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    People V. Larry Flynt

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    responses.” The Journal of Sex Research. V. 35, no.3 (1998). P. 244-53. Formon, Milos, dir. People vs. Larry Flynt. With Woody Harrelson and Edward Norton. Columbia Pictures, 1996. Lopez, Peter A.; George, William H. “Men’s enjoyment of explicit erotica: effects of person-specific attitudes and gender-specific norms.” The Journal of Sex Research v. 32, no. 4 (1995). P. 275-88. Spalding, Alison D. “Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Gender Studies.” Is The Sex Industry Harmful

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    Essay On Pornography

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    Better than Chocolate! In this paper, I will attempt to review the debate on pornography in Chapter 4 - State and Society - of Philosophy and Contemporary Issues, Seventh Edition by John R. Burr and Milton Goldinger. Can or should a state justifiably prohibit citizens from viewing pornography? Would that not be an unwarranted infringement of basic freedoms? This question lies at the center of a deliberation about just when, and on what grounds, the state should use its powers to limit the freedom

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    Porn Again: How Porn Is Ruining Sex

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    Stockham, BJ. "7 Negative Effects of Porn." Weblog post. The Resurgence. Resurgence, 2014. Web. 31 Mar. 2014. “Why I Stopped Watching Porn.” Perf. Ran Gavrieli. Tedx. Ted, 9 Oct. 2013. Web. 31 Mar. 2014. Warner, Kara. "Why 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Hit The Erotica Sweet Spot | MTV.com." MTV News. MTV, 9 Aug. 2012. Web. 18 Apr. 2014. Wolf, Naomi. "How Porn Is Destroying Modern Sex Lives." Daily Mail. Associated Newspapers, 13 Dec. 2013. Web. 31 Mar. 2014.

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    sexual acts. Defining and classifying materials that are considered pornographic has proven somewhat elusive and has varied considerably across time and across different social and cultural context. Pornography can be divided into three categories; Erotica: which are images that express mutual pleasurable sexual expression between people who have enough power to be there by positive choice. Participants have the same power and there is no sexist; Nonviolent pornography: images that have no explicitly

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    Porn

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    Pornography in legal terms is “any sexually explicit work deemed obscene according to legal criteria and therefore exempt from freedom of speech protections (Hock, 569). My definition of pornography would consider any printed or visual material that contains the explicit display of sexual organs or activity, with the intent to stimulate erotic behavior. I believe wholeheartedly that pornography is very discriminating towards women and I agree with the five basic ideas that Catherine MacKinnon advocates

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    outright. They cite cases in which individuals have committed heinous acts of molestation or rape, ostensibly as a direct result of their exposure to sexually oriented material. On the other hand, there are those who say that pornography (or "erotica," if you prefer) is not only stimulating and beautiful, but even beneficial in some situations. They contend, for example, that exposure to erotic material can help rejuvenate flagging sexual desire in marriages that, while otherwise satisfactory

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    Pornography is a one of the largest topics that are shunned in today’s culture. How pornography in committed relationships is handled is a problem you do not hear about all the time. In Logan Hill’s (2013) article helps understand the reasoning behind why partners watch porn and at the end explains how to deal with this issue. Hill (2013) identifies that watching pornography with your partner will make the other feel less anxious by knowing the unknown (Hill, 2013). Hill (2013) also implies that

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    Pornography is a topic that is absolutely not new to American culture, but why is it becoming such a huge problem? They’re many issues when it comes to porn. For example, people get addicted to watching it. Porn feeds into sexual violence and downgrades women. Because pornography is more commercialized than it has ever been, it has become more of public prostitution. To some people, pornography is just a harmless fad, but it has some many negative effects. According to feminist Andrea Dworkin, porn

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    The majority of modern pornography is not art, and by using a selective definition of Leo Tolstoy’s version of art, and John Dewey’s theory of art as experience, we can determine that pornography is nothing more than shallow entertainment that exacerbates social inequalities of society’s gender roles. Despite this, pornography has the potential to become art, and should therefore not be censored. It is important to define pornography, as well as Tolstoy and Dewey’s definitions of art, in order to

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    Can art be pornography? Can pornography be art? Does the observer become the judge of what is or is not pornographic, or is the culture in which the images/sculptures/writings originate from the deciding judge? I would argue that only the creator and the original intended viewers of the art or pornography should assign the piece regardless of medium to the classification it is meant to represent. In reading the essay Pornography, from Andrea Dworkin’s “Pornography’” Pornography: Men Possessing Women

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