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When anti-porn ads go wrong

13 May

It’s time for a Friday funny, courtesy once again of Tom Megginson, who runs one of my current favourite blogs, Work That Matters. I don’t know where he finds his stuff, but it’s often hilarious and very Sex, Bombs and Burgers appropriate.

His latest find is the video below, a public service announcement spotlighting the dangers of children finding porn on the internet. As Tom astutely noted on Facebook yesterday, this ad – which stars industry legend Ron Jeremy and some of his friends – is really too funny to be effective:

And I’ll end off with a couple related notes. First, check out the conversation I recently had with The Mark News on how 3D may or may not affect porn. Secondly, don’t forget the annual Mesh conference is coming up here in Toronto on May 25 and 26. I’ll be on a panel discussing how adult entertainment is reshaping the internet and vice-versa, along with fellow author Patchen Barss and Pink Visual president Allison Vivas.

Have a good weekend!

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1 Comment

Posted by on May 13, 2011 in sex

 

One response to “When anti-porn ads go wrong

  1. Jean-François Mezei

    May 13, 2011 at 11:26 am

    I typed “porn” in Google, and 6 beautiful ladies did not immediatly show up at my door. I want a refund ! This is false advertising 🙂

     
 
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