Verv wrote:For instance, anti-pronography is generally a religious thing, and often doesn't bother religionless people.
I've always found the prudery of Theists rather strange. I mean if you're an atheist you may well have a secret sexual fantasy, that you might feel shame or at the very least caution about revealing to others. If you believe in the Abrahamic God on the otherhand, I think of the Christian God as a sort of Yahweh 3.1, then you have to get used to the fact that you're being watched for every moment of your existence, from every angle at extremely high resolutions. God is very vigilant you know, even more vigilant than the guards assigned to Epstein's suicide watch.
But the other thing is that God knows everything that is going to happen before it happens. The corollary of this is that, what ever the most sick, disgusting, perverted sexual thought you have is, you can be absolutely certain that God has thought it first. Therefore you are just reflecting the mind of God. Remember the same applies to pornographic videos. Every frame of every porn film that will ever be made had already been visualised by God before the world even began.
BTW if you're uncomfortable with Theism then just take Hui Neng's word for it:
If all is void from the beginning where can the dust alight?