Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Ref: how do you define porn?

Chk here. This is another link which opens without registering. Sorry for the previous one. Please do let me know if you think its porn...the photo as well as poem. The reactions in this network are vastly different from what what it was in the other one.

After my work being called "execrable porn"...I wish I could really write porn!

LOL!

5 comments:

Enemy of the Republic said...

It is not porn. Two people are kissing, maybe with love, maybe only with sexual intent, but porn, no. I've seen porn and it degrades sexuality and women in particular. Sometimes it is even gross. Erotica is beautiful. I did a blog on this one ages ago. I sure hope no one is accusing you of such things, but we live in an uptight climate.

homo escapeons said...

Now thats what I call POSTing!
I really enjoyed your erotica and loved the surprise ending.

By no stretch of the imagination could that be labelled pornographic check the calendar it is 2006.
Did someone give you some grief..send them over to my spot to check out my erection chart which was in fact a very scientific and informative piece intended solely for a female audience. (who by the way made up the majority of commenters and thought that it was good clean fun)

Ghost Particle said...

i would say its erotic comedy poetry. And its good.

gautami tripathy said...

eneny of the republic: Its sensual, erotic but porn? its not that. How can anyone say that beats me...

homo escapeons: Thanks. I wrote that for a writing exercise. Yes, its 2006 but some people still live in 18th century. But I think those people were more liberated.

All your post are informative. I do not wonder about the erection post either.

I will send them next time around.

ghost particle:Thanks. Glad you liked it.

The Commentator said...

Sticks and stones will break my bones but porn can tear some ligaments and muscle tissue.

A-N-Y-W-A-Y, with that horrible introduction, I wrote a post titled 'In Search of Vices' which talked less about defining porn and more about the acceptance of its mainstreaming.

As for the photo, it ain't porn. But what if it came from a porn flick? ;<)