Starbucks Bans PORN From Its Wi-Fi, YouPorn Bans Starbucks In Offices

So if you want to watch porn, you have to bring your own!

Starbucks is permissive with a lot of stuff. Anyone can use their bathrooms. Anyone can sit there and use their wifi. And anyone can order a dessert coffee like a Pumpkin Spice Latte for breakfast even though that is so many calories and so much sugar to eat for a meal that early on! Oh also, did you know that you can look at porn at Starbucks until recently? I mean, you shouldn’t, just– unlike apparently at McDonald’s and Chick-Fil-A– porn is not banned at the popular coffee chain. (I know this from READING about it! I will have you know! Not my frustration at having no pornography load at the fast food establishment of my choice!)

Starbucks has announced that in 2019, they will be setting up blocks to stop the streaming of pornography in their coffee shops. So perverts, you got one month to ruin your lives by looking at this stuff in public! Just kidding, please don’t do it, you’ll ruin everyone’s day.

Starbucks said: “To ensure the Third Place remains safe and welcoming to all, we have identified a solution to prevent this content from being viewed within our stores and we will begin introducing it to our US locations in 2019”.

The parent group “Enough is Enough” signed a petition earlier to encourage Starbucks to block pornography, saying it opens up the doors for sex criminals to come into the coffee shop, which… well, I don’t know. Who’s watching porn in public?

Meanwhile, as a response to the story, according to Forbes, YouPorn has banned Starbucks in its offices. Which is fine. Support your local mom and pop, fellow porn viewers!

So I guess if you want to go watch porn in Starbucks you have to bring it in yourself! Much like the delicious milk in a fine latté…. well… I’m steamed! Just kidding, don’t watch porn in Starbucks folks, that’s some weird stuff.

What do you think of Starbucks’ blocking of pornography? Is this kind of thing long overdue? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.

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