Throughout human history, people have been fascinated by urination and defecation. References to these subjects were commonplace in early literature and art.
In more recent times, however, the depiction of women in this regard has become a social taboo and even a crime in some cultures. People have actually gone to prison over the issue.
In 1998, GirlsPooping.Com came into existence. It was one of the first websites to present the act of female pooping in a tame manner with some eroticism. Its popularity grew for several years, making it the best known website of its kind in the world. For a brief moment, it appeared that the "Poop Fetish" movement was about to become mainstream. Under influence from religious political groups, the Bush Administration unlawfully attacked GirlsPooping.Com in 2003, forced it out of business, and incarcerated its webmasters - dragging America back into the 19th Century.
The U.S. Government’s argument is that the depiction of female excretory functions is harmful to society and can cause some people who view the material to commit violent acts against women. These opinions are scientifically unfounded. University studies
have shown quite the opposite effect.
A group of college students researching First Amendment legal issues was so angered by the censorship of the United States that they decided to resurrect GirlsPooping.Com as a political protest. Elements of the original GirlsPooping.Com have been preserved – including many of the same video clips that were seized, destroyed, and banned by the U.S. Government.
It is the purpose of this website to allow people to decide for themselves if the depiction of female excretory functions incites such violent impulses. If they don’t want to view these depictions, they have the freedom of choice to exit
this website. The only organization that ever FORCED anyone to watch an obscene video is the United States Federal Government - subjecting reluctant jurors to participate in its unlawful obscenity show trials.
The 2003 closure of GirlsPooping.Com seems more ridiculous now since far more graphic and "obscene" scat videos like "2 Girls 1 Cup"
have become part of mainstream American pop culture. "The Human Centipede"
, a mainstream horror film released in 2010, incorporated a repulsive fecal theme into its screenplay with extremely violent and exploitative undertones. It has yet to incite any action by U.S. authorities.