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  • Child Pornography On Internet - 1,276 words
    Child Pornography On Internet In this new age of Information, the Internet has made all types of information readily available. Some of this information can be very useful, some can be malicious. Child pornography, also known as Paedophilia is one of these problems. Any one person can find child pornography on the internet with just a few clicks of the mouse using any search engine. Despite webmaster's and law enforcement officials' efforts to control child pornography and shut down illegal sites, new sites are posted using several ways to mask their identity. The Internet provides a new world for curious children. It offers entertainment, opportunities for education, information and communi ...
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  • Erotica V Pornography - 1,333 words
    Erotica V. Pornography Cages. Consider a birdcage. If you look very closely at just one wire in the cage, you cannot see the other wires. If your conception of what is before you is determined by this myopic focus, you could look at that one wire, up and down the length of it, and be unable to see why a bird would not just fly around the wire anytime it wanted to go somewhere. It is only when you step back, stop looking at the wires one by oneand take a macroscopic view of the whole cage, that you can see why the bird does not go anywhere; and then you will see it in a moment. It will require no great subtlety of mental powers. It is perfectly obvious that the bird is surrounded by a network ...
    Related: pornography, civil liberties, gender roles, everyday life, contribute
  • Limiting Childrens Access To Internet Pornography - 1,169 words
    Limiting Childrens Access To Internet Pornography Limiting Childrens Access To Internet Pornography Pornography is one of mankinds most revered, respected, and repulsed pastimes. Adults can use pornography to relieve stress, enhance their sex lives, or simply as a means of entertainment. One of the easiest and most popular ways of obtaining pornographic material is over the Internet. The only downside is that the Internet is accessible to children; therefore, pornography is accessible to children. While adults should have limitless access to Internet porn, minors should be kept away from this concubine. Usage of Internet pornography grows rapidly every day. It can be accessed easily enough b ...
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  • Pornography - 1,393 words
    Pornography Sexual morality has declined in America today. The immoral life can be seen all around us. We see it in drugs, alcohol, movies, magazines, gangs, teenage pregnancy, pre-marital sex, and society as a whole. A person can walk into almost any convenience store and purchase a magazine depicting naked women. Videos and movies with graphic sex scenes can be rented or watched in any movie theater. They have become more common than ever before. Almost every movie with an R rating will have at least one sex scene. Even Forrest Gump, a highly acclaimed movie, had a sexual act and nudity involved. Also public television has been known to show nudity and sex. Allusions are made to sex in eve ...
    Related: pornography, catholic church, sexual desire, human body, abortion
  • Pornography - 272 words
    Pornography Pornography is a social problem and is a commodity brought into existence by certain characteristics of a highly developed civilization. The problem with Pornography is that any form of censorship or suppression cannot solve it. These Aggressive methods would merely aggravate the disease and create other deplorable consequences. Prevention is better than cure, and by diagnosing the psychological motives of those who consume pornography, we may be able to change the instincts involved (McCune, 1985). In pornography a visual or verbal image acts as a direct stimulus to the erotic drives or impulses, which are always latent and ready to be stimulated in normal people (McCune 1985: 1 ...
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  • Pornography - 1,229 words
    Pornography 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 everlasting question which is "does pornography serve a real purpose, and if so what purpose it that?" continues. I happen to acknowledge pornography with only a few minor glitches. I don't be ...
    Related: pornography, public relations, women's rights, freedom of speech, oral
  • Pornography - 1,257 words
    ... s abuse. "We see boys imitating pornography. We see the average age of rapists going down. We are beginning to see gang rapes in elementary schools committed by elementary school age boys imitating pornography." (Stan p, 28) The number of rapes and the age at which rapes are committed might be positively correlated with the amount of pornography out there. Nevertheless, in my opinion, this correlation does not necessarily mean causation. I do not feel that pornography itself leads men, boys, or others to rape and sexually violate women. I feel that it is the ways in which pornography is so easily assessable, and the way young boys are taught to look at it. There is also the question of h ...
    Related: pornography, sexual aggression, human sexuality, david berkowitz, ellen
  • Pornography And Sex Crimes - 914 words
    Pornography And Sex Crimes "What is going on?" were the only words I could pull from my shaking mouth. I will never forget the pain in my gut when I opened the door to find my nine-year-old sister watching a porno. "I found it in Billys room and wanted to see what it was, Im sorry Jes." As I watched tears role down her face, a feeling of rage exploded within me. It was then that I realized that pornography is not only being watched by adults, but being explored by our youth as well. What has our society come to, and what role does pornography play in it? Its definitely not the positive outlet. I believe pornography can be dangerous because it dehumanizes family values, and leads to vicious a ...
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  • Pornography Censorship - 712 words
    Pornography Censorship The censorship of pornography has been an issue that has been under constant debate in our society. There are many arguments for and against the censorship of pornographic materials. In the broadest of explanations, the argument supporting an increase in censorship is rooted in the belief that such material may cause direct and/or indirect detriments to society. Advocates for freedom of expression feel that increased censorship violates many basic human rights and consequently may harm our society. In looking at a topic such as this, one must take a close look at the positions of various individuals and groups. At that point it will become apparent that the debate on t ...
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  • Pornography Is An Issue That Has Two Points Of View Adults Suffer Consequences Because Of Younger Audiences, And This Isnt Th - 1,323 words
    Pornography is an issue that has two points of view. Adults suffer consequences because of younger audiences, and this isnt their fault but they still go by it. There are many restrictions with pornographic content like changing time slots on T.V. or having to place a credit card number over the net, which isnt always safe. News stands and bookstores ask for proof of age. Then there is the point of view, which is that a lot of pornography is being shown to younger audiences that shouldnt be observing. Many shows have explicit content that are shown at regular time slots. The Internet is a huge net full of websites and there are many sites that without charge offer pictures and/or videos to d ...
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  • Pornography Its Place In Our Society - 1,869 words
    Pornography - Its Place in Our Society As the debate over pornography and its place in society grows hotter every day, several authors in particular shed a new light on the subject. Both their intuition and insight involving their beliefs can help the reader a great deal in seeing aspects of this debate that might have otherwise gone without the consideration that they so deserve. I believe that pornography is not only okay, but is allowing our country to take a step back and ask ourselves how far we are willing to go and what we are willing to sacrifice in order to preserve free speech and our rights to personal choice. The argument over pornography is not merely the debate over right or wr ...
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  • Pornography On The Internet - 1,895 words
    Pornography On The Internet Pornography It started by way of messengers and scribes, evolved through the presentation of newspapers and radio, brought us together with television, and now serves us world-wide by the ever-popular Internet. It is the mass media, and even from the beginning it has contributed greatly in ways that both enlighten and enrich society, and ways that deteriorate and corrupt it. It is not a surprise to learn, then, that the mass media is the most powerful source of information we have, and nothing else in todays world influences public perception quite as heavily. Unfortunately, most of what is broadcast in the news today is something that society as a whole sees as n ...
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  • The Internet, Pornography, And Children - 1,046 words
    The Internet, Pornography, and Children Why should anyone be concerned about pornography on the Internet? After all, this is a free country and everyone should have access to anything they want, right? This position would be true if only adults used the Internet; it can not be true when children also use the Internet. Most people would agree that children should not have access to Internet sites that are considered pornographic. Does that mean that children should not be allowed Internet access or that the Internet should not have pornographic sites? Of course it doesnt mean that! What it does mean is that the issues arising from the mixture of children and Internet should be dealt with and ...
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  • The Internet, Pornography, And Children - 1,067 words
    ... grounds. The Child Online Protection Act can not be currently enforced because a preliminary injunction was issued against it on February 1, 1999.9 Two of the most popular places for pornography to appear on the Internet are the World Wide Web and Usenet. The World Wide Web (WWW) is a worldwide system of computers and files. Over the World Wide Web, users have access to large quantities of data. This data comes from sources including magazine archives, public and university library resources, current world and business news, and computer programs.10 Usenet is a worldwide network of UNIX systems that has a decentralized administration and is used as a bulletin board system by special-int ...
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  • The Point Of Pornography On The - 1,488 words
    ... The Point of Pornography on the Internet Why is the Internet so enticing for pedophiles? " Its created easily accessible stimulation for child molesters. Anybody can download pictures in complete anonymity. They do not have to make any kind of human contact" (Trebilcock 102). There may be definitions to describe pornography, but they do not truly examine the destruction, degradation, and the pathetic nature of the concept. The word pornography is more destructive than one might believe. It would fit perfectly into Sonia Maasik and Jack Solomons essay entitles "Cheap Thrills". The essay talks about the influencing images of music, video and television. The computer is becoming more and m ...
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  • The Statutory Definition Of Pornography - 2,637 words
    The Statutory Definition of Pornography Suppose one accepts MacKinnon and Dworkin's suggested statutory definition of pornography. How does one who generally accepts MacKinnon and Dworkin's views on the pervasively harmful effect of pornography, and who accepts a need for legal redress of the harms perpetrated by pornography, deal with pornographic material? The ordinance proposed by MacKinnon and Dworkin would deal with such material by enacting legislation which gives people adversely affected by the works, which clearly fit their definition of pornography, a cause of action against the producers, vendors, exhibitors or distributors for "trafficking", or for an assault "directly caused by ...
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  • The Statutory Definition Of Pornography - 2,603 words
    ... nception of harm is acceptable in a liberal framework. A liberal framework may demand individuated harms, and the fact that our existing legal framework can work outside that limitation simply demonstrates that liberalism is not at the root of our legal framework's evolving notion of harm. Thus, the ordinance may still be seen by liberals as incoherent, or worse, to invoke an illegitimate conception of non-individuated rights and afford state enforced remedies for illegitimate purposes. This liberal argument may be theoretically tenable, and thus the "bleak" picture I painted may still apply insofar as we favour a liberal legal framework. Furthermore, the powerful liberal arguments conce ...
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  • Violence And Pornography Pornography Sex Or Subordination In The Late Seventies, America Became Shocked And Outraged By The R - 2,189 words
    Violence and Pornography Pornography -- Sex or Subordination? In the late Seventies, America became shocked and outraged by the rape, mutilation, and murder of over a dozen young, beautiful girls. The man who committed these murders, Ted Bundy, was later apprehended and executed. During his detention in various penitentiaries, he was mentally probed and prodded by psychologist and psychoanalysts hoping to discover the root of his violent actions and sexual frustrations. Many theories arose in attempts to explain the motivational factors behind his murderous escapades. However, the strongest and most feasible of these theories came not from the psychologists, but from the man himself, as a te ...
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  • Violence And Pornography Pornography Sex Or Subordination In The Late Seventies, America Became Shocked And Outraged By The R - 2,202 words
    ... berated woman with an ever present and unfulfilled appetite for fellatio. What isnt known to the general public is that during the making of the movie, she was hypnotized to suppress the natural gagging reaction, was tortured when caught trying to escape, and also held at gun-point by her boss, who threatened her with death (Itzin 22). Ms. Marchiano did escape and when her story was told, it was repeated by a number of women in the pornography business. According to DArcy Jenish many children are lured into the pornography industry by choosing first to model. These young teens egos are boosted when they are told [they have good bodies], and are asked if they work out?. More often than no ...
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  • 1960s - 413 words
    1960S The 1960s were the age of "sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll." People had a new outlook to life. Women began wearing shorts, skirts, and clothing they normally did not wear. Almost anything was permissive. There was a full-scale sexual revolution. Decriminalization of homosexuality was prevalent and sex education was now allowed to be taught in schools. By taking the mystery out of sex (by learning about it), it will not be detrimental to society. Television shows also started including sex in hopes of lowering STDs and the birth rate. In 1963, birth control was developed and was known as "Katy bar the door." In the early 1960s, movies, books, and plays took on taboo subjects that intrigued ...
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