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pornography

Sexually explicit erotic writings and images. See Child pornography, Erotic, Erotography, Fanny Hill, Obscenity, Potter Stewart standard, Sex work.
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But he no longer feels a sense of impermanence about the New Pornographers.
Ethical pornographers also took a cue from Annie Sprinkle, who famously said, "The answer to bad porn isn't no porn, it's more porn.
A South London pornographer offered our investigators the film in CD-Rom form, meaning it can easily be put on the internet and peddled worldwide.
Paedophiles and pornographers have been quick to utilise the internet for their own evil purposes.
BRITISH charities are being targeted by internet pornographers who re-route web visitors to shocking hardcore sex sites.
Crazed and/or furious responses to this column (they used to come in angry, red-crayon scrawls on pieces of brown grocery bags, so the erant actually represents a step in the right direction); quick-rich come-ons; Nigerian bank account schemes; solicitations from pornographers, gambling sites, retail outlets; press releases; calls to action and pleas for various political and social justice groups; bad jokes; and a seemingly endless stream of Internet virus warnings.
And a fourth Internet will be reserved for scamsters, conmen, white supremacists, pornographers, and related idiots.
Most folks frown on getting unsolicited commercial e-mail, mainly because it has become associated with pornographers, scam artists and clueless losers.
Law enforcement agencies insist on strict export restrictions, arguing that strong encryption software can be used to thwart high-tech surveillance of foreign drug dealers, child pornographers, terrorists and other criminals.
Morgentaler in 1968 was hard on her heels, followed at a distance by modern disciples in the field of euthanasia, while numerous others such as pornographers, homosexuals, feminists and religious dissenters all adopted the same tactic.
The civil-libertarian funders balked and attempted strong-arm tactics; finally, only hours before a high court ruling, Graft and 11 other feminists withdrew from the lawsuit rather than let themselves be party to setting a legal precedent based upon values that, in their view, were so often misused by the likes of pornographers and naturist pedophiles against women and children.
The anti-pornography activists believe their feminist critics front for pimps and pornographers, as well as champion "politically incorrect' sex.