1. Matt Marshall1's Avatar
    Let me reiterate, I'm far from a prude. That said, Windows Central is a mainstream tech site visited by adults and youth a like. If people want a site tossing NSFW content around, they'd go to Vox, or other similar media outlets. Not Windows Central..??..

    And, at a time when the damaging effect porn has on significant segments of our population is becoming so obvious (ala 'porn, the new drug'), why on earth would WC, again a mainstream tech site, prominently share a 'how to watch porn on VR' article like the one shown below?

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    Just as many folks fall into devastating levels of addiction w/ exposure to alcohol, etc., the same has been well demonstrated for porn. Can we next expect tips and advice on how to covertly shoot up our dope of choice b/w our toes? ;)

    Look, if you are reading this and are into porn, don't get pissed w/ me, I'm not here to judge. I don't recommend it, but we all have our own free agency. Ultimately, I'm just saying that w/ all the outlets out there, I doubt folks need WC's help on this front.
    aximtreo and Ult J like this.
    10-26-2017 08:39 AM
  2. Guytronic's Avatar
    I've moved this to site feedback so the editorial staff and community manager will see this and address concerns.
    libra89, Wolfjt, xandros9 and 2 others like this.
    10-26-2017 10:20 AM

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