Thursday, January 31, 2013

New York Cop Possessed by Porn



A New York City police officer accused of plotting to cook and eat women began having bondage fantasies after watching Cameron Diaz in The Mask. The 28-year-old officer from New York said he saw the film during his "early adolescence". Court papers also say he discovered internet pornography in high school and was "particularly" interested in bondage websites. He moved on to "cannibalism pornography" when he found some DVDs that belonged to one of his roommates.
I never saw this film, but it goes to prove that so-called main-stream entertainment has moved into the realm of soft-core pornography; replacing the now arcane Playboy and Penthouse as the first porn experience for many young boys. Back in the 1970s, when I grew up, the hottest TV and PG movies got was showing Farrah wearing a T-shirt with no bra on Charlie's Angels, or Olivia Newton-John in a low-cut top during the finale of Grease. Although these images were far from innocent, especially the scene from Grease, which celebrates a so-called “good-girl” going slutty, they still paled in comparison to what was to come. Now, we are all living with the very real human costs: boys becoming sex-possessed serial killers. Blessedly, they stopped this man before he went on his porn-fueled rampage. Next time: Who knows? For we live in an age when the shock of porn lurks behind every commercial, including those during the Superbowl, movie, and video game.


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  1. JS, hope you are doing well. I bought a "lady of perpetual help" from ebay because of your new ebook. Are you going to do any more mary-ology soon? Give porn and gays a break for the time being please.

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    1. I will sometime, I get very emotional about the gay/porn issue, then I get it out of my system. Thank you, and God bless.

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  3. FYI violent people are prone to violence, whether they have any external stimulation or not. There isn't anything in that movie, "The Mask", that would lead a rational person to do anything even remotely close to this. I personally refuse to pay the deficit for other people who choose to lash out violently.

    BTW "The Mask" is a good movie.

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    1. As an adult, we can make these types of distinctions, in such films, between fantasy and reality. But he saw this as a child, and young males are especially vulnerable to visual imagery. For this reason, parents must preview (very time consuming, but completely necessary in our over-porn-ized world) before allowing their children to see anything. Early serial killers were turned on by the pulp-detective magazines (Bettie Page type stuff) that looks very tame today, but still holds the shock power to twist a mind.

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