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You allude to “screens,” but from what I know about Japan, porn is an enormous issue/problem there. They consume it in great tsunami waves and it is of the vilest and strangest kinds. So, they are not quite “post-erotic” unless one means the word only in its higher senses. Some form of desire is still there, they just channel it elsewhere.
Beyond this, so long as it remains verbotten to discuss feminism on the right (and everywhere else), current trends will continue.
Of course I mean porn–which is a very unerotic form of sexual release. It has to get vile because it’s harder to get aroused… Even at BIG THINK, I’m not going to write about porn in any detail.
Someone told me that we must refer to the “adult entertainment industry” since the term “pornography” seems dirty. Sorry, “socially undesirable”. But I have a question about it, about which came first. Which came first, the reluctance of women to have sex, reproduce and lose traction in a career or the massive consumption of porn? I don’t know if feminism is the same thing, since it pulls a sexual revolution along with it, theoretically cheapening sex and increasing its availability, as you say, because of readily available birth control. I don’t think it is a chicken or egg question.
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