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Deadmanwalking wrote:Also, this. My god does it ever sell. I can't imagine wanting to watch Nazi themed porn, but I guess taboo things like that tend to have a fan base, even if the rest of us find it distasteful.Irontruth wrote:Because porn sells? Seriously, branching out from war movies to porn isn't exactly the greatest leap ever. It's the Nazi bit that makes the whole thing problematic.Deadmanwalking wrote:
And I'd really like you to stop harping on the 'fetish porn' bit. It's deeply irrelevant. The important part is the 'Nazi' bit.
No, it's fully relevant. Because as you say, they could just be peddling war movies. Triumph of the Will, despicable as it's intention could be, is still a piece of history both as a record and point of perspective.
Pornography made in the 2000's, with people wearing Nazi uniforms has no historical relevance.
If the vendor's only purpose is to be a source of war movies and historical documents, why would they have Nazi fetish porn?
Reminds me of an Alexi Sayle bit in the Young Ones
"I mean, they told me while at school, if I got two CSEs, when I left school I’d be head of British Steel. That’s a lot of nonsense, innit? I mean, you look at statistics, right. 83% of top British management have been to a public school and Oxbridge, right? 93% of the BBC have been to a public school and Oxbridge, right? 98% of the KGB have been to a public school and Oxbridge.
All you get from a public school, right — one, you get a top job, right, and two, you get an interest in perverse sexual practises. I mean, that’s why British management’s so inefficient. As soon as they get in the boardroom, they’re all shutting each others’ dicks in the door! “Go on, give it another slam, Sir Michael!” BAM! OW OW OW! “Come on, Sir Geoffrey, let’s play the Panzer commander and the millkmaid, EW EW EW EW! YOO HOO!”