[ home ] [ pony / rp / canterlot / rules ] [ arch ]

/pony/ - Pony

Ponies and General Posting
Name
Email
Subject
Comment
File
Flags  
Embed
Password (For file deletion.)

 No.900718[Reply]

File: 1546893205312.jpeg (58.01 KB, 500x500, 1:1, full (2).jpeg) ImgOps Google

So, lately I am reading once more the drama about young men drawing girls into prostitution. A lot of fuss in the news about it nowadays.
They meet young 'vulnerable' girls often minors and 'convince' them to work as sex workers/prostitutes.

And that set me wondering, aside from their age and all.
Girls/women can work in the sex industries (prostitution/striptease/porn acting/live cams/...) and it goes against moral values a lot.
But if you strip away the moral gut feeling, what are the hard arguments against sex working.

Personally, I find it dangerous because when people pay for your body, they might think they can own you in more dangerous ways, resulting in rape/violence or worse. But I don't know if it really works that way.

What would you say if your sister/daughter or girl friend (or similar of course for male as well) if they announce they want to work in the sex industries?
51 posts and 24 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.901244

File: 1547020751122.png (1.48 MB, 1920x1088, 30:17, shrug2.png) ImgOps Google

>>900817

I mean, I'd probably do camshows if i'm being perfectly honest. Seems like very little effort for decent money. But like hell i'd be one of those dishonest twats who pretend to be something else and then ambush you with the camwhore offer later. I'll admit, i may have a weird sense of dignity.

 No.901453

File: 1547079813982.png (83.09 KB, 464x536, 58:67, facial.png) ImgOps Google

>>900817
tbh i wouldn't mind being a camboy for a little bit.

 No.901454

File: 1547079913429.png (10.56 KB, 400x400, 1:1, 6e462f98601ba802d78f69f8da….png) ImgOps Google

>>901453
For money


 No.901327[Reply]

aaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

 No.901377


 No.901380

File: 1547064189695.jpg (965.2 KB, 1221x814, 3:2, 1545404794956.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>901377
Why is this so damn funny to me?

 No.901409



 No.901397[Reply]

File: 1547071221850.png (159.52 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 017B22A9-E03D-41F0-BDB2-C2….png) ImgOps Google

AMPED-UP
I AM MOTHER FLIPPIN’ APMED UP


 No.901250[Reply]

File: 1547042264677.jpg (51.68 KB, 765x807, 255:269, 1539084651264.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

Should the gov't outright ban naked shorts and/or better enforce the existing regulations against naked shorts?

Pic unrelated
13 posts and 4 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.901358

File: 1547062330409.jpg (746.66 KB, 2316x2159, 2316:2159, 20190109_113011-1.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>901250
Tfw when its called "naked" when it's actually obscured.

These horses are naked.

 No.901379

>Naked shorting is the illegal practice of short selling shares that have not been affirmatively determined to exist. Ordinarily, traders must borrow a stock, or determine that it can be borrowed, before they sell it short.

It's says it's illegal already, unless you are talking about another country?

 No.901382

>>901250
>or better enforce the existing regulations

Oh

Yes, yes they should better enforce it. It seems like it is just the equivalent of someone putting an add up online to sell a video game, but when you order, all you get is a thank you letter and not the product.


 No.900056[Reply]

File: 1546732063815.jpg (79.33 KB, 726x378, 121:63, 8-Ways-Warm-Cozy-Winter-Ch….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

.
26 posts and 21 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.901280

File: 1547055578833.png (353.69 KB, 900x683, 900:683, cushiepeepo.png) ImgOps Google

>>901119
The joke is that the bubbles are not soap

 No.901321

File: 1547060269865.jpg (170.16 KB, 1063x751, 1063:751, welcome_by_lhuin-dalm8sa.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google


 No.901357

>>901321
>>901321
Fluffy tails!


 No.901230[Reply]

WEEEEEEEEE!!!
3 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.901251

File: 1547042767260.jpg (724.01 KB, 955x1350, 191:270, 071.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

I want Double King to die, simply due to how much it refuses to disappear from my recommended list on Youtube.

 No.901255

File: 1547052106939.jpg (213.36 KB, 1434x2048, 717:1024, 6654784-5633322445-High..jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

Still not Cyriak levels of weird.

 No.901285



 No.900499[Reply]

File: 1546870122449.jpg (220.99 KB, 1400x2043, 1400:2043, IMG_20180919_114731.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

Dropping in to say that I hope you all have a nice day.

Drink water

Mom out
13 posts and 9 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900804

File: 1546930821272.jpg (90.83 KB, 537x395, 537:395, 009.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

Have a throat ache?
DRINK WATER
Your ear hurts?
DRINK WATER
You can't feel your legs?
DRINK WATER
Involved in a multiple car accident?
DRINK
MORE
WATER

 No.900837

File: 1546938627731.png (171.58 KB, 941x900, 941:900, Windswept.png) ImgOps Google

>>900804
Doesn't seem like it's enough. They need to drink more water.

 No.901225

>>900804
Retaining water?

Drink...wait.


 No.900849[Reply]

File: 1546947684358.jpeg (395.6 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, internet.jpeg) ImgOps Google

Is the internet good for us?

I feel like the answer is:
IF you're older than me:
  THEN "Not at all.  Replacing face-to-face interaction with screen time is making people lonely, mean, and anti-social, plus segregation into specialized online communities offer positive feedback for extreme hateful views."
  ELSE "The internet's pretty cool.  Anyway your question is like asking whether indoor plumbing is good for us.  I'm not going to draw water from a well."
END IF

So, what do you think?
5 posts and 3 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900972

File: 1546967880512.png (64.29 KB, 286x300, 143:150, 1386983.png) ImgOps Google

I think it's a tool and therefore neutral, like indoor plumbing or more easily compared like a hammer. Like a hammer, the internet can be used to send and receive messages, stay in touch, and broadcast a message. Unlike a hammer, the internet is mostly imaginary and the weight of it is the words, not the iron. You could use either one to assault a stranger or to mend fences, but both uses are inappropriate.

 No.901052

Why how old are you?
It's a tool for communication. So depends on the use, but overall I like the positive potential over the negative one.
Eg. the biggest risk, the risk of social crippling rises from constantly available internet and bad upbringing more than from internet itself.

 No.901061

File: 1546980861397.jpg (8.37 KB, 217x312, 217:312, flutterplush.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>900849
Omigosh wait,
is that Moony's new desk?


 No.900770[Reply]

File: 1546906706665.png (377.04 KB, 400x800, 1:2, Vol1_Yang_ProfilePic_Unifo….png) ImgOps Google

D&D 3.5.
Players were supposed to build a kingdom, castle and army for themselves and rule.
Gave them two magical dices that would summon troops based on level and numbers by dice result.
Rolling a 1 on the level die would result on a epic level monster, far beyond the player control, it will rebel and attack on sight.

Took them four rolls.
5 posts and 4 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900831

>>900770
I never ever use weird luck-based items like that, seems to be a straight suicidal danger.

 No.900832

File: 1546936399766.png (186.2 KB, 500x647, 500:647, 833.png) ImgOps Google

>>900775
I'm always okay with PKs in games. It's a bit of a problem when other players do it, but, eh.

I quite loved All Guardsmen's Party's startup slaughterfest, though.

 No.900954

File: 1546966630869.jpg (171.28 KB, 1000x1071, 1000:1071, 7e0399a55851a87cd15a3aeb91….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>900777
Because horrible consequences are a fun thing.


 No.897625[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

File: 1546228730635.png (116.63 KB, 360x409, 360:409, Rarity flutterhug.png) ImgOps Google

yes i do! i love you!
84 posts and 69 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900461

File: 1546866779195.png (441.65 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, fs_ss.png) ImgOps Google

>>900448
>Love is a thing that must be experienced to understand,

I understand that Juliet killed herself and it had to do with love.

>and a thing that is absolutely worth living without once known.

I think you mean not worth living without.  That's the suicide bit, I guess.  No, I don't think I can support this kind of thing, too dangerous.  I'm not a murderer.

>Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

Juliet had a bright future ruined by love.  I guess maybe if you have a sort of low-level love, and you marry, and make babies and are pretty happy with your family, that seems OK.  I mean, that's part of why I'm here, I guess (and I intend to decided not to regret my existence, so we have some argument for love).

 No.900542

>>900461

>and a thing that is absolutely worth living without once known.

I meant exactly what i said:  once experienced and lost, life continues to be worth living.  In fact much more so than before.

Juliet is not real but a tragic fictional character who did in fact literally not have a life or behave real.  Fictional characters do not make decisions nor do they experience.

 No.900846

File: 1546945338883.png (930.75 KB, 1280x904, 160:113, fs_9.png) ImgOps Google

>>900542
Oh, OK.  I understand fiction is not real, but fiction is often used to idealize.  Something that's intolerable in its idea form must be suspicious in any other form, too.  My kind would need a healthier thing.  Like usual, I suppose it would be up to me to invent it.  I'm working on healthier college right now, though.


 No.899785[Reply]

File: 1546668218499.png (110.65 KB, 352x318, 176:159, everything is wonderful ya….png) ImgOps Google

Post a single line or two from a song you're listening to that describes your life!

You can also share the song!
15 posts and 7 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900784

File: 1546913819786.jpg (105.17 KB, 939x859, 939:859, 01463bdde8fc5120cfa435d12a….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

It's the one I want now
You'll never do wrong
You'll never do wrong
Did I ever, ever
Ever do you wrong?

 No.900798


 No.900823

"I don't wanna be someone who walks away so easily

I'm here to stay and make the difference that I can make

Our differences they do a lot to teach us how to use the tools and gifts we've got..."


 No.900453[Reply]

File: 1546865988341.jpg (89.12 KB, 600x443, 600:443, walls-8e0b068b330684f5d506….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

What is your favorite type of wall?
10 posts and 7 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.900679

File: 1546890187071.jpg (41.77 KB, 500x397, 500:397, proxy.duckduckgo.com.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>900453
>Walls
Pfft, lame

 No.900782

File: 1546913548977.jpg (29.77 KB, 480x480, 1:1, platelet_42317915_21585664….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>900646
That reminds me of platelets.

 No.900797

>>900782
To me it looks like a sushi box.

I keep wanting to eat the cell structures with chopsticks.


 No.900780[Reply]

File: 1546912918254.jpg (262.72 KB, 988x763, 988:763, bshow_by_acesential-d82d9m….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

The Brony Show 331 - A new year, a new Pony Age

Wow those were some wild holidays, and now we're finally starting to crawl out from under the table and out of our beds and get back into the swing of things. So we decided we're going to try out a full release of Pony Age now that's come out. Will it become a staple of our arcade? Come on in and join us!

Be sure to join us at https://thebronyshow.net/ at 6PM PST/ 9PM EST live this and every Monday. You can also join us an hour early for the Brony show preshow and get your brony show starting early. You can catch our podcast archives here at https://vimeo.com/thebronyshow. If you want to be part of the show, let us know! Email Circuit at bronyshow@gmail.com. Also be sure to tune in to our affiliate Ponyville live for the show and more fun things after the show at http://ponyvillelive.com/


 No.900755[Reply]

File: 1546904584109.png (178.34 KB, 550x430, 55:43, 6A2E1621-B813-4C74-9773-81….png) ImgOps Google

You're all goina dye!

 No.900760

File: 1546905370801.jpg (55.71 KB, 736x736, 1:1, tia2.jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

>>900755
So will everypony except Celestia.  

She's immortal.

 No.900767

File: 1546906366789.jpg (123.54 KB, 851x1199, 851:1199, c3dec36eb1b30d43d8dc3f864a….jpg) ImgOps Exif Google

huh, okay.
What color though?


 No.900756[Reply]

File: 1546904632870.jpeg (59.88 KB, 406x299, 406:299, 4F66630E-C628-4AB8-A955-2….jpeg) ImgOps Google

I want to be inside rainbow dash

 No.900759

File: 1546905302616.png (82.14 KB, 600x523, 600:523, pinkyrainbow2.png) ImgOps Google

>>900756
To be or not to be inside rainbow dash.

There is no question.


[]
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
[ home ] [ pony / rp / canterlot / rules ] [ arch ]