Now we know why Democrats insist on net neutrality: without it, free porn is doomed

 I don't think I'm going to like this

I don't think I'm going to like this

Or that's the claim.

The FCC’s decision on Thursday to kill net neutrality rules that provide for equal access online to all types of content will likely reshape the multibillion-dollar porn industry in the coming years.
It’s hard to overstate just how much porn is consumed online. Last year Pornhub viewers alone watched over 91 billion videos and there were a total of 44,000 visits to the site per hour.
But now that internet service providers will be able to control what users can access and charge a range of prices based on the type of content, that could change.
Pornhub and similar sites have been vocal about fighting against the repeal of net neutrality.
“Without [net neutrality], the cable and wireless companies that control internet access will have unfair power to pick winners and losers in the market,” Corey Price, vice president of Pornhub, told Motherboard.
The changes will impact anyone’s ability to watch porn and to upload their own pornographic content.
Alex Hawkins, a spokesperson for xHamster, told Life Site News the repeal would favor the promotion online of a “heteronormative version of sexuality.”

Tough to believe that the porn industry that flourished under the unregulated Internet days through 2015 is now dependent on protective regulations. On the other hand, I might be in favor of society's promoting "a heteronormative version of sexuality", if I even knew what that meant.