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Porn is now a Public Health Risk in the State of Florida


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Undermining this kind of media in my opinion is the right thing to do, but the "public health risk" method is the wrong route. If you want to do something, making a case for it based on a moral standpoint is better than using fake facts (the "public health risk" narrative is not validated.)

 

For me, the big 2 reasons why there should be restrictions on it is:

  1. The industry behind it has a mean and manipulative record. This is an industry that continuously allows the taking advantage of the participants (or models or whatever term you want to use). If this form of media is to be allowed to continue in the US as a whole, there should be steps taken to ensure the process is fair and clear for all involved in it's making. (Banning it outright is an entirely different subject for a different thread so I will not discuss that here.)
  2. It is both a cause and effect of hyper-sexualization in society. This, to me, is the bigger reason of the two. The hyper-sexualization of women (in the perception of both what a women's body and a woman's mind should be) in American society is nothing new and it is not good, but this industry is often where the worst, most extreme instances are found. Tackling this industry by raising awareness and other methods (I don't know what yet) will help restrain the worst excesses of this problem. The hyper-sexualization problem is something I could rant about for ages and can produce multiple effects (such as body image issues, mistreatment of women based on public ideals, etc.), with this industry being only one, but that is also another subject for another time.

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Pr0nz are remarkably similar to an addictive drug.

 

http://www.abc.net.a.../26/3812232.htm

 

I also find it gross, and cr47t makes a few good points.

 

But they're going to have to count fetish porn as porn and round it up accordingly, instead of making nudity a requirement for something to be porn.






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