Dillan Boutin

massage therapist
Township Of Washington, NJ, United States

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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Does everything has to be always nice, sweet and covered in flowers in order to be good?
I may not entirely understand the question so please correct me if I am getting off track. I believe that sometimes breaking laws is a good thing. Sometimes laws do not represent true justice and that these laws shouldn't be followed and people should stand up for what they believe in. In America we have the rights to freedom of speech and that we should exercise that right to speak out against things being unfair. There is a great quote by Martin Luther King Jr. who said "Modern psychology has a word that is probably used more than any other word. It is the word "maladjusted." Now we all should seek to live a well—adjusted life in order to avoid neurotic and schizophrenic personalities. But there are some things within our social order to which I am proud to be maladjusted and to which I call upon you to be maladjusted. I never intend to adjust myself to segregation and discrimination. I never intend to adjust myself to mob rule. I never intend to adjust myself to the tragic effects of the methods of physical violence and to tragic militarism. I call upon you to be maladjusted to such things. I call upon you to be as maladjusted to such things.
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Can we now ban brutal and abusive porn that demeans women by way of a class action suit to file for damages to women and society in general
Chad your last post just went in a hundred different directions. I want to hear your criteria for acceptable pornography. I have my own opinions on this issue but I would really like to hear yours. 1. At what point does something become pornography? 2. What is the difference between softcore and hardcore pornography? 3. Can a naked picture of a man or women ever be considered art? 4. When does art start becoming pornography? 5. If art is entire subjective can pornography be art? 6. How do you think pornography should be regulated?
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
If you could live anywhere on earth or beyond, where would it be and why?
I have not been to countries other than the United States and Canada. My time in Canada was short-lived as I was on a ski trip with my family. I enjoyed myself tremendously and the people I encountered were very respectful and interesting. I have a personal attachment to the state of Vermont. I have lived most of my life in New Jersey and really miss the winding hills and green mountains of Vermont. I consider myself to be a more liberal person and Vermont seems to encourage my belief system. I like that most of Vermont encourages buying food from local farms and buying organic. The trouble with Vermont is find an area that is the right proportions of seclusion and society.
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Can we now ban brutal and abusive porn that demeans women by way of a class action suit to file for damages to women and society in general
It's proven that anything that causes pleasure can be habit forming. While I wouldn't consider seeing pornography to be at the same level of addiction as the use of narcotics. Orgasm and arousal do release chemicals that cause pleasure and therefore can be habit forming. People can become addicted to anything, food, sex, money, emotions. I don't think the proper way of stopping addiction is to ban them or get rid of them entirely but instead to encourage an awareness and healthy way of excepting them. I don't have much knowledge or experience on the subject of prostitution other than that people "mostly impoverished women" sell sexual services for money. I hope you understand that I do not support child pornography, sexual assault, or mistreatment of women. I also agree that there may be material on the web that could be labeled pornography that is actually "sexual assault" just as there is material on the web of people being mutilated and murdered. I strongly believe that videos of women being raped should be taken down the moment they're discovered. I also believe that "actresses" or "pornstars" have a right to stand up for themselves and declare a working environment that is more hospitable. I don't know if a union to protect "sex workers" exists but I am sure that it could be very beneficial to that profession. I think we all agree that sexually transmitted diseases are not helpful to humanity but their are ways of protecting ones self. I would think that "pornstars" have to be tested as well as legitimate prostitutes like in Las Vegas or Amsterdam. I am all for a stricter standard on pornography but not at all for banning it.
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Can we now ban brutal and abusive porn that demeans women by way of a class action suit to file for damages to women and society in general
I agree that children shouldn't be allowed to watch pornography. It is the parents job to block access to these mediums. I support the idea of labeling all pornography websites with (.xxx) instead of (.com) or (.net). I am still of the belief that pornography should be legal but I agree that women should not be treated as objects and that they should not be measured only by their ability to get someone off. I support pornography as long as both parties agree on the situation. This may seem off topic to you but what is your stance on female models? Aren't they being judged solely on their ability to be "Attractive".
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
does being fat an ugly thing?
I think that culture has a lot to do with perception of beauty. You suggested that being "FAT" was looked at as a beautiful thing in Africa. I think there is a healthy medium between "skinny and "FAT"... People are born with different body types and as hard as they might try will never be a size zero. I personally would rather a girl to be overweight than underweight. I think a certain level of "plumpness" is attractive. But the main thing to take away is that there is a supposed to be a healthy medium between "Anorexic and Obese".
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Can we now ban brutal and abusive porn that demeans women by way of a class action suit to file for damages to women and society in general
Naeem, I really liked the way that you structured your thoughts in this particular post. You said that you had many thoughts which many of us may not agree. I have opinions on this particular issue that you may not agree with. Legalization of prostitution should be the choice of the people of the particular country. In the United States prostitution is illegal in most states except for very few. Sexuality is a very tough issue to deal with because a lot of it has to do with the culture that one is brought up in. I believe that prostitution and pornography can serve a legitimate purpose in society if properly regulated. Sex is a natural part of life and can be very beneficial to peoples health and well being.
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Dillan Boutin
Posted about 4 years ago
Create a social networking site for those who deal with and suffer from the effects of cancer
I think that the creation of a social networking site that served a dual function as a support group would be a great idea. I think that for this site to be successful it would have to include support groups for many diverse groups of people not only people diagnosed with cancer. People in general need peers they can identify with and the ability to speak to one another. I do not know what people with cancer want from a social networking site but there are a tremendous amount of resources that if put together properly could serve as functional tools for people to share experiences, stories, recommendations, statistics.