Wheh. Yesterday involved a few too many planes, trains, and automobiles but I’m back at my desk at last. At least for the next five minutes until I must run to the boss’ house and do some bookkeeping. I absolutely loved Chicago, architecture boat tour and all. I’ve a sore neck from looking up at skyscrapers while I walk, that and a few awkward plane naps.
To further Saturday’s post I have some thoughts up on Huffington Post, written in response to Gail Dines’ anti-porn post Adventures in Pornland. As my thoughts have percolated over a weekend away, I would add to my response that both raising standards in the adult industry and educating people about porn and how to talk about it with their children and partners seems much more productive than censorship. I hope one day America’s public schools have a Sex Ed program designed by Charlie Glickman. Alas, we’re probably not too close to that yet. I just read Tom Matlack’s Perspectives on Pornography and learned that Utah is the biggest downloader of porn. Did you know that? We sure are a multifaceted people.