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  • Different Forms Of Pornography
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    Pornography is displaying your body in a fashion that is indecent and in a manner that is vulgar towards your own personal image. Some people believe that pornography is discrimination against women. I feel as though if the person displaying him or herself feels that it is not immoral or hurting their self-esteem, then they should be able to do it without being judged by others. There are different forms of pornography that individuals look at in different ways. Some types include movies in whic...
  • Certain Restrictions On Pornography
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    Should There Be Stricter Laws on Pornography Three articles have opposing viewpoints on laws concerning pornography. All three authors argue their side of this issue while having many of the same ideas as their opposing writers. The first is, "I am a First Amendment Junkie", by Susan Jacoby. Susan has written many articles on women's issues for popular magazines such as Glamour, McCall's, and The Nation. This article appeared in her syndicated "Hers" column in 1978. Jacoby believes that certain ...
  • Pornography And Other Offensive Material
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    Refutation Paper Most Internet users are enjoying their freedom of speech on the Net, which is supposed to be protected by the First Amendment of the United States. However there are many organizations who are trying to strip americans of their rights. Their main argument is that of pornographic access to children via the web. Only a very small portion of the Net contains offensive material, most people do not use the Net for pornography. Caragata from Maclean's magazine observes that, "it is po...
  • Pornography Sites On The Web
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    Adult Sites: Banned or Tolerated Over the past decade the Internet has become an essential part of everyday life. It has provided a common ground for people to interact all over the world. Whether it is through information exchange or a simple chat, the Internet has changed the way society operates. Trade, information, and also a wide variety of entertainment have all become accessible features with the click of a button. There is however one form of entertainment that has overtaken almost every...
  • Views On The Censorship Of Pornography
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    Pornography in Our Society Susan Jacoby, a journalist well known for her feminist writings, and Susan Brownmiller, author of several books, are both supporters of the First Amendment, but have opposing views on the censorship of pornography. Jacoby's major claim is that any form of censorship is wrong. She believes there is no clear definition of what pornography is. Some women may see a picture of a naked woman and view it as beautiful and artful, while others may look at it in disgust and cons...
  • Harmful Effects Of Pornography
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    Is pornography harmful to the human psyche Interpretations of recent studies on violence and pornography have yielded a wide range of theories on this subject. Victor Cline asserts that there is plenty of evidence showing pornography to be harmful. He believes that it degrades women and desensitizes males to sexual violence (Slife, 270). On the other side of the spectrum, F.M. Christensen states that pornography has little effect on a persons perception of reality and that it has become a scapeg...
  • Total Ban Of Pornography On The Internet
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    Internet Pornography: Freedom of Press or Dangerous Influence The topic of pornography is controversial many times because of the various definitions which each have different contexts. Is it nudity, sexual intercourse, art, or all of these Is it magazines, videos, or pictures For the purposes of this paper, pornography will be defined as any material that depicts erotic behavior and is intended to cause sexual excitement. With all of the arguments presented in this paper, it seems only a vague ...
  • Limit Pornography Like Some People
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    The Offense Principle The Offense Principle claims that individual liberty is justifiably limited to prevent offensive behavior. I believe that the Offense Principle provides the correct liberty limit n principles that the state should invoke. The state should prevent behavior that causes shame, embarrassment and discomfort from pornographic material and cts. There are three conditions that are typically understood to be part of the Offense Principle. The first condition states that behavior mus...
  • Pornography Under The Principle Of Equal Liberty
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    Pornography The word Pornography is defined as "writings, photographs, movies, etc., intended to arouse sexual excitement". With each year that passes pornography has been more and more accepted, it can be seen in books, magazines, cable television and most of all through the internet. Many religions go against it, but at the same time people know that there is a reason why people go into the business and accepted it an other people just like it. In this paper I will talk about pornography and h...
  • Meaning Of The Word Pornography
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    Pornography A word that has a different meaning to different people. A word that desensitizes our community and destroys lives. A word that disgusts me even when I speak of it, but it's an issue that goes on in our everyday lives. We are faced with many questions like does the viewing of pornography increase the incidence of rape Does it lead to anti-social behavior Does it cause people to disrespect women Is it morally wrong in or of itself The answers to these questions are nothing more than b...
  • Child Pornography And Child Abuse
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    Pornography is a picture, film, or writing that deliberately stimulates sexual arousal. Child abuse is the maltreatment of a child. Pornography and child abuse are two of the most terrible and disturbing social problems that our society is facing today. Unfortunately, these two problems are also amongst the most challenging. I believe pornography to be a sin within itself, but when an innocent child is brought into this dark, demeaning word of perverts and pedophiles, the sin grows to a whole di...
  • Controversy About Pornography On The Web
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    Freedom of Bytes In today's era there exists a medium, which like never before is becoming a medium of communication and interaction between humans, namely the World Wide Web. This old but yet new medium is expanding and changing rapidly, thus making it close to impossible to control. The World Wide Web is offering more to society now than it ever has before, created by the army to keep up communications during crisis, it's importance to the army has also transcended into regular society. The in...
  • Brief Exposure To Violent Forms Of Pornography
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    11/90 In the September issue of The Forerunner (Vol. X, No. VI), we examined the relationship between pornography and violent crime in an article entitled "Mass Murder and Pornography - Are They Related" Since the publication of the September issue, we have received a number of responses challenging the claim that pornography and violent crime are related. These responses implored us to use real, honest and acceptable facts in defending this position. As a follow up to the many questions generat...
  • Constitution To Censor Pornography
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    Sex, Erotica, nude women, three some, these are some keywords for finding pornography on the Internet. The censorship of pornography has had positive affect on the United States of America and that is a good thing because pornography leads to crime, and since pornography has no positive affects on society, and censoring pornography is not against the constitution. Crimes and pornography have a direct and apparent link. Eighty-one percent of Criminals rate pornography as their highest sexual inte...
  • Pornography And Violence
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    Mass Media And The Porn Industry It started by way of messages and scribes, evolved through the presentation of newspapers and radio, brought us together with television, and now serves us worldwide via the ever popular Internet. It is the mass media, and even from the earliest days of existence, it has contributed greatly in ways that both enlighten and enrich society, and ways that deteriorate and perplex it. It is not a surprise to learn, then, the mass media is the most powerful source of in...
  • Issue Of Censorship And Pornography
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    Pornography, otherwise defined as vulgarity and obscenity, is an issue that has and will continue to call upon much debate. While there are many people who see pornography as degrading, sinful, and disgusting, there is also a large amount of people who see it as a turn on, a form of sexual expression, and entertainment. Webster's Dictionary defined pornography as merely the depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures or writing) intended to cause sexual excitement. Yet there is still the everla...
  • Hard Core Pornography
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    Pornography is tearing apart the very fabric of our society. Yet Christians are often ignorant of its impact and apathetic about the need to control this menace. Pornography is an $8 billion a year business with close ties to organized crime. (1) The wages of sin are enormous when pornography is involved Pornography involves books, magazines, videos, and devices and has moved from the periphery of society into the mainstream through the renting of video cassettes, sales of so-called "soft-porn" ...
  • Pornography On The Internet
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    Internet Pornography: Are Children at Risk? Are your children exposed to pornography on the internet? In a recent survey, one in four kids reported having at least one unwanted exposure to sexually explicit pictures during the past year, and one out of five reported receiving sexual solicitation. From the classroom to the courtroom, there is much debate over how best to safeguard children from sexually explicit material on the web. Adult oriented sites make up less that 2 percent of all content ...
  • Child Porn
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    Summary: Child Porn: Even surfing can mean jail This article discusses the penalties for viewing porn or exploiting a child under the age of 16. It expresses how serious this crime is in the United Kingdom. It explains that even though you delete the images from your computer's hard drive, the images can still be detected if an investigation took place. The article said that if only one image was viewed, you were less likely to be prosecuted. It also told about Pop star Gary Glitter serving jail...
  • Pornography As Material
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    Pornography And Violence Pornography Pornography And Violence Essay, Research Paper Pornography and Violence In today's society women are viewed very often as objects of sexual pleasure. This view has been around for many years and because of it many groups have popped up throughout the past fifty years. Does pornography lead men to commit violent acts towards women or is something that we will never find the cause for? In order to try and help ourselves, we must try to find out if it is true or...

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