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hardcore

adjective Referring to pornography that shows penile penetration and/or ejaculation.
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The Black Body in Ecstasy: Reading Race, Reading Pornography makes an important contribution, and is essential reading for anyone interested in how black women are depicted within hard-core visual pornography.
Having grown up in and around Worcester,'' he says, "there are some autobiographical elements, particularly the inclusion of the hard-core music scene.
But without the leadership, organizational skills, and manpower of the hard-core Marxists, it is fairly certain that the "Great American Boycott"--and the demonstrations that preceded it--would have failed to turn out the huge numbers that they did.
The visit came as Black Country MP Tom Watson (Lab West Bromwich East) gave his backing to a new offensive that will target hard-core offenders.
If a sex-shop licence is granted it would allow the firm to sell explicit products including hard-core R18-rated videos and sex aids.
In a 2001 article in the Los Angeles Times, Burt boldly declares that no study of film adaptations of Shakespeare can be complete without a look at hard-core porno flicks like A Midsummer Night's Cream.
6) Incidental to hate crimes, these hard-core skinheads commit petty thefts or sell small amounts of narcotics to support daily needs, such as food, cigarettes, and alcohol and other drugs.
To me, hard-core bowhunting is an intense, take-no-prisoners, maximum effort approach to bowhunting.
Improving our nation's ability to consistently impose sanctions on hard-core offenders is the next big step in further reducing drunk-driving fatalities.
Yahoo's game is a little less hard-core, but also free.
WARWICK University was deluged with complaints after a US company hijacked its name in an attempt to distribute hard-core porn via its e- mail.
This line will be a little less hard-core hip-hop," says Reynolds.