Christian porn

There is apparently a campaign going to Christianize porn.

Christ-centered porn, made to be viewed by Christians and tailored to their unique needs. We challenge all Christians in the adult industry (yes, they do exist – and you know who you are) to step up and truly walk their walk and live their faith by producing more pornography that men and women of God can view without compromising their relationship with their Savior, or their relationship with their spouse.

No kidding?  What does that kind of porn look like?

Only married couples engaging in sexual acts. All sexual partners in a Christian porn production are husband and wife, both on and off screen. All actors are married in real life and portray married couples on-screen. The depiction is their having sex with only their wedded spouses.

All sex is portrayed within the context of a Christian marriage. It is apparent through the actions, behaviors, and speech of the characters portrayed that they are Christian, lead a Christian lifestyle, and have a marriage in which their faith is central. This is depicted in a variety of ways, with scenes showing a couple praying together, studying the Bible, attending church or church functions, and generally relating to
one another as loving Christian spouses outside of the bedroom.

…and, of course, being watched by thousands of people – just like on their honeymoon.

Snore.  It’s sex without all the variety.  It’s like a pizza place that only sells boring old cheese but says all the other toppings are bad for you.

I’m just not sure there’s a market for this since the more conservative/religious states tend to be the bigger consumers of porn per capita already.

What’s more, I don’t want to watch videos of some dude de-virginizing his bride on their wedding night and learning that losing her virginity often actually hurts a woman (so maybe get it out of the way before the big day?).  I also don’t care to watch that same couple fumbling around while realizing that being a good bed mate is a skill acquired through practice and a willingness to abandon constraints (not to be confused with abandoning restraints), not the other way around.


God dammit!  This is why Poe’s law exists.  Apparently this is a gag.  *head desk*  How am I supposed to tell when something’s a gag or when something’s serious when they’re so freaking close?

About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.


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