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HAPPY
BIRTHDAY !!
Happy
Birthday
Happy Birthday Finn !
Hope you enjoy your gifts and have a great day :D
From Everyone
Made by diabeetus_fairy
Diabeetus fairy:
Happy Birthday Finn Kun!!
Hope you have a great day and get heaps of presents c:
-patpat-
congrats on being 14 ^-^
-issy chan
To Finn~
Happy Birthday!!

thanx for all the memories
((even tho half of us only started talking to you this year...))
Hope you enjoy this Prezi C:
Guo:
Hirzi:
Jasneet:
Finn-chan, I hope u have a happy bday, get lots of presents from loved ones, grow the slightest bit taller (so ur still cute) and have a nice life
-Jasneet Onii-san
Jook:
Happy birthday finn-chan! Have a great day and I hope this growing up in age marks the start of your growth in height :3
-H264
Apple Kid:
Happy Birthday Finn ^-^
Keep doing sherbet straws :3
-sniffs-
-Icey Chow
Dabid:
Joelle Grandad:
hihi shark finn,
happy birthday grandson~ you tis 14 now, so you need to be more responsible c: I hope you have a gr9 day, and a gr9 year as a 14 year old c:
~ joelle
Wabbit:

Happy Birthday finn (slave xD)
have a great day off but ur getting back to work tmw 6am sharp.
Hope you stay cute and become more asian -3-
-Jemmy
Gwace:
Brenda nee san:
Hi Finn c:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOU HONORARY ASIAN C: YOU’RE OUR HONORARY EGG OF THE CENTURY C:
Finally 14 years old.. woah so young… Brings me back to the days ;A; LIVE YOUR LIFE O’ YOUNG ONE! Do something you’ll definitely remember while you’re 14 c:
And I willl finnish ((AHAH GET IT?)) with a fabulous selfie ((that ended up being with just Jeremy))
Vinnehs:
hola finn son~
congratulations on turning 14, so proud of you c':
i remember when i adopted you on a thursday afternoon. you've been a great son so far~
don't forget to keep growing and eventually become taller than me yay
~ vinny
Etan nii san :
Finn... as your senpai I must teach you. Eat de potato, watch anime then sleep and grow tall. Happy B-day c;
Andryan:
Pranny:
Happy birthday finn the shark c:
-dabid ze cat
DK:
Happy birthday analfinn
i mean...
happy birthday finn! ur can now lose ur virginity
i mean...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY M8
i mean...
Happy Birthday Finn, hope u have a good one
-DK
happy birthday white kid...
stay yellow on the inside and eat many ikan yang putih sama adek ku :)
be careful of jasneets penis
-Laksa
Dear Finnamon (yes I chose finnamon out of the 100 names I have)
So continuing…Dear Finnamon you are my cinnamon, so ill sprinkle you on my toast (even though idk why the f white people do that and unfortunately you cant answer that coz ur yellow). I hope you have a great day and get heaps of $$$ from ur druggo rich ass grandpa…also the only reason Mr Whatever trumpet teacher liked you more was because white people stick together…you weren’t actually a better student or better at trumpet. Going back to what I said earlier, I know ur day wont be great since sadly you wont see me today  but heres a pic of me to make ur day just a little bit better. I didn’t rly wanna waste space with ur face but it was sorta a requirement :/ but anyw yea sorry I kept you curious in maths but if I told you ur ‘parents’ would get mad at me. I know this doesn’t rly sound like a b-day msg coz its rly random…but I feel random today so too damn bad son. And heres an early b-day pressie aswell. Have fun, and stay safe so only take a few types of drugs at a time and don’t drink more than 3 cups of alcohol an hour. (guys feel free to edit this i.e make it more deep/meaningful/nice overall? Fuck Bitches Get Laid Stay Hungry Do Maths
To my dear Finn son who is turning 14
I have waited a whole decade for this day to come and would like to set some ground rules:
- do ur hw first
- make sure you eat well
- get de a+++
- commend ur dad to the parents society for being a great dad
- love ur parents
im sorry we didn't get you a piano as promised but here you go
Happy birthday, son, im so proud of you
-dad
Kevin:
Finn happy birthday. Have a good year and enjoy life. (you're more Asian than me probably)
- Kevin
Josh:
Happy Birthday whitey,
Hope you finally realise you are asian now.

From the Japafrican
EMBARRASSING PHOTOS TIME :DD
LOL SOZ~

THANKS FOR WATCHING
and Happy Birthday c:
Dear Finn

Since the dawn of time, mankind has wanted money, land and power. We humans, are innately selfish, lazy, self-involved and all sorts of other negative stuff. I mean these types of attributes could be said to have come from a long history of genetic coding through the basis of natural selection. But, you, Finn are not bound by these negative inheritances because you seem to have broken through your genetic barrier since you are one of the nicest people I know. You’re quite unique Finn and I don’t mean it in a ‘you are a retarded person’ kind of way , I mean it in the way that you are able to affect those around you and to live in peoples’ hearts as an epitome of amazingness. And I know that I sometimes make fun of your height and stuff, but I don’t mean it, because frankly, you’re awesome (pree much the best compliment you’ll get outta me) and because I know that your strong enough to not let words hurt you. Finn, I know it’s your birthday and everything, but I’m not saying this just because it’s your birthday and I’m supposed to be nice, I do actually mean it. Anyway, continuing, you are a very special person Finn, and you should embrace what you have because I bet you there are millions of people who would want to be you (most of them are probably kids in Africa who are dyin from starvation). Anyway, the stuff that has beens said I have to admit has been pretty wishy-washy but I just want you to realise that you truly are one of the most amazing kids I know. I think that you are probably going to be one of the most happiest persons in the world because there’s something about you that makes everybody comfortable around you. You just have this special quality that makes you so likeable and i really do think that you will live a very fulfilled life. I know you have a beautiful future awaiting you, but I wanna give you this quote, cos it’s nice and cos it’s just a really good quote : “At some point, you gotta stop looking up at the sky, or one of these days you'll look back down and see that you floated away, too.”
Finally just wanted to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY! have a long prosperous life and have a great day. Anyway, don’t forget to be awesome and I will leave you with this quote : “You are so busy being YOU that you have no idea how utterly unprecedented you are.”
Dear Finn,
I wanted to write something stupid but luckily I haven't ((yet)). I wish you a very happy birthday, and one you deserve for being such a good friend for the past year, and being cute as a whole :) I hope you have fun today and remember this day (and me) 4eva c:
((Looking hot bby stay swaggy 5eva ;) ))
-Pranav
David Guo, [25.06.14 10:03]
Pornography is the portrayal of sexual subject matter for the purpose of sexual arousal. Pornography may be presented in a variety of media, including books, magazines, postcards, photographs, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video, and video games. The term applies to the depiction of the act rather than the act itself, and so does not include live exhibitions like sex shows and striptease. The primary subjects of pornographic depictions are pornographic models, who pose for still photographs, and pornographic actors or porn stars, who perform in pornographic films. If dramatic skills are not involved, a performer in a porn film may also be called a model.
Various groups within society have considered depictions of a sexual nature immoral, labeling them pornographic, and attempting to have them suppressed under obscenity and other laws, with varying degrees of success. Such works have also often been subject to censorship and other legal restraints to publication, display or possession. Such grounds and even the definition of pornography have differed in various historical, cultural, and national contexts.
Social attitudes towards the discussion and presentation of sexuality has become more tolerant and legal definitions of obscenity have become more limited, leading to an industry for the production and consumption of pornography in the latter half of the 20th century. The introduction of the home video and Internet saw a boom in the worldwide porn industry that generates billions of dollars annually. Commercialized pornography accounts for a nearly US$100 billion worldwide industry for the production of various media and associated products and services. This industry employs thousands of performers along with support and production staff. It is also followed by dedicated industry publications and trade groups as well as the mainstream press, private organizations, government agencies, and political organizations.
Irrespective of the legal or social view of pornography, it has been used in a number of contexts. It is used, for example, at fertility clinics to stimulate sperm donors. There is also some evidence that pornography can be used to treat voyeurism.
Etymology
The word is similar to the modern Greek πορνογραφία, which derives from the Greek words πόρνη, and γράφειν, and the suffix -ία, thus meaning "a written description or illustration of prostitutes or prostitution". No date is known for the first use of the word in Greek; the earliest attested, most related word one could find in Greek, is, pornographos, i.e. "someone writing of harlots", in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus.
"Pornographie" was in use in the French language during the 1800s. The word did not enter the English language as the familiar word until 1857 or as a French import in New Orleans in 1842.
History
Depictions of a sexual nature are older than civilization as depictions such as the venus figurines and rock art have existed since prehistoric times. However, the concept of pornography as understood today did not exist until the Victorian era. For example the French Impressionism painting by Édouard Manet titled Olympia was a nude picture of a French courtesan, literally a "prostitute picture". It was controversial at the time.
Nineteenth-century legislation eventually outlawed the publication, retail, and trafficking of certain writings and images regarded as pornographic and would order the destruction of shop and warehouse stock meant for sale; however, the private possession of and viewing of pornography was not made an offence until recent times.
When large-scale excavations of Pompeii were undertaken in the 1860s, much of the erotic art of the Romans came to light, shocking the Victorians who saw themselves as the intellectual heirs of the Roman Empire. They did not know what to do with the frank depictions of sexuality and endeavored to hide them away from everyone but upper-class scholars. The moveable objects were locked away in the Secret Museum in Naples and what could not be removed was covered

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and cordoned off as to not corrupt the sensibilities of women, children, and the working classes.
Fanny Hill is considered "the first original English prose pornography, and the first pornography to use the form of the novel." It is an erotic novel by John Cleland first published in England as Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. It is one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. The authors were charged with "corrupting the King's subjects."
The world's first law criminalizing pornography was the English Obscene Publications Act 1857 enacted at the urging of the Society for the Suppression of Vice. The Act, which applied to the United Kingdom and Ireland, made the sale of obscene material a statutory offence, giving the courts power to seize and destroy offending material. The American equivalent was the Comstock Act of 1873 which made it illegal to send any "obscene, lewd, and/or lascivious" materials through the mail. The English Act did not apply to Scotland, where the common law continued to apply. However, neither the English nor the United States Act defined what constituted "obscene", leaving this for the courts to determine. Prior to the English Act, the publication of obscene material was treated as a common law misdemeanour and effectively prosecuting authors and publishers was difficult even in cases where the material was clearly intended as pornography.
The Victorian attitude that pornography was for a select few can be seen in the wording of the Hicklin test stemming from a court case in 1868 where it asks, "whether the tendency of the matter charged as obscenity is to deprave and corrupt those whose minds are open to such immoral influences." Despite the fact of their suppression, depictions of erotic imagery were common throughout history.
Pornographic film production commenced almost immediately after the invention of the motion picture in 1895. Two of the earliest pioneers were Eugène Pirou and Albert Kirchner. Kirchner directed the earliest surviving pornographic film for Pirou under the trade name "Léar". The 1896 film, Le Coucher de la Mariée showed Louise Willy performing a striptease. Pirou's film inspired a genre of risqué French films showing women disrobing and other filmmakers realised profits could be made from such films.
Sexually explicit films opened producers and distributors to prosecution. Those that were made were produced illicitly by amateurs starting in the 1920s, primarily in France and the United States. Processing the film was risky as was their distribution. Distribution was strictly private. In 1969, Denmark became the first country to abolish censorship, thereby decriminalizing pornography, which led to an explosion in investment and of commercially produced pornography. However, it continued to be banned in other countries, and had to be smuggled in, where it was sold "under the counter" or shown in "members only" cinema clubs.
The scholarly study of pornography, notably in cultural studies, is limited, perhaps due to the controversy about the topic in feminism. The first peer-reviewed academic journal about the study of pornography, Porn Studies, was published in 2014.
Classification
Pornography is often distinguished from erotica, which consists of the portrayal of sexuality with high-art aspirations, focusing also on feelings and emotions, while pornography involves the depiction of acts in a sensational manner, with the entire focus on the physical act, so as to arouse quick intense reactions.
Pornography is generally classified as either softcore or hardcore pornography. A pornographic work is characterized as hardcore if it has any hardcore content, no matter how small. Both forms of pornography generally contains nudity. Softcore pornography generally contains nudity or partial nudity in sexually suggestive situations, but without explicit sexual activity, sexual penetration or "extreme" fetishism, while hardcore pornography may contain graphic sexual activity and visible penetration, including unsimulated sex scenes.
Sub-genres
Pornography can be classif

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ied according to the physical characteristics of the participants, fetish, sexual orientation, etc., as well as the types of sexual activity featured. Reality and voyeur pornography, animated videos, and legally prohibited acts also influence the classification of pornography. Pornography may fall into more than one genre. The genres of pornography are based on the type of activity featured and the category of participants, for example:
Alt porn
Amateur pornography
Ethnic pornography
Fetish pornography
Group sex
Reality pornography
Sexual-orientation-based pornography
Straight porn
Gay pornography
Lesbian pornography
Bisexual pornography
Commercialism
Economics
Revenues of the adult industry in the United States are difficult to determine. In 1970, a Federal study estimated that the total retail value of hardcore pornography in the United States was no more than $10 million.
In 1998, Forrester Research published a report on the online "adult content" industry estimating $750 million to $1 billion in annual revenue. As an unsourced aside, the Forrester study speculated on an industry-wide aggregate figure of $8–10 billion, which was repeated out of context in many news stories, after being published in Eric Schlosser's book on the American black market. Studies in 2001 put the total between $2.6 billion and $3.9 billion.
A significant amount of pornographic video is shot in the San Fernando Valley, which has been a pioneering region for producing adult films since the 1970s, and has since become home for various models, actors/actresses, production companies, and other assorted businesses involved in the production and distribution of pornography.
The pornography industry has been considered influential in deciding format wars in media, including being a factor in the VHS vs. Betamax format war
Non-commercial pornography
As well as the porn industry, there is a large amount of non-commercial pornography. This should be distinguished from commercial pornography falsely marketed as featuring "amateurs". The focuses on prose stories collected from Usenet.
Technology
Advancement
Pornographers have taken advantage of each technological advance in the production and distribution of pornography. They have used lithographs, the printing press, and photography. Pornography is considered a driving force in the development of technologies from the printing press, through photography, to satellite TV, other forms of video, and the Internet. With the invention of tiny cameras and wireless equipments voyeur pornography is gaining ground. Mobile cameras are used to capture pornographic photos or videos, and forwarded as MMS, a practice known as sexting.
Computer-generated images and manipulations
Digital manipulation requires the use of source photographs, but some pornography is produced without human actors at all. The idea of completely computer-generated pornography was conceived very early as one of the most obvious areas of application for computer graphics and 3D rendering.
Until the late 1990s, digitally manipulated pornography could not be produced cost-effectively. In the early 2000s, it became a growing segment, as the modelling and animation software matured and the rendering capabilities of computers improved. As of 2004, computer-generated pornography depicting situations involving children and sex with fictional characters, such as Lara Croft, is already produced on a limited scale. The October 2004 issue of Playboy featured topless pictures of the title character from the BloodRayne video game.
3D pornography
Due to the popularity of 3D blockbusters in theaters such as Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon, companies are now looking to shoot pornography movies in 3D. The first case of this occurred in Hong Kong, when a group of filmmakers filmed 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy released in April 2011.
Production and distribution by region
The production and distribution of pornography are economic activities of some importance. The exact size of the economy of pornography and the influence tha

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t it has in political circles are matters of controversy.
In the United States, the sex film industry is centered in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. In Europe, Budapest is regarded as the industry center.
Study and analysis
Effects
Research concerning the effects of pornography is concerned with multiple outcomes. Such research includes potential influences on rape, domestic violence, sexual dysfunction, difficulties with sexual relationships, and child sexual abuse. Viewers of novel and extreme pornographic images may become tolerant to such images, which may impact sexual response. Some studies support the contention that the viewing of pornographic material may increase rates of sexual crimes, whereas others are either inconclusive, suggest no effect, or conclude the liberalization of porn in society may be associated with decreased rape and sexual violence rates.
Statistics
More than 70% of male internet users from 18 to 34 visit a pornographic site in a typical month. A 2009 study published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives found that Utah was the largest consumer of paid internet pornography per capita in the United States.
Legal status
The legal status of pornography varies widely from country to country. Most countries allow at least some form of pornography. In some countries, softcore pornography is considered tame enough to be sold in general stores or to be shown on TV. Hardcore pornography, on the other hand, is usually regulated. The production and sale, and to a slightly lesser degree the possession, of child pornography is illegal in almost all countries, and some countries have restrictions on pornography depicting violence or pornography depicting sex of a human with an animal, or both.
Most countries attempt to restrict minors' access to hardcore materials, limiting availability to sex shops, mail-order, and television channels that parents can restrict, among other means. There is usually an age minimum for entrance to pornographic stores, or the materials are displayed partly covered or not displayed at all. More generally, disseminating pornography to a minor is often illegal. Many of these efforts have been rendered practically irrelevant by widely available Internet pornography. A failed US law would have made these same restrictions apply to the internet.
In the United States, a person receiving unwanted commercial mail he or she deems pornographic may obtain a Prohibitory Order, either against all mail from a particular sender, or against all sexually explicit mail, by applying to the United States Postal Service. There are recurring urban legends of snuff movies, in which murders are filmed for pornographic purposes. Despite extensive work to ascertain the truth of these rumors, law enforcement officials have been unable to find any such works.
Some people, including pornography producer Larry Flynt and the writer Salman Rushdie, have argued that pornography is vital to freedom and that a free and civilized society should be judged by its willingness to accept pornography.
The UK Government has criminalized possession of what it terms "extreme pornography" following the highly publicized murder of Jane Longhurst.
Child pornography is illegal in most countries, with a person most commonly being a child until the age of 18 . In those countries, any film or photo with a child subject in a sexual act is considered pornography and illegal.
Copyright status
In the United States, some courts have applied US copyright protection to pornographic materials. Although the first US copyright law specifically did not cover obscene materials, the provision was removed subsequently. Most pornographic works are theoretically work for hire meaning pornographic models do not receive statutory royalties for their performances. Of particular difficulty is the changing community attitudes of what is considered obscene, meaning that works could slip into and out of copyright protection based upon the prevailing standards of decency. This was not an issue with the copyright law up until

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1972 when copyright protection required registration. When the law was changed to make copyright protection automatic, and for the life of the author.
Some courts have held that copyright protection effectively applies to works, whether it is obscene or not, but not all courts have ruled the same way. The copyright protection rights of pornography in the United States has again been challenged as late as February 2012.
Objections to pornography
Objections to pornography come generally, though not exclusively, from three main sources: law, feminism and religion.
Feminist objections
Feminists, including Andrea Dworkin and Catharine MacKinnon, argue that pornography is demeaning to women and/or that it contributes to violence against women, both in its production and in its consumption. The production of pornography, they argue, entails the physical, psychological, or economic coercion of the women who perform in it, and where they argue that the abuse and exploitation of women is rampant; in its consumption, they charge that pornography eroticizes the domination, humiliation and coercion of women, and reinforces sexual and cultural attitudes that are complicit in rape and sexual harassment. They charge that pornography presents a severely distorted image of sexual relations, and reinforces sex myths; that it always shows women as readily available and desiring to engage in sex at any time, with any man, on men's terms, always responding positively to any advances men make. They argue that because pornography often shows women enjoying and desiring to be violently attacked by men, saying "no" when they actually want sex, fighting back but then ending up enjoying the act – this can affect the public understanding of legal issues such as consent to sexual relations.
Religious objections
Religious organizations have been important in bringing about political action against pornography.
In the United States, religious beliefs affect the formation of political beliefs which concern pornography.
See also
References
Further reading
Advocacy
Susie Bright. "Susie Sexpert's Lesbian Sex World and Susie Bright's Sexual Reality: A Virtual Sex World Reader", San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, 1990 and 1992. Challenges any easy equation between feminism and anti-pornography positions.
Betty Dodson. . Feminists for Free Expression 1993. May 8, 2002
Kate Ellis. Caught Looking: Feminism, Pornography, and Censorship. New York: Caught Looking Incorporated, 1986.
Susan Griffin. Pornography and Silence: Culture's Revenge Against Nature. New York: Harper, 1981.
Andrea Juno and V. Vale. Angry Women, Re/Search # 12. San Francisco, CA: Re/Search Publications, 1991. Performance artists and literary theorists who challenge Dworkin and MacKinnon's claim to speak on behalf of all women.
Defends the availability of pornography, and condemns feminist anti-pornography campaigns.
Critique of Stoltenberg and Dworkin's positions on pornography and power.
Opposition
Assiter advocates seeing pornography as epitomizing a wider problem of oppression, exploitation and inequality which needs to be better understood.
Carse, A., 1995,, Hypatia 10: 155–182. An argument for approaches to end harm to women caused by pornography.
Hill, J. 1987,, Hypatia 2: 39–54. A critique of the pornographic industry within a Kantian ethical framework.
Michael Kimmel. "Men Confront Pornography". New York: Meridian—Random House, 1990. A variety of essays that try to assess ways that pornography may take advantage of men.
, by Shelley Lubben
MacKinnon, C., 1984,, Yale Law & Policy Review 2: 321–345. An argument that pornography is one element of an unjust institution of the subordination of women to men.
MacKinnon, C., 1989, Ethics 99: 314–346.
Vadas, M., 1987,, The Journal of Philosophy 84: 487–511. A defence of the Dworkin-MacKinnon definition and condemnation of pornography employing putatively relatively rigorous analysis. See in the same publication for a criticism of this paper.
Vadas, M., 1992,, Hypatia 7: 94–109.]", Hypatia 84: 487–511. An argument that pornogr

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aphy increases women's vulnerability to rape.
Williams, B., 1988, Pornography and Sexual Violence: Evidence of the Links, London: Everywoman. A representation of the causal connections between pornography and violence towards women.
Linda Williams: Hard Core: Power, Pleasure and the Frenzy of the Visible . Expanded Paperback Edition: University of California Press, 1999, ISBN 0-520-21943-0
Linda Williams : Porn Studies, B&T, 2004, ISBN 0-8223-3312-0
Neutral or mixed
Carole Vance, Editor. "Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality". Boston: Routledge, 1984. Collection of papers from 1982 conference; visible and divisive split between anti-pornography activists and lesbian S&M theorists.
External links
Commentary
Interactive web site companion to a Frontline documentary exploring the pornography industry within the United States.
Technology
, The Guardian
Economics
Government
Kutchinsky, Berl, Professor of Criminology:
History
Sociologyq
-D. Guo
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