Activist Says Porn Helps Men And is Unrelated to Sex Crimes

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Korea’s one and only Male Rights group ‘Man of Korea‘ has made its mission clear: to speak out against the discrimination men face in Korean society. Outspoken male rights activist Sung Jae-gi, head of the ‘Man of Korea’ group, is seen by many (males) as a bit of a god send in Korea.

Speaking at a recent debate in Seoul entitled ‘How Should We Regulate Child Pornography’, Sung has become an overnight hero among male netizens for defending the use of online pornography and masturbation – and, most importantly, for arguing that the consumption of pornography does not implicitly encourage or inspire sexual abuse from those who use it.

The debate stems from an ongoing discussion in Korea surrounding child protection laws that are perceived by some to be infringing on mainstream pornography and introducing an unwelcome clamp-down on legal depictions of sex in the adult industry, and a confusion as to what consists of being ‘illegal.’

Copies of one particular segment of his speech at the debate have been circulating on YouTube, with nearly a million views collectively over the last few days. One such copy, and a transcript, is below.

From the Herald Economy:

‘Man of Korea’ representative Sung Jae-gi heats up the ‘Youth Protection Law’ debate at the National Assembly

Sun Jae-gi, representative of Male Solidarity [aka ‘Man of Korea’ – a male rights group] had a heated debate at the National Assembly over the Youth Sex Protection Law (Youth Protection Law). The debate was broadcast live over the Internet, and the recording spread like wild-fire on websites such as UCC and other Internet communities.

On the 12th of this month, Rep. Choi Min-hee of the Democratic United Party hosted a debate entitled ‘How Should We Regulate Child Pornography?’ at the National Assembly building in Yeouido.

But on that day, it was the comments made by Man of Korea’s Sun Jae-gi that created the biggest issue. Sung Jae-gi, who strongly opposes the ‘Youth Protection Law’ and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, passionately expressed his opinion on the law.

Sung proclaimed ‘Who are those crazy beings who oppose the protection of children and teens against sex crimes?’ and ‘The problem is the Burberry men [ie flashers]. We should catch them, and not just make them not wear Burberry trench coats.’

He retorted that ‘Just 20 years ago, women would go to the pharmacy and hide their sanitary pads in newspaper and buy them as if they were drugs. But 20 years later, women’s sanitary pads are in your face, and they even have a menstruation festival’ and ‘Had men not acknowledged and understood femininity, do you think this would have been possible?’

He criticised the Ministry of Gender Equality by saying ‘For those people who don’t even understand the mechanisms of the male sex, what Youth Sex Protection Law do you want? What law do you want be made?’

Most netizens agreed that Sung Jae-gi’s debate over the Youth Protection Law deserved a medal. Netizens reacted by saying ‘I feel refreshed after watching this. What an overwhelming victory,’ ‘I am sympathetic with you that making people not wear Burberry coats is not a solution to stopping flashers. The lawmakers that make these crappy laws should all listen very closely.

On the other hand, there were also netizens who criticized him by saying ‘he took one step too far by sarcastically talking about the menstruation festival. He asserted that ‘The debate was not supposed to talk about whether to abolish the Youth Protection Law; its purpose was to raise awareness of the issues surrounding ‘Article 2 Clause 5 of the Youth Protection Law that stipulates pornography that ‘may be interpreted as depicting children.’

After the debate, Sun Jae-gi shared his thoughts: ‘The debate went well. I listened to many opinions, and equally contributed,’ and ‘I expect a positive change in direction.’

From YouTube:

Transcript of video:

Who are those crazy beings who oppose the protection of children and teens against sex crimes?

Of course our priority is to protect kids and teens against sexual offences.

But the problem is the Burberry men [read: flashers]. We should catch them, and not just make them not wear Burberry trench coats.

Have any of you watched porn before? Have you watched porn to masturbate?

Yes or no? But let me ask you one thing: is your goal to protect children and teenager from sexual offences?

Or is it to suppress every man’s sexual desire and control his guilt?

If the latter part to my question isn’t clear enough, please let me elaborate.

Take the Youth Protection Law. It was flawed from its very foundation.

Is animated porn the cause of sex crimes because it amplifies a man’s sex drive?

You shouldn’t say such ignorant things.

This nation doesn’t even recognise a girl exposing her flesh as a reason for a man’s sexual impulse.

Female exposure is not the cause of one’s sex drive, and is not the cause of sex offences, and yet animated porn becomes the cause of a man’s sex crimes?

Please stop making such bullshit claims!

I don’t know about other men, but isn’t this nonsense?

I too watch porn!!! And you know why?

Because it’s porn! It’s a means for a man to ease his sex drive, relieve himself, and excrete his load.

So because porn amplifies a man’s sex drive, this makes him go outside, find a new victim and commit a new sex crime?

Please stop romanticising the whole thing!

So what, after watching porn, men turn off their computers, go outside and wander around to find a target to sexually assault?

If it’s really a problem, I’d rather see a ban on alcohol and cigarettes. And you ask me why?

Because you are altogether dismissing the freedom of expression found in our constitution.

So, if porn is creating a social problem for our children and teenagers, then it’s obvious we should be catching those making tapes, right?

We should of course preserve the life sentence!

And the death penalty too!

But if we want to catch out all the Burberry men out there, we shouldn’t be telling every male with a Burberry jacket not to wear it.

I talk to you all as a representative from Male Solidarity [aka the ‘Man of Korea’]

To those people who forcibly lug others and to those who forcibly go in favor of not amending the Youth Protection Law,

I will make sure they assume responsibility ‘til the very end.

Comments from Naver:

gosu****:

Like he said, men are trying to understand females’ point of view, as we can see from ‘Menstruation leave’; on the other hand, women don’t even try to understand men. Some Feminist bitches says two years of conscription doesn’t constitute as work experience while abolishing the extra credit system. Let them work 24/7 for 100,000 won [about 100USD] a month and see if they’ll still stick to those rubbish claims! Their views on the Youth Protection Law are ridiculous as well. What those who work for the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family say is sheer absurdity; they don’t even watch porn for crying out loud! What? Watching porn make men susceptible to act on their sexual impulses?! Would you feel tempted to shoot and kill people after watching action films??

79he****:

God I feel fucking good watching this video. I guess his parents gave the name ‘Sung Jae-gi’ for this particular purpose. [In Korean, ‘Sung’ means ‘sex, sexuality’ and ‘Sung-gi’ means sexual organs.]

skyf****:

The Menstrual Festival really does exist. ke ke Why are some of you saying it’s over-the-top? ke ke

povl****:

I didn’t seen this coming, the day when Sung Jae-gi becomes the hope of all men.

edis****:

I thought he was a bit ridiculous, but I’m surprised to see him talking nice and logical. The Child Protection Law clearly need some revisions, and voters are inclined to go in that direction as well. Lawmakers ought to bear this in mind.

jinb****:

I thought he’d reveal the illegal part of the law with some anecdotes…I didn’t expect he’d directly counter the law like this..

kall****:

Those feminists are writing a novel; to arrest sex predators, start messing with porn fans. They see 99% of Korean males who’ve seen pornos as potential sex offenders, is it okay for females to watch porn then? This is the level of gender equality they’re claiming ke ke You want equality? Then don’t expect us men to take care of you. There’s nothing wrong with what Mr Sung said.

ellu****:

Downloading porn cartoons would make us sex offenders against children, would it?

jeon****:

It should be absolutely illegal to film porn with small kids, but filming adults in school uniforms shouldn’t come under the Youth Protection Law.

qorr****:

If this law takes effect, I’m leaving South Korea.

nowu****:

Isn’t murder worse than rape? Next time, they’ll abolish films and soap dramas that depict murder cases.

isav****:

Sung Jae-gi.. I like him more and more…

ehfw****:

Do you know why the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family gets criticised so much? Because they only come up with socially unrealistic laws that are barely justifiable.

anth****:

Wow Sung Jae-gi, bro! I admire him..

kiwo****:

Watching porn doesn’t equate to a sex crime. Who’d want to rape kids or women while watching porno? A few people with mental disorders. Porn is porn, they’re just videos satisfying sexual fantasy, and that’s all.

godq****:

Man of Korea ought to become a government agency, just like the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. Descent nations would never only protect femininity; that’s not what advanced nations would do. Who’d take responsibility of the future of Korea, where masculinity is suppressed? You might as well make a law on banning giving birth to male babies.

ros0****:

Jae-gi, you’re the best! Send him to the National Assembly! Let’s support him!

dehl****:

Isn’t the woman in the video trying to convince us with ridiculous logic, Choi Min-hee, [the same woman who] ignorantly said we should arrest whoever watches whatever cops regard as child porn?

dehl****:

They want to ban prostitution businesses, porn, and websites and customs that are deemed inappropriate to them. What is this, a convent nation? Have we dedicated this nation to god? ke ke Which one sounds more effective, letting people occasionally relieve sexual desire or banning everything deemed sexual so that some of them are pushed to the limit and commit sex crimes?

skyt****:

What the hell is the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family doing? Stop sucking my tax money and dismiss yourselves immediately! Sex crimes happen endlessly even when you’re making shitty claims on ‘sexually suggestive’ objects. Stop wasting taxpayers’ money on such useless matters and start reinforcing civil safety! Your stupid claims on ‘sexually suggestive’ objects have made me see sex organs everywhere. BTW, ladies, if you’re to keep asking for gender equality, please stop acting hysterical when you’re on period. Your menstrual pain puts a strain on the nerves of men for a week!!

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  • Kate

    Well I completely understand why they’d be upset if it seemed the government was using one law that is for a good cause as an excuse to overstep boundaries to regulate more of what the citizens can view…although male rights? Korea is an already highly male dominated country, men have far more power in korea…….how about some women rights? Like to be able to keep their job with actual paid maternity leave without being bullied into leaving or askdd to resign before the baby? Or how about more family friendly work policies like bosses not requiring employees to go get shit faced leaving their wives and children at home, wondering when dad will be home before they go to bed? And menustration day is so incredibly sexist……yeah some women suffer horrible, painful pms and cramps but the majority do not and menustration does not even remotely affect quality of work….its offensive they think women need a day off for it, why not go ahead and give women a day off for choclate cravings or headaches? And not one woman I worked with ever took that day off…they’d be fired if they did.

    Korea needs more family friendly work environments for men and women, not men vs. Women, that’s so stupid, men and women should be listening to each other and trying to improve society collectively.

    • lonetrey / Dan

      I suppose an outsider like me who hasn’t read into the status of South Korean society would see this as a situation where people are trying to make a right by using two lefts/wrongs

      • G$

        I’m not as familiar with Korea, but since they’re at least culturally similar to the Chinese, I can say that may well be a modus operandi of Asians. Easy example: The US decides to implement a steeper than usual $130 USD visa cost for Chinese to try to dissuade them from coming in droves. End result? Chinese visas for everyone not from the US? $30. For US citizens? $130 USD. They don’t get the eye for an eye leaves as all blind taught to them as kids.

        • lonetrey / Dan

          Ah! I heard about that too. My Taiwanese relatives as well as my parents were talking about it. I probably will travel to China a whole lot less because of it. I was actually planning to spend shitloads of money there, but the jokes on them I suppose. Instead, I’ll shop in Taiwan instead… same products anyways, right?

          China doesn’t get it. I see it as, when Chinese people come to America, they benefit and flourish/prosper. When Americans go to China, they’re usually there for fun. Not too bright, China Government.

    • dim mak

      I dunno, feminists everywhere sound like they’re intent on woman vs man, even if they deny it when asked

      • ggoma

        Not every feminist. Just ones that are misinformed about what feminism is about. There are many different waves of feminism. Some of them are almost in opposition. There are many theories, but not every feminist hates men.

    • Ray

      Yea Korea needs more gender equal work environments. But even though it is male dominated, it doesn’t mean that male rights should not be kept. I say if theres an issue with certain laws or policies that infringe upon the rights of the citizens, then people should act upon those issues.

      I feel like the other gender’s rights shouldn’t be mentioned whenever theres a discussion like this, the moment someone says something like “But they got this or they got that” then it quickly becomes a Men Vs Women rights and all those extremist whether female or male will duke it out..

    • G$

      From my time living and dating in Asia it seems much more commonplace for Asian women, on average to have much more painful, sometimes debilitating you lie in bed with a heat pad and don’t do anything all day, menstruations. Granted I’ve never been to Korea, but I’m presuming it’s similar to China and Taiwan. As to the women’s rights comments, I am reminded of the article on japan crush that came out and pointed out how Japan was incredibly low on the gender equality list published, Korea was as well. The comments actually had valid points, these lists come out and they’re based on Western cultural values and thus seen through that lens which tries to equate all races and peoples as the same. So I just would suggest keep in mind as Westerners 1) we are inherently biased towards a perspective 2) It’s not our country nor our culture, nothing we say is gonna change it :/

      • ggoma

        Actually most Asian girls just don’t take pain medication on their periods, that’s why they seem more painful.

        But the really funny thing is that usually Asian women have less regular periods due to their low body fat and so I wonder if they just take off even if they don’t have their period. :)

        I assume that the whole Menstruation thing is just a move for women’s rights. It was probably easier to get Menstruation leave than to force companies to not fire pregnant or married women, etc. So it was probably more of a first step and trying to break through the barrier rather than anything really necessary.

        I’d much rather Korean women be treated equally in the workplace. Even women who have higher education are told to make coffee and crap. How is that treating women with respect? Even if it’s based on Korean culture, that doesn’t make it right. I don’t think access to healthcare, equal pay, etc are based on “Western values” but simply basic values that all countries strive for.

        European or Western cultures too have come a long way in women’s rights only recently and there is still room to grow. Of course Korea doesn’t have to follow the same steps nor do they have to go about that in the same manner but that doesn’t mean that women shouldn’t be allowed to move past the glass ceiling, to get maternity leave, to be able to work after raising kids, to get fair pay when they have the same education and position, etc. Those things are basic rights, in my opinion.

        This has little to do with porn however. He really had no reason to talk about menstruation at all considering it has nothing to do with the subject at hand and is just a dig at women that does nothing more than do the same thing the women he is complaining about.

        I agree the MOGEF is a joke and they need to be dissolved or reorganized. They do little to actually help and do more to push their own agendas. Porn is only harmful if one is addicted. It’s not evil by itself. Men who are going to commit sexual crimes will commit them whether they watch porn or not, so it does absolutely nothing to solve anything (minus blocking ACTUAL child porn which I wholeheartedly agree with). The sweeping actions though are not going to want men to come to the table and help create reform for women in Korea though and is just going to push them further away and give the radicals more fuel to spread their sexist venom over the internet.

      • Yesway

        “nothing we say is gonna change it :/”

        This is a website about Korea, so people can talk about all aspects of Korean life, including gender discrimination. But when this topic comes up, some western guys suddenly say it’s a cultural thing and talking about it makes no sense. This while often happily bashing all other aspects of the same culture (not saying YOU do this, but I’ve seen it often enough).

        And about cultural differences: China actually scores a lot higher than South Korea on that list. They can apparently do a lot better on this ‘western cultural values’ list. Hmmmm.

    • HaakonKL

      So what?
      Even if Korea as a whole is biased against women, does that mean that men’s specific complaints are worthless?

      Of course not.

      I think KoreaBang has posted several items that annoy the shit out of men. That there’s no paid maternity leave and that women are pressured out of the work place is retarded. But do guys even have a theoretical paternity leave?

      Just asking.

  • holdingrabbits

    The straw man argument of “They should ban soap operas and action movies because they encourage murder” falls flat. A more accurate statement would be “They should ban ‘Faces of Death’ because it encourages murder,” and I’d agree. If you’ve ever known someone who watches lots of porn, they get weird eventually. They no longer realize what is an acceptable topic of conversation and their relationships with the opposite gender tend to suffer dramatically by comparison to normal people. Does this make them criminals? No, but it does seem that porn has the ability to warp someone by turning sex into a self-gratification exercise which objectifies women as a means to an orgasm.

    • Akhemu

      There are many kinds of porn, for example the erotic novel, popular among women, they too objectifies men and women as a mean to an orgasm. Men requires visual aid while women prefer to read and fantasize. If they restrict it, people will want it even more. Whereas if its not, like that article in japanCrush about youth losing interest in sex, because porn are accessible anywhere, even deviant porn (tentacle etc) becomes boring to them. They are no longer curious about it.

      • jon775

        Most porn actually don’t objectify anyone. But there is some porn that portray the woman as merely an object to please the man, but it’s pretty rare these days.

        • dk2020

          have you seen some of the rape/bukkake/s&m porn coming out of japan? i think it’s pretty misogynistic and objectifying .. but hey most porn is being from a male sexual fantasy perspective..

        • holdingrabbits

          I don’t know what you mean exactly. I’m not going to sit here and say I’ve never watched porn (any male with an internet connection who says he hasn’t is lying), but it seems pretty objectifying most of the time. Of course, the women are being paid to be objectified so that’s the classic argument against objectification. But I agree with dk2020. If tentacle rape and bukkake stuff isn’t objectifying, then I need to consult a dictionary! I think the problem is that it tends to desensitize someone to real world stimuli and to real world norms. Not only is it objectifying women, but it is also destroying the sexual experience for men as well through on demand sexual satisfaction that doesn’t have to be worked for.

          • jon775

            Objectification means that a human is no longer treated as a human, but an object for someone else’s pleasures or needs. Bukkake isn’t really objectifying if the woman likes it. Rape is of course objectification since the man probably don’t give a damn about the woman’s feelings. But as long as the person’s feelings are being considered it isn’t objectification.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_G3BZRN6Q65NGIJXTBN5HZVKLEU Jahah Hahfd

            where does it say it isn’t objectification “unless the woman likes it”
            Anybody can be falsely tricked into doing something. It’s called brainwashing.

    • Ray

      I have never heard of people that watch alot of porn develop awkward social tendencies, however I have heard of people that have awkward social tendencies that watch alot of porn. BUT I personally don’t have any proof of any correlation between the two.

      The first thing that pops up on the mind of a straight guy when they think of sex should be women… right? I’m not sure how many “means” you can have to an orgasm but I say that women should be pretty high up in that list. But I don’t see how that “objectifies” women in anyway because thinking about women when thinking about sex is different to thinking about ONLY sex when you think about women.

      • holdingrabbits

        That could be so as well. It’s just my personal experience and it’s not universal. When I talk about objectifying women as a means to orgasm, I mean that women lose value to a man who objectifies them. If they are viewed as a vehicle to orgasm (and nothing else) then women are no longer viable human beings capable of a range of emotions other than “bitch” or “slut.” I think that when one becomes obsessed with a fantasized version of women (who are all about satisfying you) then I think it not only makes the real world a disappointment, but it also misses the point of sex which is not a totally selfish act in any normal healthy relationship.

        • Guest

          LOL okay Dr. Phil .. Chobos are like that in the first place because they can’t get a girlfriends .. thats why they need the porn and the hoes ..

          • holdingrabbits

            Too bad I saw this before you changed your name to “guest.”

          • dk2020

            can’t delete and i didn’t feel like picking on you today :) here’s some more gangnam style since I know you love the song so much .. when are YOU going to drop an album little homie? ..
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJ1WU0x9pBw

          • holdingrabbits

            Fair enough!

    • jon775

      It’s not a straw man but a false analogy wrapped in a slippery slope argument.

    • dcayman

      I think excessive posting on internet boards makes you weird eventually. After awhile you no longer realize what is an acceptable topic of conversation and your relationships with everyone tends to suffer dramatically compared to normal people. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

      • holdingrabbits

        I have 4 hours of nothing to do every day and I’m not even the #1 commenter on the site.^^

    • http://asianhotness-anonymous187.blogspot.com/ anonymous187

      I have to say I agree, I dealt with something similar at a job I once had for 9 years. The guys were all sexually active and watched plenty of porn. How do I know because they talked every shift about it in great explicit detail. As if they felt it made them more of a man to tell anyone and everyone about the intimate details of their porn watching or sex life. It does warp the mind and how these men interact with guys like me who don’t watch porn. They find out very quickly that you don’t watch porn when you have nothing to say on the subject. I’m a serious christian (well most of the time, we all sin) and I just don’t think porn watching is right. I have never been into it, even if I was I would never talk about it so openly in public, it’s just not right. I do agree with Sun Jae-gi that masturbation relieves sexual frustration in my opinion. I knew people who watched plenty of porn, some married but none of them rapist. Koreans according to statistics spend a lot on porn every year, hell all Asians do. That’s plenty of supposed potential sex offenders. I have seen hentai, Kpop and the adult comics. I do have to say it goes to far often with the comics and hentai, with the sex acts depicted. However they are not real people and to me only a really weak mind would look at these cartoons and then want to go out reenacting what they watched. Kpop is very suggestive at times, the women wearing very revealing barely there tight outfits. However yet again as subliminally suggestive as Kpop is with songs like “Troublemaker” and it’s dances I don’t see that making a man a rapist. The guy might want to jerk off after watching the latest girl group perform but rape someone I don’t think so.

  • x1sfg

    This is all smoke and mirrors and will go away in a few weeks.

    I do not see the connection between pornography and sexual crimes, like someone said, a strawman argument. As for sexual crimes against children including child pornography, I’m all for a bullet to the head, after making him pay for the bullet

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_G3BZRN6Q65NGIJXTBN5HZVKLEU Jahah Hahfd

      you don’t see a connection between pornography and sexual crimes? then you must be a dumbass. PORNOGRAPHY DESTROYS MORALITY AND THE DESTRUCTION OF MORALITY LEADS TO SEXUAL CRIMES. you are a moron.

  • Yu Bum Suk

    Since there’s no realistic way to ban porn on the Internet and they can’t charge 50% (or more – there are females who watch porn, too) of the population why are they even having this debate? Use the resources to go after actual people who are actually abusing actual children.

  • muffy

    Wow Sung Jae-gi is king! What a sensible argument. The elections
    are coming up this year, I wish he was up for election. The whole
    concept of not being allowed to watch porn is ridiculous and old
    fashion. Sung Jae-gi for president!

  • dim mak

    How common is porn in korea anyway?
    Even feminists support porn in the west now, lighten up guys

  • Paul M

    I don’t know about men’s rights. It seems to me men have enough privileges and sense of entitlement in Korea as it is. But Sung Jae-gi hit the nail on the head with the Burberry coat analogy. Are these regulations more about controlling what they want people not to watch and less about actually catching and prosecuting criminals.

  • Akhemu

    its a physiological needs because sex does not come easily to many and most organism needs it. Maslow did mention it in his hierarchy of needs. Its a very basic needs. The one that does sexual crime are usually the one that were restricted from sex. The frustration and desire were too much they just have to do it to be free of their disturbance. Once porn is ban, others that insinuate pornography such as novels or movies will also be restricted. Including Kpop boy/girl group. As for child pornography it is inexcusable. No child porn. There are no such things as children wanting consensual sex, they are often trick into it because they have no idea what it is all about. Most of these kids are from poor countries or the one from troubled family or society

    • HaakonKL

      True, the creation of child pornography is vile, because it hurts children.

      Full stop. We all agree that hurting children is bad.

      However, if someone makes a child porn cartoon, should she be punished?

      How about someone who watches a child porn cartoon?

      Nobody got hurt, so how do you defend harming them?

      What about porn featuring women in say, school uniforms?

      Or what about actual child pornography, just viewing that?

      Where exactly is the harm?

      We can stand around and agree that it’s disgusting and reprehensible all day, but it doesn’t change the very basic fact that it doesn’t actually harm anyone.

      And the notion of punishing things we find disgusting doesn’t sit well with me. We should definitively punish the sick disgusting fucks who make child pornography, the real thing, with children. Sure. I’m very okay with that. But everything else? I don’t know.

      • Akhemu

        yeah these are good point you made, its the same with murder in video games. Lets see if anyone have anything to say, im in conflicted opinion, even though i strongly say no but this is not what you are looking for. So we’ll wait and see, I too am curious to see how anyone will respond to this.

      • tinlei

        HaakonKL, you are so contradicting yourself here.

        By asking the question” What about actual pornography, just viewing that? ” Where exactly is the harm? Then you went on to stat that “We should definitively punish the sick disgusting fucks who make child
        pornography, the real thing, with children. Sure. I’m very okay with
        that. But everything else? I don’t know.

        The contradiction come here: The mere fact that you are watching the child pornography insist that you condone and suppose the cause because it brings you joy. So the men a according to you “Sick disgusting fucks who make child pornography. confirms this is good, He/she thinks they are not hurting any one because he or she is getting loads of support from you all.

        Therefore they will keep bringing it because child pornography watchers will want more and new faces. That’s the hurt cause it takes children to make these porn. If your watching child pornography and jerking off to it shows your support in the hurting of these children.

        Another thing before I leave. Sex is suppose to be between adults, who put away childish things. Why is it that you want to see an adult woman in a school girl uniform? Does one claim their desire is to sleep with a school girl? It means that ones mind is screwed up!

        If you claim pornography is for adults then let it be just that FOR ADULTS. Leave the children and children things out of it.

        • HaakonKL

          No, I’m not.
          Watching child pornography does not harm anyone.
          Asking for more and new child pornography is not the same as watching it.
          And your implication that I watch child pornography is completely uncalled for. Seriously.

  • dk2020

    is there even a korean porn industry? i thought it was all imported from japan and elsewhere ..

    • jon775

      Well, yes and no. It’s not very professional.. but there are a few Korean porn movies and also a lot of cam girls. Also, some Korean girls go to Japan to do porn. These are mostly prostitutes as far as I understand.

  • dk2020

    Women of color are paid half to three quarters of what white actresses tend to make .. they get screwed twice ..

    “[People] never want to discuss the unfair treatment of dancers, models, escorts, directors, and all others who work in the sex industry who get less pay and expected to perform more extreme acts because of the color of their skin.”

    http://colorlines.com/archives/2012/11/porn_stars_of_color_face_racial_inequality_and_wage_gap_too.html

    • HaakonKL

      The still get paid more than the men then. :)

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_G3BZRN6Q65NGIJXTBN5HZVKLEU Jahah Hahfd

    What the fuck. How is he a god send to male Koreans for defending pornography? This man is a sick pedophile who probably has Japanese rape seed in him.
    NO KOREAN MALE IS AN ADVOCATE OF PORNOGRAPHY. PERIOD. I DON’T CARE WHAT THE MEDIA IS SAYING BECAUSE THE MEDIA IS BIASED AND ONLY CARES ABOUT DEGRADING SOCIETY.

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