Ricky Schrotum’s Erotic Explosion and Your Right to Jerk Off

Fresh off the success of his hit TV series Silver Spoons, (FORMER?) child actor-born-again-anti-porn-activist Ricky Schrotum, er, Schroder, has launched “Erotic Erosion”, a new propaganda series targeting the dirty/filthy/nasty adult industry (meanwhile using the keyword “erotic” in its name to grab what is sure to be much-needed clicks).

“Erotic Explosion”, er, “Erotic Erosion” (whatever the fuck it’s called) is a partnership between Schrotum’s, er, Schroder’s nonprofit Reel American Heroes Foundation (which sounds a lot like G.I. Joe but has nothing to do with it) and the Council on Pornography Reform (aptly acronymized as “CPR”, durrr), a religiously-inspired anti-porn lobby also founded by, yep, you guessed it — Schrotum, er, Schroder.

The Reel American Heroes Foundation (a/k/a “RAHF” which unbeknownst to them also stands for “Reverse Anal Hard-Fisting” in porn-speak) has just released an over-sensationalistic “Erotic Erosion” sizzle reel that features anti-porn activists talking anti-porn jibberish over disturbing footage of people being abused, screaming in agony, and putting guns to their heads. To further it’s point, it randomly flashes dirty words like “pornography” and “sex offender” and “social media” and “trauma” for added effect. Oh wait — there’s even some “scientifical” stuff like pictures of brain scans to add credibility.

In the end, in my opinion, crap like this is more harmful than the porn it hates-on. It’s certainly more painful to watch than the smoking hot, tight-ass of a legal- and willing porn star being triple-penetrated by three, big black cocks all at once …consensually, of course. It’s fucking buh-zar-ro to say the least. (More so than the three dicks in one asshole.) And definitely creepy as fuck. But I went ahead and jerked-off to it anyway, just as a matter of principle.

Gratuitous Triple-Pen Courtesy of “To Protect And Fuck”

Ricky no likey the porn…

He believes pornography to be “a weapon system against God, against common sense. It’s a sickness, it’s a disease and it’s permeated us for too long, and it doesn’t have to stay this way.”

Despite Supreme Court rulings establishing adult content as Constitutionally-protected free speech (you’re welcome, by the way), Ricky told The Western Journal, “It’s absolutely absurd that they use the First Amendment and freedom of speech as political speech, as the justification for pushing perversion and pornography into our homes, into our pockets,”

While the anti-porn movement does make some valid arguments particularly in regards to age verification and keeping pornography out of the hands of child actors (and former ones, like Ricky), it does dangerously overstep in regards to the First Amendment, in some cases, almost to the point of libel and slander upon an entire industry.

The adult industry is a legal industry. It doesn’t sell cocaine and crack. (Well, not that kind of crack, anyway.) It sells a product geared towards adults, no different than gambling, booze, or cigarettes — and it’s age-restricted and regulated as such. (Unlike religion that’s forced upon children before they’re old enough to decide for themselves, but that’s a different story.) It’s safe to say, pornography, like religion, isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Like Jesus, it’s here to stay, or it’s risen, or it’s rising again, or it’s coming back, or it came, or came again, on your back (or on your face, if that’s what you like).

The United States has established laws in regards to obscenity. The Supreme Court (in fact, the very Conservative Supreme Court at the time) has ruled what is and what isn’t considered legally “obscene”. Beyond that, the citizens of our great United States of America are given the CHOICE to decide what they find obscene or not.

And THAT is what the First Amendment is all about — having that choice.

You might find pornographic materials obscene, where I might find enjoyment in them, just as you might find enjoyment in the religious materials I find obscene. Both, however, are equally protected under the First Amendment and we’re both within our rights as Americans to enjoy them …equally. But it’s precisely that kind of choice, between the dangers of suppressing religious- and pornographic materials and the dangers of their misuse if freely available, that the First Amendment makes for us.

Sure, you can argue that religious and pornographic materials are like apples and oranges, but they’re both fruits — that is, fruits of free speech and expression. There are as many religions and religious sects as there are fetishes and fetish sex and as an American you are free to enjoy all of it or none of it, but your freedom to enjoy all of it or none of it ends at my freedom to do just the same.

Just as Ricky Schrotum, er, Schrodinger, er, whatever, is free to create stupid, viral videos and vomit stupid, anti-porn propaganda, I’m free to write this stupid, anti-anti-porn article. And so the dance continues…

Here we are, face to face, a couple of Silver Spoons.
Hopin’ to find, we’re two of a kind,
making a go, making it GROW….

— P.

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