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General Election Special – Porn is Preferred to Politics ?-

British MP unfazed by favoriting porn

           

Labour MP Simon Danczuk (file photo)

                

Labour MP Simon Danczuk (file photo)

A British lawmaker says politicians should not be berated for viewing porn.

Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:54PM

Labour MP Simon Danczuk has admitted that he watches pornography.

The lamaker, whose wifeKaren Danczukhas been posting photos of herself online, admitted his phone had tagged as a “favourite” a porn site on Twitter.

However, the 48-year-old was not embarrassed about the gaffe and insisted: “I am a man of the world and it is part of life, many people do.”

“Let’s be truthful about this. If I am being asked have I ever used porn, then the answer is yes,” British media quoted him as saying.  

“I think there is far too much of that in politics and I think don’t put politicians on a pedestal. Let’s just have real conversations about real issues. The reality is politicians are under scrutiny and many others have been caught out on this,” Danczuk said.

He also pointed out that one of PM David Cameron’s official accounts was found to be following a “high class escort agency” on Twitter.

“It’s something that easily happens. We are under a lot of scrutiny,” the British lawmaker emphasized.

This is while his wife Karen has said in a tweet that “if you’re not watching it (porn) yourself, you really need to. It’s healthy.”

The British MP, who has campaigned against child sexual exploitation, hit the headlines last week when he said in an interview in the New Statesman that Labour Party leader Ed Miliband was considered more of a “toff” by voters than PM David Cameron.

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