We Want Porn And We Want It At Work!

Let’s face it – if you could watch porn at work, you would. You might not watch it for long, deciding to instead have a quick peek and go for a cheeky wank in the toilets later, but you would definitely be tempted to look.
Man searching for porn

And why not? Porn is a lot of fun to watch, and seeing the guy pounding the girl’s wet pussy over a table is a huge turn on. However, for obvious reasons many work places have banned porn and other sites they deem inappropriate.

By filtering the data in this way, it has created a huge issue called Net Neutrality. Basically, many feel that all data on the Internet should be treated equally, and that is the excuse some workers in India are citing for allowing porn sites at work. Wait, what?

Hard at work

The Net Neutrality debate is a huge deal. Some feel that Internet providers and work places have the right to discriminate against the content that can and can’t get through. It makes sense in some places, such as schools where they might want to keep certain sensitive items away from young eyes.

However, in the work place it tends to be used to make sure your staff don’t go straying and looking at things you might not approve of while they are working. Sure, if they do it all the time you need to take action, but what if some other entirely innocent sites get caught in the mass blocking of websites?

That is how some of the top MNC IT workers feel about it, and have come forward to protest against the blocking of certain sites… some of which are, of course, porn.

Mahesh Babu of Infee software said that “we are only demanding unblocking of porn sites because we are in absolute support of Net Neutrality. We’d never watch porn at work. Really.”

Somehow, I don’t quite think I believe him.

Work porn

Yes, there are many saying that they would never dream of watching porn at work, but let’s be honest here. If you had the chance to watch a bit of porn at work, you would. You’d quite happily do it, and you probably wouldn’t even feel guilty about it.

However, there are some others who are far more open to the idea of accessing and watching some hot and steamy porn at work. They look forward to the chance to do so.

Men such as Ram Ratan Shukla, of TeeSeeYuss Software, said “I am on bench for last 4.5 years, there are so many of us on bench now. We are sometimes 3 people on one bench now. Least they can do is give us basic utilities like porn at work.”

So, apparently porn is now a basic utility that we should all have access to at work. Who is going to be the first to try that one on their boss?
sexy picture on smart phone

Little support

However, there has been very little support for this protest by the IT workers so far. It seems that not many agree that porn at work should be allowed.

That said, Narayan Moorthy, the IT employee welfare association President, said that “it is a just demand, especially for those on bench. They are demoralised and their onsite friends call them Bench-ods, in fact, the benching norms are so unfair, IT sector needs a BenchNeutrality movement of its own.”

The entire Net Neutrality situation seems to be splitting groups down the middle. Some think that certain websites need blocking or monitoring, while others think that there should be freedom everywhere for you to watch the porn you want wherever you want.

Honestly, I don’t know if this argument will work. Giving people access to porn at work means they will be watching porn at work, instead of actually getting on with their job. Maybe I’m wrong, but I’m pretty sure most people would have an incognito window open, ready to minimise the moment their boss comes around.

Would you risk watching porn at work if you could, or have you watched porn at work before? Let us know by posting on the Escort Wales forum, or by leaving a comment in the comment box below.

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Lara Mills

Lara Mills is a writer who has four years of sex industry expertise behind her. Since she entered the adult industry, she has worked on the Escort Advertising forums, before moving into her current role three years ago.

Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.

In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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