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Where you should NOT watch porn

by Beth Divine 21 Jan 2019

Obviously, there are places that you should not watch porn. These include anywhere near children, especially if you are an adult (but even if you are legally a child yourself!). Of course, anyone who pulls their car over to have a sneaky wank may not be aware that they are near a school if it is behind a high wall, or a hedge, and they may find themselves with serious questions to answer if they are spotted by the super alert teachers and grounds keepers whose job includes a basic duty of care to their charges which includes protecting them from both sexual predation and unwanted exposure to adult content. Teachers themselves – presumably happy healthy adults with a normal libido – will also be very careful not to let slip any information or content about their own predilections, mainly to save their blushes from the insatiable curiosity of children, but also to safeguard their own careers. Anyone caught watching porn on school grounds could confidently expect to be unemployed in the educational field for many years to come if not forever.

In fact, anyone who watches porn at work could find themselves, in Scrooge’s words, suddenly unemployed. Most businesses have a porn ban included in the wording of the employee handbook, not only because they want your mind to be on the work they are paying you to do, but also because hackers love to attach trojans, viruses and worms onto popular porn clips, certain that they will be given easy access to many pieces of data.

Watching porn in public can be exciting, and may even be one of your fetishes, but do be careful about where you watch and who might observe your screen and/ or your responses to what you are watching. There was a recent vine of an elderly man, sitting in church on a Sunday, next to his wife – watching porn on his smartphone, oblivious to the fact that the person behind him could not only see his screen but they were recording it and him, ready to upload his private shame to very public social media – where it was found to be hilariously hypocritical…

Starbucks has always had a blanket ban on porn being accessed through their free for customers Wi-Fi, but they have recently announced a stepping up of this – rather than passively asking that customers do not access adult content, they are actively blocking these sites as their IP addresses register. It is almost certain that pretty soon, accessing porn in a Starbucks is going to be a thing of the past. Porn is legal – but perhaps keep it to the home in the future, just to be safe?