[Ads-l] pornographic

Benjamin Barrett gogaku at IX.NETCOM.COM
Mon Nov 3 04:20:36 UTC 2014


Some of these variations have been discussed here before. I wonder, though, if you could have internet porn in the sense that there is reality porn. Wikipedia, social media, Google and all kinds of other internet sites put together. Would the stress pattern change? BB

> On Nov 2, 2014, at 8:11 PM, Neal Whitman <nwhitman at AMERITECH.NET> wrote:
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> 
> Other examples of more generalized pornography that come to mind include:
> 
> food porn: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_porn
> disaster porn: 
> http://inthesetimes.com/article/5487/our_addiction_to_disaster_porn
> earth porn: http://earthporn.org/
> 
> A COCA search for "[nn*] porn" also turns up torture porn, reality porn, 
> death porn, and (new to me) ruin porn. Of course, there's also stuff 
> like "kiddie porn" and "internet porn," in which "porn" still has its 
> more specific meaning.
> 
> Neal
> 
> On 11/2/2014 5:54 PM, Jonathan Lighter wrote:
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>> 'Luridly appealing to a debased sensibility.'
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>> http://www.flickfilosopher.com/2014/01/lone-survivor-review-never-get-involved-land-war-asia.htm
>> l
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>> ."..acknowledges the powerful fraternity of soldiers without being
>> jingoistic about their work, and one that depicts the intensity and
>> adrenaline of a battlefield without being pornographic about it."
>> 
>> Obviously alluding to "pornography of violence," but the key word
>> "violence," while it is suggested, does not appear.
>> 
>> JL
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