Porn star wants to block kids from ‘adult’ websites…

but knows it will destroy his business

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Pronstar James Deen

LifeSiteNews Reports:”

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, California, May 9, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — The most famous male pornography star of the year admits not only that children view his “crazy stuff,” but that the porn industry would go out of business if it were truly “adults only.”

Porn star James Deen told The Atlantic that “there is an ethical dilemma in porn.” He said the easy “one click” accessibility of pornography online is hurting children and youth.

The popular 31-year-old porn star advocates for a mandatory paywall requiring legal age verification to keep kids away from online pornography.

“I’ve had conversations with business partners, the people that run … a bunch of adult websites,” Deen said. “I want all adult websites … to be behind an age-verification wall. You can’t just say, ‘Yes, I’m 18’ — you actually have to input a credit card, or something, the best you can, to create an 18-and-older environment.”

Immediately, his business partners told him it wouldn’t work. “He said – and I agree with him – ‘As a father, I agree with you 100 percent, I would love to do that. As a businessman, I will go out of business in a day.'”

Not only does Deen admit that porn website operators know children consume their “product” but that any protection keeping kids out would destroy the industry.

Christian columnist Rod Dreher of The American Conservative comments, “Here is a man who makes his living exploiting young people, enticing them to watch things that he does not want his own children to see. If this were a just and sane society, he would be out of business, or in jail.”

Deen himself not only “acts” in porn movies but runs his own online porn industry. He says his scenes do not portray intimacy but merely sex for entertainment.

“In the last 10 years, we have had more free pornography at your fingertips than ever before, to a point where people are no longer learning about sexuality,” Deen told “Dr. Drew” in another interview podcast online. “This is not an example of what sex is. This is people having sex for entertainment.”

Deen says he is particularly concerned about “sexually inexperienced porn consumers.”

“What young people see, when exposed to hard-core pornography, resembles real sex only as much as a Jackie Chan sequence resembles a real fistfight,” Deen explained. “Yet it creates the illusion of reality.”

Dr. Drew confirmed that “the average age of exposure (to pornography) now is eight or nine.”

Dreher concludes, “This society has a death wish. I wish I had some idea how it could be saved. What concerns me most of all right now is the horrifying complicity of conservative, even conservative Christian parents in the spiritual, moral, and emotional ruin of their children and of their moral ecology because they, the parents, are too damn afraid to say no, my kids will not have a smartphone, I don’t care what they and society think of me.”

“I want to make this safe for anyone who stumbles on it, but at the same time I need to compete in the business world,” Dean said. “I can’t just go out of business. And it sucks, but anyway, in order to access any real hard-core content you need to get through a paywall.”

Deen has a large teenage girl fan base dubbed “Deenagers.””

1 COMMENT

  1. Deen has also been accused by several people in the industry of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Why should we listen to him about what ‘normal sexual intimacy’ is?

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