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I finally got around to doing one. I remember going to the AVN Web site and clicking on Adult Video. I wanted to watch Charlie Daniels -- I thought it was such a great film -- but I wanted to see it in its original dubbed version. I didn't want to have to re-translate it. So I clicked on Blurred Lines, and then I clicked on Gay Blurred Lines. And then I clicked on Blurred Bodies. And then I clicked on Closet Blurred. And then I clicked on Blurred Rooms. And then I clicked on Blurred Bodies. I clicked on Blurred Rooms. And then I clicked on Blurred Bodies. It was so confusing. I couldn't tell which screen I was on, so I got confused. And then I got really lost. And I remember thinking, What's the big deal? Why don't I just watch porn on all of them? And I would watch porn on all of them. And then I would hit next, and then previous, and then next, and then previous, and then next. And I'd watch that loop over and over again. I was watching porn on all my computers. And then I realized: This is what porn is really about. It's about our sense of privacy being violated. Our sense of identity being undermined. Our sense of community being undermined. And our sense of sexuality itself being undermined. When we're presented with a choice between: continue to accept pornography as an integral part of our daily lives, or we can say goodbye to it and say again that we are astonished at how far we've come, that we've blown it, that there's nothing fundamentally wrong with it, then we'll say again that we are amazed at how far we've come.
Nine months ago, I launched a new organization, the Open Pornographers Group, with the goal of creating a space for open access pornography creators in the United States and internationally. Today, we are more active than ever, and we are proud to report that, on June 30th, 2016, alone, we have added 116,000 images and videos, and counting. That's more than Netflix's catalog. Now, that's a novel number, but it's pretty close to the real number. Every single one of those videos has been featured in major media, and we estimate that every single one of those videos has been viewed by over 125 million people. That means that, on an annual basis, we are watching to many more people than are watching baseball.
Now, we're not going to try and force you to watch these videos. We're not going to force you to watch these videos. Open Pornographers Group, they have their own servers, they own the copyright, and we don't have the legal right to watch these videos. We