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Re: Motherless 6 years, 6 months ago #1111

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Motherless is a double-edged sword, though admittedly sharper on one side than the other. While yes, it is (for the vast majority) a porn site, a place for cam-whores to expose themselves, etc, there are some videos that are mundane and actually entertaining, like the one of the guy beat-boxing while playing the flute, which was pretty damn awesome. Of course, for every one of those videos, there are dozens of gore (traffic accidents seemingly prevalent), bestiality (women giving blowjobs to dogs and farm animals mostly, but I also recall a guy giving a handjob to a dolphin), and lots of underage material. The underage stuff is a strange thing, because while some of it is obviously people under 18, others seem like they are over 18 but just look young. Oh, and incestual videos. Those are fairly popular. I somewhat agree with the good doctor on this one; it makes a pretty good subject for analysis (before being outright destroyed, at least).
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Re: Motherless 6 years, 6 months ago #1115

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Tylosteus wrote:
Motherless is a double-edged sword, though admittedly sharper on one side than the other. While yes, it is (for the vast majority) a porn site, a place for cam-whores to expose themselves, etc, there are some videos that are mundane and actually entertaining, like the one of the guy beat-boxing while playing the flute, which was pretty damn awesome. Of course, for every one of those videos, there are dozens of gore (traffic accidents seemingly prevalent), bestiality (women giving blowjobs to dogs and farm animals mostly, but I also recall a guy giving a handjob to a dolphin), and lots of underage material. The underage stuff is a strange thing, because while some of it is obviously people under 18, others seem like they are over 18 but just look young. Oh, and incestual videos. Those are fairly popular. I somewhat agree with the good doctor on this one; it makes a pretty good subject for analysis (before being outright destroyed, at least).


As someone at the age of 17, I don't necessarily think it should be considered bad by default that anything under the age of 18 is shown. In the US, anything under 18 is illegal, whereas in other countries and cultures it's allowed for a 12 or 13 year old girl to become married or sexually active. Even over here in the UK the age of consent is 16, not 18. My point is that just because some of the porn is under 18, it doesn't necessarily mean it's bad. The law doesn't matter, but your own personal morals do. For instance, because I'm 17 I see no quarrels with seeing naked girls of age 15+, hell I know a friend of mine the same age that went out with a 15 year old girl and had sex with her frequently. This is OK to me because it's only a small age gap, and the girls are usually fully sexually developed that point. When it starts getting into the very early teens and pre-teens, however, that isn't good. And that's my point with motherless - nude early teens and pre-teens are usually removed as far as I can tell.
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Re: Motherless 6 years, 6 months ago #1117

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This is where you get into the touchy moral ground of it all. Yes, of course, throughout history and in some countries still today, the "age of consent" is low or non-existent, and while I agree that a small degree of ... I don't really have a word for it, so I'll just say "sexual exploration" in the later-teen years is healthy, that a person should not have real sexual relations until they are fully able to cope with all aspects of sex. At its core, the purpose of sex is to reproduce offspring for the next generation. As far as health concerns, diseases and infections can be spread/developed with increased sexual activity. Sex is used for power and to control other people, either outright or subliminally. Until a person is mature enough to handle these aspects, I don't believe they should be having sex.

This is where things get tricky. Some people mature faster than others, physically, mentally, and emotionally. A girl's body might be physically capable of bearing children when she is 13, but is she emotionally ready for the hormonal fluxes that happen during pregnancy and after childbirth? Is she financially stable enough to support a child? More than likely not. A boy can produce sperm as early as 9 or 10, but is he ready to become a father? How would the child's future be impacted if his dad couldn't make it to his 3rd grade theatre performance because the dad was at his own high school graduation?

As for diseases/infections, there are tons of ways that a person's health can be impacted by sex. I can't even get into them all, but it's a huge health risk, especially when the risks are being taken so early in life.

Yeah, sex is fun, sex feels good, sex is great, yadda yadda, but there are lots of things that it involves, and it's too easy to brush off the risks with "Oh, we are safe, we use protection, whatever" and pretend it's okay, when it's not. No "protection" is 100% except for abstinence, abstaining from all sexual contact.

As for the "legal" age, I agree with it as much as disagree with it. On the one hand, I support a legal side where any sexual activity involving a person that is of legal age and a person not of legal age is punishable by the law, because it is far too easy to screw with the younger person's mind, either maliciously or through what is called "conditioning", and it can mess them up for the rest of their lives. On the other hand, I have met plenty of younger girls that are anywhere from 15 to 18, that not only were fully physically developed (even more so than many 20+ year olds, wtf is in the water these days?), but were extremely mentally and emotionally mature for their age, and I considered them to be decent relationship material, but was prevented by the law. I also have met plenty of women my own age that are ridiculously immature and underdeveloped mentally and emotionally, are unable to grasp the concept of a mature, adult relationship, and are entirely unready to become mothers. It's a strange phenomenon, the differing rates of maturity.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that just because a person is "sexually developed" doesn't at all mean they are ready for sex, nor should they feel like they have to engage in sexual activity because of pressures put on them by other people. There is much more to life than sex, after all. I don't want to sound like a pretentious old fart, but you'll learn when you get older that just because you CAN have sex doesn't mean you SHOULD. Some things just come with age.
Though I did not know the place, I set out for the land of my dreams.
Having arrived at the land of my dreams, I found I did not know the place.
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Re: Motherless 6 years, 6 months ago #1118

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Automaton wrote:
Tylosteus wrote:
Motherless is a double-edged sword, though admittedly sharper on one side than the other. While yes, it is (for the vast majority) a porn site, a place for cam-whores to expose themselves, etc, there are some videos that are mundane and actually entertaining, like the one of the guy beat-boxing while playing the flute, which was pretty damn awesome. Of course, for every one of those videos, there are dozens of gore (traffic accidents seemingly prevalent), bestiality (women giving blowjobs to dogs and farm animals mostly, but I also recall a guy giving a handjob to a dolphin), and lots of underage material. The underage stuff is a strange thing, because while some of it is obviously people under 18, others seem like they are over 18 but just look young. Oh, and incestual videos. Those are fairly popular. I somewhat agree with the good doctor on this one; it makes a pretty good subject for analysis (before being outright destroyed, at least).


As someone at the age of 17, I don't necessarily think it should be considered bad by default that anything under the age of 18 is shown. In the US, anything under 18 is illegal, whereas in other countries and cultures it's allowed for a 12 or 13 year old girl to become married or sexually active. Even over here in the UK the age of consent is 16, not 18. My point is that just because some of the porn is under 18, it doesn't necessarily mean it's bad. The law doesn't matter, but your own personal morals do. For instance, because I'm 17 I see no quarrels with seeing naked girls of age 15+, hell I know a friend of mine the same age that went out with a 15 year old girl and had sex with her frequently. This is OK to me because it's only a small age gap, and the girls are usually fully sexually developed that point. When it starts getting into the very early teens and pre-teens, however, that isn't good. And that's my point with motherless - nude early teens and pre-teens are usually removed as far as I can tell.

In the US each state has its own age of consent (usually 16-17 but it varies). It really doesn't matter that you have to be 18 or 21 to view/purchase/act a part in porn. Any number beyond that point would be strange socially and inappropriately invasive. The idea is that this content can be scarring, repulsive, and damaging to anyone (the age restriction is just a way of dealing with the people most likely to be damaged). Of course with sites like motherless and many others the choice becomes your own to follow the rules set up for your own protection. If I had seen some of this when I was in my early teens or younger it probably would have messed me up. I knew what sex was, but most of the abnormal actions are repulsive. Eventually we become acclimated to it, and stop seeing the horrifying thing we would have witnessed then.
A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. ~Albert Camus
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Re: Motherless 6 years, 6 months ago #1130

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Motherless...Let's say it's just a fucked up site with two sides...
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Re: Motherless 6 years, 5 months ago #1251

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Excellent discussion. Apparently I was correct in the assumption that this site would be an excellent study. I would appreciate more discussion on the site as I research it more and decide how we can possibly work it's content into a project.
"Your God can't help you within my walls - but rest assured, you shall be on your knees."
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