Given a chance, with nobody around, what will you pick first and read. A CLASSIC or a PORN ?
I agree with hummingbird211. I would prefer the great writing to the lame writing. Also if I were looking for sexual imaging there is something about a good classic that is so much more sensuous than the way a porn is written. Porn makes it sound dirty and the classics, show it as beautiful.
Dardia What about 'Lady Chatterly's Lover'. It was banned when it was published. Then my very loving 'Lolita'. Where do we put them if CLASSIC is 10 and PORN is 0. Rank them if you please.
Dardia, I'm with you on that. Classics describe every kind of human emotions in the most elegant way, porns are not an option
Oh, no! It's the Alpha Male here to start my day! Hello, Big Fella! Hahahaha.
Yes, I will read a classic. But if the guy has abs like Thor (the movie) or looks anything like Hugh Jackman, I'll sneak an admiring peak (or two or three or four) and ignore the women who are participants. Hugh Jackman is a popular poster fellow on the ceiling at my OB-GYN's. I know, I know. Too much information!
Me I'll choose a classic porn.. Debbie does dallas? LOL
I will read Lady Chatterley's Lover. It is a classic and also a porn
Porn is a spectator's sport, when you think about it. Good point there, paradigmsearch! I do curling up on my sofa with a good read.
@ makusr-- I have not read the two classics you mentioned but I am fairly certain that since it made it as a classic there is a plot and is well written. That is what I am talking about. I don't read porn really so I guess I could be wrong of course. I have seen movies that were not supposed to be porn but turned out to be just that. I want to know the characters not just see them. Personally, I would feel like a peeping tom watching porn. I don't go around peeking into personal lives of others. If I am going to, I would like to know more about the person than their sex lives.
The question tells me more than the answers, know what I mean there, Vern!
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