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How the Internet has Changed Porn

by Beth Divine 28 Feb 2018
Porn has existed for a very long time, but it has not always been quite so easy to access. In previous decades, people – almost invariably men, as women were not believed to be interested in sex in the same way as men – had to order porn through dodgy mail-order companies or they had to brave the shame of going to sleazy newsagents and reaching up to the very top shelf to take down a magazine that was all wrapped up in brown paper so that no one could accidentally see and be offended by a bare breast or glistening pussy. Obviously, with the advent of videos and then DVDs, these media were embraced by porn subscription companies and, again, would be sent out in discreet, bland packaging so as not to give away the subscriber’s guilty secret. 

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And it was a guilty secret. It was broadly felt that people who needed porn had a mental problem, something like a sex addiction, and that they were too ugly to find a real life partner to satisfy their baser needs. Men whose wives found their secret stashes, boys whose mothers and fathers discovered their son’s precious collections, were all liable to be treated like criminals: untrustworthy, perverted, and liable to end up dead or a hardened felon before too long.  

For this reason, many men would create hiding spaces outside of their homes for their porn, leaving them wrapped up in waterproof coverings in a place handy for them, but out of reach of prying cleaners, mothers or wives. There was, for a few years, almost a tradition for young boys to discover these stashes and thus get their first furtive glimpses of female flesh, glimpses they shared with their brothers and friends, an entire network of boys and men sharing the same magazines and pictures, all unknowingly.  

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Postal laws, especially in the US and other puritanical places, made it difficult for people to access porn too. Obscenity laws were brought into play purely to stem the free flow of porn, sex toys, and a number of other items that brought a little bit of joy into the lives of hardworking men who just fancied a little something extra in their wank bank. 

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Now, of course, the internet is a friend to the lonely and horny, enabling us to access fleshly delights from almost anywhere in the world, as long as we have a data connection. A man (or woman!) can sit in Paris and watch an American couple getting it on, an Albanian can vicariously enjoy the delights of Canadian fucking and so on. And all from the privacy of our own homes! We can even hide our digital identity if we want to, and it is almost always possible to find the precise porn that we want to watch right then.  

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The proliferation of porn on the Internet has even given us Rule 34 which states ‘if it exists, there is porn of it’! Think for a moment of  those people thirty, forty and fifty years ago who had to fight for their porn and who were only permitted a few stolen moments with their favourites – then lie back, pick your favourite VR clip and escape into a better place for a little while.