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College Blocks Speech By Gay Porn Star

College Blocks Speech By Gay Porn Star.

Why Are We Afraid To Talk About Gay Porn?

Two articles are linked above.

princeHerman has a crush on Conner Habib. pH started following his blog and podcasts a few weeks ago when searching for some information. Conner Habib’s writings without judgement on various topics relating to gay community and gay sex enlighten with practical advice and inspire thoughtful conscious behavior. And it is exactly because he is an educator without judgment that makes pornography a healthy contribution to society. Conner confronts societal hypocrisy about sex which promotes unhealthy behavior. 

On a side note, Corning Community College that pulled support on his speech was a place that figured prominently in princeHerman’s earlier life. Corning is located about an hour before Alfred (princeHerman’s alma matter) heading west and just beyond the point where you turn to go to Ithaca. There were a handful of late night drive thru twilight zone moments. Corning is the home of Corning Glass and the Steuben workshops. The museum hosted a biannual outdoor night show to which princeHerman lent some assistance.  He recalls that one night when his Lincoln died in a snowstorm, blocking traffic for miles, he and friends went in search of a bar to wait out repairs. None such was to be found. But every once in a while he’d  meet some cutie from Corning in Alfred looking for a friend. Corning needs Conner Habib.

Of course this subject of censorship, although its not exactly censorship, and the subject of pornography particularly engages princeHerman. More about this in other posts.

Conner, if you read this, princeHerman would like to read your always well considered thoughts on SF public nudity. or perhaps you all ready have and we haven’t found the post yet. Regardless, thanks for all you do.

pH

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