GIVE ME BACK MY PORN!

Please excuse the upper case title to this post. I know convention means that to indicate I’m shouting, and that’s exactly what I want to do.

It turns out Google have made a move to censor porn, especially from their image searches. I FUCKING OBJECT! Where you used to be able to filter image searches on the basis of Strict filtering / Moderate filtering / No filtering, the guardians of morality have now decided we only need the option to Filter explicit results. There is no option to Show explicit results, and as far as I can make out, there is no way to turn this off.

If you don’t believe me, try doing a Google image search for cock fucking a cunt.

When confronted with the problem, I Googled google image search filtering, and it turns out CNET solicited the following from Google.

If you’re looking for adult content, you can find it without having to change the default setting — you just may need to be more explicit in your query if your search terms are potentially ambiguous.

Just how more explicit do I need to be to find images of a cock fucking a cunt?
How the hell is that remotely ambiguous?

It’s bad enough Google want to stop me viewing porn, but I assume it also means that no one will be able to find my blog through Google. I’m fucking livid!

It may be time to stop using Google, but in the meantime, if you think Google have got it wrong, do an image search for sexually explicit images, using the most explicit words you can think of (I used cock fucking a cunt) and then scroll down to the bottom of the page. There you will see a link for Give us feedback. Click on that and a box will appear allowing you to tell Google to stick their censorship up their judgemental, puritanical arses.

Rant over.

Have a nice day.

6 Responses to “GIVE ME BACK MY PORN!”

  1. yes, I dislike Google’s dictatorial behavior,it is as if they’re owning the net and feels it has the automatic right to set rules, but too bad Google is still the monopoly for net search, but this monopolistic position is under challenge from mobile computing where Google is still not that strong, I’m trying to figure out how to make my sexual blog easily accessible by way of mobile search, so that people like me and you don’t have to be at the mercy of Google’s ever changing rules to make life difficult for us!

  2. Ok what the fuck…Am I not allowed to copy and paste on here??? This is the third time I am leaving you a message, So if you get all three I am sorry , I can be a dim whit sometimes…I googled cocks fucking cunts and got a whole page of shit..
    massive cocks fucking tight pussy- huge cock small pussy shit like that…A lot of it is from xvideo which is one of my favorites but my computer has problems with it. It takes like 5 minutes to start the video. Other ones that came up where porn hub, youporn, youjizz, warmpussytube…thats a new one I will have to check that one out..redtube and a few more I have not heard of….
    It was funny the other night my man came home and i have two different porn videos going..and I was also on pintest so I had three screens minimize. I was milt-tasking he just laughed at me.

  3. Totally agree. A couple of years ago I typed in ‘manga girl’ for some artwork I was working on. I had to warn my young teenage daughter not to type those words into Google – didn’t want her to see images of girls with huge eyes being fucked by a monster (as in 2 foot) penis. Now the same words just bring up images of cute manga girls,some in slightly risqué clothing. Not that I am desperate to see pictures of monster penises (or is it peni?) but the option would be nice – I’m sure you can tell me a way round Google blocking images!

    • Depending on whether the filtering in the US is the same, you should be able to urn off “Safe Search”. (I think that’s what Google call it. Alternatively use Bing for image searches – as much as I dislike the Microsoft empire, at least they’re happy to let us look for girls with huge eyes being fucked by monsters with monsters … for now, at least.

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