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Jun 11 2018

Next from Germany: Government-Funded Feminist Pornography

German bureauweenies must be running low on ways to waste the excessive loot they expropriate from taxpayers. They plan to resort to government-funded feminist pornography.

As usual, the waste is justified in the name of moonbattery. The idea is to “combat sexist stereotypes.”

The material, which would include ‘fat, skinny, young and old people’ will be available on the websites of public broadcasters ARD and ZDF, if the idea goes ahead. …

In the proposal, the [Social Democratic Party] wrote: ‘Mainstream porn generally shows sexist and racial stereotypes in which consent is not a theme and certain “optimal” body types are made as standard. … everything seems to work right away, there is no communication between the performers, no trying out, failure…’

But soon, thanks to Big Government, German porn addicts can become woke by watching fat old people try to have sex and fail.

Been there, done that, scoffs the canary in the coalmine of European moonbattery:

The idea might have been inspired by Sweden, where in 2009 the state film institute spent £44,813 financing Dirty Diaries, a series of short porn films produced by female film artists.

Considering the corrosive effect pornography has on society, the Germans and Swedes might have stumbled onto something. Banning porn would just drive it underground. Having the State produce it would be far more effective in preventing people from indulging in it, because 5 minutes of government-issued feminist pornography might cure even horny teenagers of ever wanting to look at the filthy stuff again.

On a tip from Chronos Z. Wonderpig.

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