RON JEREMY - VIDEOGAMES WORSE THAN PORN

Ron Jeremy - Videogames Worse than Porn
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RON JEREMY - VIDEOGAMES WORSE THAN PORN



Written by Richard Parker
01 Monday 01st June 2009

Porn star Ron Jeremy says that videogames have a worse influence on children than porn. Jeremy was speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas - PC Mag got the scoop. He came under fire from anti-porn activist Craig Gross. Gross is the fun spoiler who runs XXXchurch.com, a non-profit Christian website that aims to tell people who pornography that they are going to hell. The organization launched in January 2002 when the founders, Mike Foster and Craig Gross, set up a booth inside the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas to promote the website as an alternative to porn, and it continues to attend porn conventions worldwide. At the recent Consumer Electronics Show Gross claimed porn is "a cheap substitute for sex" and one which gives children "a false expectation". Durrr...

Ron

In response Ron said, "We don't want kids to watch porn," adding that there are worse things to worry about. "[Studies have] found that violent video games are much bigger a negative influence on kids," he claimed. Ron didn't mention what studies, but we have every faith that he's done his research. Besides, he said, Mums and Dads should take responsibility for the content their children have access to. "Parents better start to learn the internet," he suggested. Good point.

IMO, I've played Call of Duty and watched Ron in the seminal Suzie Superstar and there's no contest. I wonder what Gross' opinion on Rapelay or Battle Raper would be.

Gross!
 

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