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Thanks, Marty for a refreshing and accurate response to the myriad of "anti-porn" articles that keep appearing. Indeed, erotica has been around for centuries. Why? Because people desire it, enjoy it. And not just men. But some people prefer to blame their problems on "things." If there's any credence to that NRA mantra,"guns don't kill people," then porn doesn't kill relationships. Some folks just refuse to exercise any self-control or moderation. Porn isn't the problem, any more than donuts cause obesity.
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