On the Dangers of Sin You know, there are a lot of jokes I could make about people's ideas of pornography. You know, like why "gay male" means someone wants to see a dude getting on a chick, why "nonude" means naked, or, best of all, why cfnm now involves groups of naked women. It is sometimes said that pornography has no intrinsic value in civilized society; I dissent, and would suggest it is a powerful record for anthropological consideration, and in this internet age creates a massive data pool for large-scale study and distillation. And, you know, I guess I see how a "straight" guy might want to watch another dude attend himself on the grounds that there is, say, a picture of a woman involved. Yeah. Go figure. I don't know. When all you've got is a punch line, everything looks like a setup. "Fucking a Corvette". No, really, I get the mechanics. I do not, however, understand the psyche driving such behavior. Gay porn. Go figure. So says the database that brings gay men videos of Japanese girls with electric massagers. Still, though, what do you do with three words like, "Fucking a Corvette"? I mean, I get why it's in that part of the database, right? I mean, it's just this dude, getting himself off. No chicks around. And there's also a Corvette. I can't bring myself to actually watch. I mean, sure, this goes on in the world and all, but ... I don't know, I ... I ... it just seems sad, and it just isn't kind to ... to ... I mean, that's his sadness as much as it is his spunk, you know? But you know how it goes. One second you're bopping to "Cherryboy Riot", the next you're staring at a thumbnail of a guy humping a Chevrolet. And what the hell do you do with that? Three words I can never give back.