Where's the porn, an interactive Porn Game

This interactive porn game pokes fun at the hypocritical do gooders
 who call themselves the Mothers for a More Boring Nation

 by Jack Corbett


Where's the porn?

Click on image above to play game

IX Hosting violated my constitutional rights by dumping
my web site  because I showed women's breasts.
 Go ahead and Play to see how infantile this was

Inspired by IX Hosting's suspension without warning of my alphapro.com web site for "adult content" presumably because of my pictures displaying naked pictures of female breasts, the object of "Where's the porn" is to get the highest score possible  by coming up with the right answers.

Funny thing was, although I had been an adult photographer, not once did I ever shoot what many consider to be porn.  That is people having sex together.  I also felt a woman's privates should remain, private, so although I wound up taking lots of pictures of fully naked entertainers on the stage or posing for me, I felt displaying full frontal nudity on my web site was distasteful, so I would use side angle shots that did focus on a woman's privates or I would use graphical images of butterflies, billiard  balls, etc. to cover a model's privates up.

Yet, IX hosting suddenly suspended my site, then ordered me to take my pictures down as if I were a common criminal without even specifying which pictures it considered offensive. 

A year ago the same thing happened to me with Paypal, which suddenly froze my account after determining my site had adult content on it.  Had I had any funds in my Paypal account that had not been already credited to my bank account, those funds would have been frozen and made unavailable to me--in effect stolen until I had begged Paypal to give me my money back as it took its sweet time doing so. 

Truth is many companies have service agreements that will disallow "Adult Content", whatever in the hell that means, to get rid of sites that show things or where things are said they do not approve of.  

Expect to see a lot more of this as each day your constitutional rights are stolen from you by a bunch of  do-gooders who are no more than control freaks who get their rocks off by controlling what others do and say. 

So what can you do about it?  For one thing you can ridicule these individuals and companies by calling them all "The Mothers for a More Boring Nation".  Why?  First of all, they deserve it.  Secondly, it unifies the rest of us around a common enemy that just might think twice before committing itself to actions that labels them for what they really are, a group of close minded, medieval, control freaks dedicated to transforming the world into a sterile, uncreative, boring wasteland.   And by all means stop doing business with companies such as IX Hosting and Pay Pal that deny you your constitutional rights to freedom of speech and expression.  There is no middle ground here.  Either you stop paying into such companies or you simply go along with their programs because it is convenient for you to do so.  But remember what happened to Germany whose people gave away their constitutional rights to Adolf Hitler and the price Germany ultimately paid. Lastly, you can  send the link to this page to as many people as you can. 

Oh, and one more thing, I didn't make the game.  I'm blaming that one on my pal Mike Skymaster.  

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