Six seconds of porn is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves — Huh? Wha?

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❝ Vine will not be left to shrivel up and die on itself, not if Pornhub has anything to say about it.

Earlier on Thursday Twitter announced it was ending Vine’s short run, and the adult site was quick to come to the rescue…maybe.

❝ In a letter from Pornhub VP Corey Price to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey that was shared with CNET, Price lays out the rationale:

“We figure since Twitter has dropped (Vine) and is having significant layoffs, that you and your stakeholders could benefit from a cash infusion from the sale of Vine. Not to mention we would be saving Vine gems like ‘Damn Daniel,’ ‘Awkward Puppets’ and many more.”

Pornhub also promises to “restore Vine to Its NSFW glory,” saying that clips “of porn in six seconds is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves.”

❝ Uh…yeah…

❝ …Who knows, maybe Twitter will be willing to deal with Pornhub. Let’s just hope it doesn’t lead to a rash of six-second naked prank vids; that might be the only thing worse than killing off Vine.

CNET’s analysis of financial news is probably the only thing worse than their product reviews. Still, they made it to the humor plateau. Poisonally, I doubt the PornHub folks are kidding or foolish. Unlike most adult industrial nations in the mainstream of Western constitutional democracy the United States still defines most ethics by the morality stored in the fundamentalist Christian guidebook originated to the designs of a 17th Century monarch.

The most successful pornographers know better than that.

Thanks, Om

One thought on “Six seconds of porn is more than enough time for most people to enjoy themselves — Huh? Wha?

  1. Meanwhile says:

    “Without good sex ed, Utah’s youths head to porn sites for info” http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/4515026-155/op-ed-without-good-sex-ed-utahs “When Gov. Gary Herbert signed resolution S.C.R.9 declaring pornography a “health crisis” {http://le.utah.gov/~2016/bills/static/SCR009.html } on the heels of defeated legislation that would have enhanced sex education in Utah, the state effectively wiped out the ability for teens and families to get access to quality information locally.
    With the alarming rise of sexually transmitted infections, as reported by the CDC, it’s more crucial than ever to provide quality sex education. Instead, Utah has unintentionally created a scenario in which the very thing the Legislature is hoping to avoid — internet porn use among kids and teens — is almost the only option available for information. And, we all know most pornography isn’t even close to reality, especially the reality parents would like their kids to know.”

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