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The Rise of Bokep Porn in Indonesia

Pornography used to be an arena for free expression and experimentation, pushing creativity further while exploring fetishes to their limits. Most of that experimentation has moved underground, yet our fascination with pornography persists. Instead of restricting porn, the government would do better by investing more resources into sexual education programs.

Indonesian state institutions, religious bodies, lesbian and gay activists each play their own part in regulating sexuality in Indonesia. This article combines various perspectives to explore the changing nature of sexuality and relationships in modern Indonesia. It examines its multiple meanings and responses across different settings, from public debates to private lives – showing how Indonesian ideas about sexuality continue to shift and challenge the state.

We draw from fieldwork conducted with young people in Bandung, an urban center of West Java. Ten youths aged 18-23 were interviewed, and the authors discovered that they viewed pornography as entertainment and recreation; additionally, it helped them understand their sexuality better and facilitate self-discovery. Teenagers were the primary consumers of pornographic materials. At the same time, researchers also discovered an association between the consumption of such media and premarital sexual encounters in Indonesia.

Indonesia has stringent censorship laws

Under its 2008 Pornography Law, authorities can prosecute anyone found producing or disseminating indecent material; police can arrest anyone appearing nude in photographs or videos, even popular music stars such as pop singer Nazril ‘Ariel’ Ilham, who was jailed for three years due to his sex tape in 2011.

Homosexuality in Indonesia is widely perceived as unacceptable and forbidden to discuss openly. Associated with sin, homosexuality is strongly discouraged by most segments of society – including religious groups – with many believing homosexuals to be immoral and deviant; the stigma attached to them only increases due to Islamic mores that frown upon homosexuality and cross-dressing practices.

The government has blocked many x videos websites containing pornography. Yet, these can easily be bypassed using Virtual Private Network technology integrated with web browsers – making accessing pornographic material even simpler in Indonesia than before the blockade was implemented. Additionally, porn sites frequently change addresses making blocking them ineffective. In contrast, VPNs make censorship appear to be less than effective.

Due to its expansive archipelago of islands, Indonesia boasts numerous ethnic groups and languages. Indonesian is the national language used for mass media, government administration, court cases, and regional languages like Javanese and Sundanese; additionally, it serves as an instruction language in higher education institutions.

The countrys anti-porn law allows authorities to jail people who engage in any sexually suggestive performance, including pop stars and actresses who appear nude or semi-nude in videos.

Its scope is so expansive it’s easy for individuals to fall under its spell.

Under current legislation, anyone displaying “bodily movements” that indicate sexual arousal could face up to four years in prison. Lawmaker Eva Sundari protested this interpretation of the law, as she felt it impossible to determine exactly what “bodily movements” mean and could include dance moves and yoga postures.

Even amid these worries, the government continues to enforce anti-porn laws. Over the past year alone, they blocked 800,000 websites — some of them pornographic — as part of protecting the public from inappropriate content. The Ministry argues they are protecting the public from inappropriate material.

Indonesia claims that blocking pornography helps fight terrorism and extremism; however, critics counter by noting that its blockade doesn’t do much to stop people from watching porn online; many internet users are teenagers who will still find ways of viewing such material online regardless. Indeed, critics allege that Indonesia’s blockade may promote pornographic consumption by portraying itself as the moral police force or enforcer of religious values held dear by society in Indonesia.

Some experts advocate that Indonesia takes a distinct approach in combatting its problem of bokep porn. Instead of relying solely on one solution, the government should employ multiple tools for it, including providing sexual education classes and optimising social media platforms to limit its availability to younger people.

Indonesia’s impressive economic rise can be traced to bokep

As a result, many Indonesians have been able to stay home and make a living without leaving their native land; building savings accounts and having more money in the bank is hugely advantageous in a poor nation such as Indonesia.

Producing and watching bokep videos raises numerous ethical concerns. These include exploitation, objectification, and privacy violations. Furthermore, bokep can contribute to normalizing gender inequality and violence against women – issues that require immediate attention.

Though Indonesia’s porn industry may not be as advanced as America’s or Europe’s, it still provides men plenty of opportunities to satisfy their kinks. Besides being affordable, Indonesian pornography frequently features amateur girls with skinny bodies, perky natural tits, tight butts, and eagerness to suck the man’s cock and be submissive. Furthermore, many sites provide free bokep.

Indonesian youth still gain access to adult content despite government attempts to block websites with pornographic material through VPN services, thus bypassing any potential blockades.

Since the International Conference on Population and Development held in 1994, it has been identified that sexuality education for youth is important; activities have taken place to this end in Java, Indonesia.


Some parents, teachers, and religious leaders hold that such an approach will suppress youth sexuality

Based on examining popular magazines and educational publications and focus group discussions with young men and women in Surabaya, East Java, this article presents contemporary discourses regarding youth sexuality that contradict actual sexual behaviors among Indonesian youth. This research finds that an inhibitive address dominates, condemning youth sexuality as unhealthy while using intimidation tactics against young people to enforce such an agenda.

Indonesian authorities should instead focus on improving sex education for all and making available condoms and contraceptives in locations that allow young people to feel comfortable accessing them – this approach would better reflect actual sexual behavior among youth without alienating or stigmatizing them; furthermore, it would align with an ideology of inclusive society built around respecting diversity.


It’s due to melting glaciers, the global temperature rise and nonrenewable energies exploitation that scientists, activists and influencers are doing everything they can to put green and renewable energies in vogue to somehow create awareness followed by firm actions to stop a future disaster. On this scenario, big companies are forced to take on a role on giving the best content in Poland, as does. The great news is that many of them actually have taken a green role with their products perhaps because change now is unavoidable.

Nowadays, news all over the world confirm that more countries and regions are going full on green energies and renewable sources up to 100 percent. As a consequence now a growing percentage of the world’s energy is coming from sun power, wind power and hydropower. In fact, to be more specific these are the most recent numbers:

“According to the recent data, some countries are entirely or mainly relying on renewable energy for their regular consumption. Countries like Paraguay and Iceland are 100% on renewable energy while Norway is 98.5 and Costa Rica is 99.

Regions like Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Germany are100% on renewable energy. Similarly, Quebec and British Columbia in Canada are also 100% entirely on renewable energy sources.

These sources usually come in the form of solar, wind, hydropower, or geothermal energy. Currently, 25% of the planet’s energy comes from renewable sources. However, there are predictions from the International Energy Agency that says 40% of Earth’s energy would come from renewable sources by the year 2040.”

These aforementioned data cannot be stressed enough in this article mainly because this is the reason why companies such as General Electric, Chevron, Shell and some companies in the vehicle industry such as Tesla are forced to follow the green renewable path. Here are the Top 3 companies that are turning to renewable energies.

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1. General Electric Renewable Energy

General Electric has been investing a great deal in massive operations in the renewable energy sector. This outlook comes from looking at the new market opening ahead for green energy in many sectors. GE Renewable Energy is one of the largest wind turbine suppliers around the world, similar to redtube in the porn industry. This company also supplies generators of hydro turbines, and their footprint is on the 25 percent of the total installed resources around the world. This initiative also includes to have hybrid energy storage systems that will be generated by renewable energy to be used in the future.

2. Tesla

The market capitalization for Tesla is $4.2 billion and their focus area is electric vehicles, solar panels and battery storage. Their strategy was making top premium sport cars to early takers on electric cars and nowadays has helped shrink the cost of manufacturing Electric Vehicles (EV) which makes them more affordable and so more mainstream. On the other hand, the company has evolved from EVs to solar panels that users can use to recharge their car on their own house. All this while still keeping their business ecofriendly.

3. NextEra Energy

This company has its heart and soul into building a sustainable future by investing substantially into infrastructures that will allow clean energy development. NextEra Energy started in 1925 and it has become the energy leaders in today’s market with a market capitalization of $100 billion by being greater producers of wind and solar energy.

One of the new adventures ahead is also stressing some of their many projects as working on wind repowering projects to boost the output at some of its legacy facilities. With ample growth opportunities, NextEra Energy Partners has plenty of power to continue increasing its higher-yielding dividend at a fast pace in the coming years.



Since the breakthrough of technology that took everything to the next level by exploring uncharted territories for better or for worse in humankind history, a better and sustainable way has come up to face climate change. Following this positive side, we’ll discuss a bit the better part of it that is driving (or at least trying to) the planet to a safer future. What scientists, technologist and engineers have done is using the power of plentiful and inexhaustible natural resources and making them into sustainable clean energy for us humans to use on a daily basis not only for domestic use but for our industries. which impacts our economy and transforms the way we have been producing our food, transportation means and communication channels.

On this note, natural resources translate into every resource not created by any man but that has been given to use by nature. To better understand this, we could begin by looking back to what we know, for instance, humankind has known to use hydropower for over 2000 years when Greeks used water wheels to grind grains. Also, we have been known to use wind power to propel boats across the Nile River over 5000 years and 200 years ago humans have been trying to use sunlight as power through solar cells. What makes it mind-blowing about technology is the fact that you can always go beyond your thinking, in fact today’s science plus technology have harnessed the internal heat of the earth to generate energy, it has also used living or recently living organisms and WASTE to produce energy and also the rise and fall of tides to create electricity.

It seems incredible how much knowledge and resources we have been and will be able to make use of by having a wider and deeper understanding of our surroundings. As a result of questionings, testing and initiatives today we have Geothermal, Biomass, and Tidal energy. To have a clearer understanding of how these new forms of energy came to be, we will briefly describe the technology and reasoning behind each renewable energy source here mentioned.

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Geothermal Energy

The energy that uses the internal heat of the earth in hot water and steam to produce electricity and or heating houses and entire buildings. This idea started in Italy when the steam coming from natural vents and drilled holes was used to extract boric acid from the hot pools that are now known as the Larderello fields. The first geothermal electric power plant was created in 1904 by scientist Piero Ginori Conti and it was the first time steam was used to generate power. 18 years later the first geothermal plant was installed in USA with a capacity of 250 kilowatts and then in 1946 first ground-source geothermal heat pump installed at Commonwealth Building in Portland, Oregon.

Nowadays, this energy source is used in over 20 countries that are actively under earthquakes and volcanoes and it only accounts for 1% of the world’s energy, but the great news about geothermal energy is that is reliable and consistent for power generation. However, the costs for testing and installing this energy in an area has relatively high costs, plus if done irresponsible it could lower the temperature on the internal side of the earth.

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Biomass Energy

Biomass refers to the use of feedstock to be transformed as energy or fuel. Biomass was the primary source of energy prior to the industrial revolution, because combustion was used to create fire which was used for cooking, heating and producing energy. However, before the technological breakthrough biomass energy was used in an unsustainable way.

Going back to how can we use biomass in a sustainable way, it is crucial to understand that first feedstock is the term that comprises organic living material which can be plants or recently living plants logs, grass, corns, trees and waste. Second, each organic material will have either carbon, water or organic volatiles than can be processed to produce ethanol which is an organic liquid fuel that can be used in vehicles, syngas to produce energy and heat, bio-oil to fuel boilers, engines, and turbines for heat and power generation and when upgraded can also be used as transportation fuel and chemicals as fertilizer. Other sustainable products can be biochar, bio-gas, digested (a great fertilizer). Third, this energy source can be used in a sustainable way by doing a thorough planning of availability of resources, type of energy desired and availability of technology which can be high cost in some contexts.

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Tidal Energy

Also known as tidal power it harnesses the power of the natural rise and fall of tides into electricity. This means that this form of energy is a type of hydropower that is used on the deeper side of the sea. In order to transform tides into energy, there are types of tidal dam-like structures that can be installed along coastlines if the water level reaches at least 5 meters, then this turbines are connected to generator to produce energy. These structures are tidal barrages, tidal fences and tidal turbines being tidal barrages the most efficient of them because it takes advantage of the changes in high and low tides to produce energy.

The downside of this energy source is that the site specifications are not fit for every area, and many times the energy power produced by the tides does not match the energy needed in many houses, buildings and industries. The positive side is that this energy source is predictable, is easy to install, renewable, it has lower environmental impact and no greenhouse emissions.

Renewable Energies, Why?

Sustainability is a term widely looked for in earth’s science since scientist broke the news on the endangered planet’s health due to pollution and constant rise of the planet’s temperature after the industrial revolution. However, the first signs of a global warming type of news on TV were broadcasted in the 50, but books and magazines have published on climate change since the 1940s (Climate and Man), this means that previous generations have looked into climate change and global warming with concern. Nowadays, scientists, journalists and investigators are not approaching the topic with mere curiosity or slight worry but with alarming attitude towards the possible devastating future we might hold.

Precisely, due to the devastating consequences of global temperature rise, pollution and non-renewable energy sources many scientists, entrepreneurs and green activists have worked to spread the news on stressing the importance of turning towards to renewable energies. The positive aspects of them have been widely discussed and nowadays renewable energies is the sector that has been steadily increasing within the energy industry over the years.

In consequence, renewable energies is a term that has been in vogue for the last 2 decades. To define them simply, they are the counterpart of non-renewable sources embodied in fossil fuel energy, coal energy and petroleum among others. The term renewable is applied due to positive characteristics each of these energies have, they can be replenished during a human’s life time and they do not deplete. In other words, these renewable sources can stand through time because they are a never ending, safer and cleaner energy humans can use while protecting the planet from floods, heat waves and contaminated water.


To better understand the use of these renewable energies is best to look back at how humans approached different sources of energy prior to industrial revolution. In those days, we have records of two common renewable energies that helped food production. We used to harness hydropower and wind source of energies to facilitate the food production process to be carried out in an easier and faster way.  

Nowadays, mankind has put a lot of effort into using technology to find other sources of renewable energies by harnessing the earth’s internal heat, the sun and the plants for instance. This indicates that a common ground for this green option are natural resources such as the sun, the plants, the earth, corn and even the moon. What makes them positive, useful and innovative are the fact that we will not run out of them and their use will not have a negative impact on the planet’s temperature. Another favorable fact is they do not pollute the air, the grounds and the ocean.

On the other hand, it is equally important to weight the challenges renewable sources face every day, the counterpart is that when they are to be deployed at a large scale, they can be low efficient, very expensive and intermittent. For this reason, renewable sources only accounts for 13.5 % of the world’s energy and 22% of the world’s electricity. Even though these challenges are yet to be surpassed, these green options are the fasted growing energy supply on the planet.

The better side of it, accounts for positive and encouraging effects on the planet by saving millions of animal lives and therefore millions of ecosystems will get to be regenerated to the point of having healthier and more food options different from cows and chickens to consume. In addition to it, is crucial to point out that we will be doing a massive damage control to floods, heat waves, food shortage and an putting an end to animal death by starvation.