Pornography, Sex And FeminismBook - 2002
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Sexual Content: You can't expect to analyze Pornography and not expect to get a little bit dirty. The author delves right in there trhough the worst of it, but the book gets creepy quickly. It reads like the Alan Soble is enjoying himself a little bit too much while he's describing pornography. The author is down-right pervy and creeps me out with his crass writing. It's pretty obvious that he's pro-pornography.
Violence: probably is crude about this too. I can't get past the first chapter. He's bound to get into describing depictions of rape in pornography.
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If all men and women respected each other, if sex were considered joyful and life-enhancing instead of a wallow in germ-filled glop, if everyone were in love all the time, if, in other words, many people's lives were more satisfactory for them than they appear to be know, pornography might just go away on its own. --- Margaret Atwood
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