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Porn on the Pod gets Bob Knight hot

Mike Tidmus pointed me to the latest unhinged rant by the penis-possessing pornfighter of Concerned Women of America’s Culture and Family Institute, Bob Knight. It appears that his latest obsession is the iPod’s capability to download and display some skinshots. (AgapePress)

According to reports inside the porn industry, parents who already have to compete against earbuds pumping music directly into their children’s ears may soon be facing an even more frightening opponent: pornographic images on video-capable iPods.

Parents are being warned of the smut industry’s effort to make hard-core pornographic imagery available to users of Apple Computer’s iPod and similar portable video devices. The popularity of Apple’s new video-capable portable technology has driven porn industry providers to introduce iPod-compatible video content.

Bob Knight, director of the Culture and Family Institute, is more emphatic. “This is a nightmare for parents who are trying to protect their kids from early exposure to porn,” Knight says. “In terms of delivering smut, the hand-held gadgets are already making the Internet look like a quaint, old steam engine.

“Parents need to know that they are potentially putting an X-rated porn shop right into their kid’s hands when they buy these [portable video players] for them.”

Mike doesn’t see what Bob’s problem is. Mike calls this video iPod, the Diablo in ravishing red.


Image via Idealist Future.

A nightmare for parents? Early porn exposure? As opposed to what, vine-ripened porn exposure?

So just to add a tad more agony to every christer parent’s nightmarish dilemma, here are the iPods on which your kids need to be watching Debbie does Dr Dobson … (drumroll) … the Podstar Diablo! Pictured above and described by their creator as, “Designs you’d sell your soul for,” Podstar offers four unique designs, each available in black or red.

And, hey, christer kiddies … all your friends are gonna own one!

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