This comment was by Tom Brechlin on the post “It’s not just porn, kids also see adult material easily through movie trailers, video games, TV channels, etc.”
I like the good old days when a guy would find a Playboy magazine and we’d sneak into the garage and ogle. It was more then just looking at naked women, it was the idea we were doing something sneaky. To us, we were taking a big risk if we were caught.
One of my brothers dated a Playboy Bunny…I think it was her that made me a “leg” man. Out of uniform, she had NO BOOBS!!!! But her legs literally turned heads when she walked down the street.
I like the idea of leaving things to kids imagination. It’s like working in an ice cream shop, you’re around 50 flavors all the time and as cool as it looked at the beginning, it gets pretty mundane and ho-hum.
Like a lot of the old movies, ya didn’t have to see the entire boob to get the idea what they were. Take a look at some of the movies with frontal nudity or any nudity for that matter. Take out the parts where they get hot and heavy, would it make the movie less interesting? My wife and I watched the movie “Flight”…I think that was the name. It started out with a nude scene. Not sure what it had to do with the content of the movie to show a women parading around naked. Great movie with a great message but with the nude scenes, eliminated a lot of patrons who would have enjoyed the movie.
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