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How the American Library Association Created a New Porn Craze

Making porn in the library. Warning: graphic language, but images have been censored.

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Megan Fox

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March 31, 2014 - 4:00 pm
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While researching how public libraries became a popular spot for weirdos to go and watch porn (especially child porn) on free, untraceable WiFi, I discovered something truly hideous. There is an entire community out there who film themselves masturbating in libraries (usually while watching porn on publicly funded WiFi) and then upload these videos to porn sites. People are making porn in public libraries.

Don’t take my word for it; go to any porn site and type in “library” in the search function (preferably on your own WiFi at home where there are no children present). But I warn you, it’s gag-inducing. But even so, I do believe it’s important to know what’s potentially lurking at your public library.

The American Library Association is to blame for this. They have adopted such a radical position against censorship of any kind (unless it’s censorship of the Second Amendment) that they actively promote porn watching in public libraries that leads to the making of pornography on publicly funded WiFi. The ALA has been voted consistently on the list of the Dirty Dozen, twelve organizations that are the biggest purveyors of porn in America as compiled by PornHarms.com.

There are those of you out there who will say the ALA is not actively pushing porn and that it is a side effect of freedom. You’re wrong. Judith Krug, the person solely responsible for the ALA’s pro-porn position, didn’t even want to censor bestiality! (These are the same librarians who censor conservative books and websites like White Girl Bleed A Lot, btw.) Krug was not afraid to voice her thoughts on “censorship.”

Blocking material leads to censorship. That goes for pornography and bestiality, too. If you don’t like it, don’t look at it…. Every time I hear someone say, I want to protect the children, I want to pull my hair out.

Parents who would tell their children not to read Playboy don’t really care about their kids growing up and learning to think and explore. (9/18/95 Citizen, quoting Judith Krug)

Because protecting children is so 1950s. Grow up, kids! Seeing a little goat sex or a creep fondling himself while staring at you won’t hurt you. And if it does, it’s your parents’ problem, not publicly paid employees who are supposed to be seeing to the general welfare.

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Because the screenshot on page 2 is actually 10 seconds into the 54 second video. In the interests of those who want to go searching for the original content to decide for themselves.:

www.-----.com/watch.php?v=6KOmq-J577-

You'll have to replace the dashes with the appropriate website name. I'm not going to put a direct link to xtube (hint) videos here.

Because over half of the video's comments, (and both of the top rated) were vehemently against damaging the book, I retain some hope for our society. I applaud our columnist in her diligent work in watching these videos to get us quality porn.

BEFORE YOU VIEW THE VIDEO: Be aware that watching the above video is going to put cookies on your PC that will tell the world that you like watching gay porn featuring young boys solo. (the tags "young" and "boy" are on the video's page, as well as other words I don't want PJ media remembering I use.)

And I can now add "Unpaid Gay Porn Reviewer for PJMedia" to my resume.
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
Didn't the ALA also allow the checkout of really disgusting music videos such as "As Nasty As They Gonna Be" by 2 Live Crew under similar arguments? I think this was way back in 1996. I heard the ALA's influences in these decisions were Voltaire, John Stewart Mill, Frederick Nietzsche, and Jean-Paul Sartre, all four of whom are radical atheists, and the last two are also severe nihilists, and I even heard the ACLU had a hand in the current running of the ALA. http://www.eagleforum.org/educate/1996/feb96/focus.html
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
Here's a radical question, and of course, this will be seen as heresy by my fellow bibliophiles:

Why do we even need libraries these days?

33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
People always talk about how TV and Movies, heck, Video Games even, are somehow bad influences on children. Well, how exactly are books any different either? I know one particular book, 120 Nights of Sodom by Marquis de Sade (yes, the same Sade who became the namesake of "Sadism.") actually had the Jacobins replicating poses from that book from fresh guillotine victims, and that's not even getting into Rousseau, Voltaire, and Diderot's impacts on the French Revolution via their mad writings.
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
Libraries serve a major role in education for children. I agree with you that for adults there isn't much use because of technology but it is a big money saver if you are careful about late fees. However, children are so tactile, they rely on hands-on learning and libraries provide that wonderfully. Most children's areas are full of fun things to touch and see and feel and for my kids, the library has always been one of their favorite places. I think it's a shame that the ALA has preferred perverts over making a safe place for children to learn especially when you read that it is mothers with young children who are keeping libraries in business (not porn-addicted weirdos.) http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-05-15/news/ct-x-0515-moms-love-libraries-20130515_1_library-card-nichols-library-library-websites
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
There is a time and a place for most things. The library is not the place for pornography. We all know what it is used for, so we should not be suprised by the behavior of those patrons who view it within the walls of the library. To disallow pornography in that setting would seem to be common sense.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
I'm all for porn videos, but not in public libraries.

I like romance novels in libraries, which read like (slightly less unrealistic & grammatically correct) penthouse forum letters. While those are also porn, they teach reading skills to those few adolescent boys lucky enough to discover them.
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
According to the ALA and the spokesperson at Orland Park Library, they might be using it for "research" or for "intellectual" pursuits. Who are we to say otherwise? It's truly ABSURD.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
Well, to be fair, YOU were watching porn videos (guaranteed at least one) and I'm guessing you claimed it was research for an article.

These other guys are just unpublished columnists. :P
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
True. I had forgotten they teach porn in colleges now.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
Yes, that psycho 'prof' at UCSB who roughed up a peaceful anti-abortion girl student actually does 'research' on pr0n.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
Mustering the greatest possible sympathy for the ALA, one could admit that they see their mission as delivering the maximum amount of (a precise word seems to be lacking here) data to needy patrons. Hence they refuse to block pornography.

However, to the extent that parents learn of the ready availability of pornography, and the accompanying activities, in libraries, and therefore keep their children out of the libraries, the the ALA will fail in its mission.

33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
Oooooooooo, you have a good point. A very, very insightful point.
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
Perhaps I'm old fashioned but I hold that libraries are for books. If I had my way, I'd remove the computers and videos. Go home and use your own computer or download the video of your choice! Books are precious. Let's protect this heritage. Let's encouraging reading something substantial and weighty.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
Not really. Books are just as dangerous as videos and computers. Just ask the guillotine victims of the French Revolution after they were placed in poses mirroring those in 120 Nights of Sodom.
32 weeks ago
32 weeks ago Link To Comment
In the palm of your hand you can hold every favorite song you ever heard, more books than you can remember reading, more information than we can know how to use.

The Library was always a guide. Different media today, but people need guides. The library is not meant as a museum.

So why reject this amazing technology?

When I was a kid the library was really important. Sometimes I would just show up and be bored and the librarian would suggest something.

There were girls and boys, we acted like adolescents anywhere do, it was a nice place to get together after school

Things are different now I suppose but still the same.

33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
is it a rejection of amazing technology to simply say "no graphic sexual material?" Boundaries in society are important to preserve civility. Clearly, stronger boundaries are needed in public libraries.
33 weeks ago
33 weeks ago Link To Comment
I use both a Kindle and Nook. That's not the point. Libraries are simply for people to pool books (real or virtual) instead of paying the full purchase price. There's no need to provide what's already free: the internet, or what can be rented (videos, downloads, etc.) Even newspapers are online; one can stay home and read them.

A library helps reduce the cost of reading a book and gives one access to a large selection. Perhaps we should charge an entry fee. I'd gladly pay.
33 weeks ago
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This brings back not very fond memories of my undergraduate experiences at the main library at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in the late 1960s.

The stacks in the library were masturbation central for perverts when they caught an unwary coed's eye. This was before home computers. Libraries have always attracked perverts.

Where are the feminists? This is moslty an assault against women. I was even harassed by perverts outside the library on my way back to the dorms. I always called the police who did nothing.

Years later some of these "harmless" perverts turned into actual rapists on campus but I was gone by then. I still won't go near a library.

Bill Ayers was a student at U of M. at the same time but he was too busy, according to accounts, assaulting women to care.
33 weeks ago
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Well, we pay for the perverts in government, so why should we be surprised to find out we are paying for the perverts in our public libraries.
33 weeks ago
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