Re: Porn using Cu-Seeme

Jonathan Day (jonathan.day@umist.ac.uk)
Tue, 05 Mar 1996 09:26:10 +0000


Mike Stubblefield wrote:
>
> Well, it only had to be a matter of time before someone would get offended that they would go
> to a reflector and see people showing each other their personal a

I'm not totally convinced that the person was asking for a site list in order to complain at
the content.

> If there are those out there that want to do the kinds of things this article was complaining
> about on public reflectors and the reflector admins don't want to

If an admin feels that a public reflector should contain material that is generally held to
be reasonable, then good for them. Why should people be made to feel second-class simply
because they don't want to see something they don't like? There are plenty of specialist
reflectors for those who want to see nudity. There is no call to force public reflectors
to close. There is room enough for everyone.

> Bottom line: if you don't like nudity, don't get the books, magazines, videos or cuseeme
> reflector sites that show it. The responsiblity has to lie with the in

Agreed, but, /please/, if a reflector says that nudity isn't allowed, respect that. There
is room enough on the net for everyone.

> my two cents worth and someone who plays on the sex reflectors quite often and has fun doing
> it - and is not disuaded or shamed or anything by a bunch of sexua

Why should you have to feel shamed? These "socially illiterate" computer nerds have created
an environment in which there is room for all. If you want to have sexual fun on sex
reflectors, then good for you. That is, after all, what they are there for. Insisting that
any public reflector is fair game, though, is pure selfishness. You have plenty of space.
What do you need everyone elses for?