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    malicious side: pornography. Pornography, typically abbreviated as porn, dominates the internet- as many as 12% of all websites are pornographic and the industry is worth nearly $97 billion . With regards to acceptance, some supported pornographic consumption while others rejected it due to religious or moral beliefs. Porn was considered as something that was not very dangerous. This has all changed, however, within the last decade as piles of research highlights the crude effects of pornography, not just

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    technologies in the 21st century pornography has become easily attainable to any individual that has the desire to view such material. Advancement in technologies has helped bring pornography from the obscure black-market to a rising multibillion dollar industry. Starting in the 1990’s a computer that has an internet connection can view porn, and is accessible to nearly anyone who has the means to afford the device. Of course, there were efforts to stifle pornography during its early years in the United

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    Like with everything else, pornography is divided into two sides. Feminists who favor pornography argues that “pornography can be liberating for women, as they explore their own sexual desire and pleasure, and take control of their sexuality, helping them to become autonomous members of liberal society” (Module #4, Lecture #9, slide 27), while its counterpart claims “pornography reproduces and reinforces patriarchy and women’s subordination, objectifying women’s bodies outside of their sexuality

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    majority of worldwide sales of raw footage belong to the contents of performing acts. Generally pornography has no substantial plot content. With the popularity of videotapes and discs, these movies are available to be published in a personal viewing form. Some people think that sex education porn movie gives is very intuitive and effective; but some people think that the sexual education of pornography is a false orientation of public psychology, sexual behavior, especially for teenagers. With the

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    Pornography

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    Pornography “Pornography comes from the Greek root porne (harlot, prostitute, or female captive) and graphos (writing about or description of)” (Buchwald 35). Already the word pornography has a negative connotation towards women condemning women of porn to a submissive or exploited role. The pornography industry is predominantly a male owned and run business, hence the male perspectives portrayed versus the female perspectives portrayed in pornography. There is a lack of women, in the controlling

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    Pornography

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    Pornography Pornography is ripping apart our society. Although Christians are sometimes discus tied with the impact and apathetic about the need to control this menace. Pornography is a year business with close ties to organized crime. Pornography involves books, magazines, videos, and devices and has moved from the society into the mainstream through the renting of video cassettes, sales Of so-called "soft-porn" magazines, and the airing of sexually explicit movies on Cable television.

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    Sitting in Mass on Sunday, looking out at our fellow worshippers in the congregation and I wonder if it is possible that about half of the men there and 1 in 6 of the women are struggling with addiction to pornography. After all these are good Catholics. They come to Mass every Sunday, receive communion and act charitably toward each other. Could they be leaving church and sitting on the internet searching for porn? A survey from techadvisors shows Sunday is the busiest day of the week for porn

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    A Poll on Pornography

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    Pornography is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as printed or visual material containing sexual subjects or activity. Conversation about pornography use is often seen as taboo in today’s society, even though research has shown that “approximately 13% of the US population regularly views Internet pornography” (Twohig, Crosby & Cox 253). Many researchers in the past have focused on the amount and type of people that use pornography, and how often they view it. However, in my research, I

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    Internet Pornography

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    controversial problems is internet pornography. Imagine receiving unwanted e-mail and suddenly get sent nude pictures of people and links which invite you to more of what they have already shown. Think about your son, daughter or even yourself being on a music site and you accidentally click a link and before you now it you are being subjected to hard core pornography. It just became apparent that pornography on the net not only encompasses controversies about pornography itself, but also all the other

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    The Economics of Pornography

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    Fitzgerald's fictional Jay Gatsby. They believe entrepreneurs who enter the sex industry pursue the "American Dream" the wrong way. Society devotes a lot attention to the harmful effects of pornography and to the issue of the First Amendment. We hear much less discussion about the economic aspect of porn. In fact, pornography represents the product of an industry that has grown immensely since its emergence after World War II. Films, for example, were heavily restricted during the 40s and 50s. But when films

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