Smut: a sex industry insider (and concerned father) says enough is enough

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Sentinel, Apr 26, 2005 - Social Science - 208 pages
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A liberal columnist and father of a middle-school-aged daughter argues for greater control of publicly aired sexual content in forums outside of parental control, calling for more balanced measures that would enable the private accessibility of mature subject material while equally protecting the rights of minors and individuals who find such content objectionable. 50,000 first printing.

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Review: Smut: A Sex Industry Insider (and Concerned Father) Says Enough Is Enough

User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

I bought this 'cause it was in the discount bin at my local bookstore, where it firmly belongs. Reavill points out the obvious and offers weak advice on how to protect children from smut. In spite of ... Read full review

Review: Smut: A Sex Industry Insider (and Concerned Father) Says Enough Is Enough

User Review  - Ketan Shah - Goodreads

Gil Reavill makes a persuasive argument that children (and their parents) are involuntarily exposed to smut far too much in their everyday lives. He makes some useful suggestions about limiting their ... Read full review

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The Oldest Story in the Book
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What Im Doing Here
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The Unchangeable Channel
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Copyright

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