Because some bachelor/bachelorette parties tend to get pretty wild and raunchy. The question wasn't meant to imply that such parties fall into the realm of pornography. "Sexuality" and "pornography" shouldn't be conflated in every situation where one or the other is present. Some pretty overt sexual things do happen at some of these get-togethers though and it seems that people are less inclined to speak openly about them unless asked in a forum that encourages open sexual discussion.
If I get the definition of pornography, then I get the following"Pornography is the portrayal of sexual subject matter for the exclusive purpose of sexual arousal..."Is it not the aim to get sexually aroused at those parties and would that sexual arousal not fall into the category of pornographic acts?
"Is it not the aim to get sexually aroused at those parties?"If taking a "sip" of alcohol and toasting the bachelor/bachelorette gets you aroused, then yes. That's the aim. :)
I am basically only reacting to this post because the question was asked under the "Sexuality" topic and that to me would obviously involve lewd behaviors.I have always rejected to attend any bachelor/bachelorette party because of the rumors of what is going on at those parties.
Sure. I understand.
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