Some Germans want to create government-funded feminist pornography that would celebrate different body shapes for educational purposes, the Daily Mail reported Friday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s democrat-socialist union accepted a proposal from a youth wing in Berlin to subsidize feminist pornography available on German broadcasting stations ARD and ZRF in order to combat sexism, according to the Daily Mail. The proposal also wanted these two broadcasters to buy feminist pornography for movies available online. The goal of feminist pornography aims to create many different types of porn featuring old and young people, overweight people and people of different racial backgrounds. (RELATED: German Girls Wear Temporary Tattoos That Say ‘No’ To Stop Sex Attacks At Pools)
“Mainstream porn generally shows sexist and racial stereotypes in which consent is not a theme and certain ‘optimal’ body types are made as standard,” the German Socialist Democratic Party (SPD) wrote in the proposal. (RELATED: Remember NYC’s Penis Mural? Well, One Just Appeared In Stockholm)
“In feminist porn there are fat, skinny, young and old people and the sex is enjoyed by everyone,” said Heike Hoffmann, a 20-year-old history student who is the deputy head of state of the Young Socialists of the SPD. (RELATED: Wild Safe Sex Ad Featuring Water Hoses And Sausages Is Being Called Too Raunchy For Television [VIDEO])
“At least my experience says, guys often think, ‘I want to be like this guy in porn,'” Hoffmann also told German newspaper Die Welt in December. (RELATED: Provocative Sex Toy Ads To Appear On NYC Subway)
Hoffmann also criticized non-feminist porn, saying it is like a “performance or competitive sport.” The young politician noted that it is important for youth to instead have a greater range of choices so they can watch feminist pornography.
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