Against Pornography: The Evidence of Harm

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Russell Pub., 1993 - Political Science - 169 pages
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Because Dr. Diana Russell believes that seeing pornography is the most powerful evidence of the woman-hatred inherent in it, she reprinted over 100 examples of pornographic photographs in this book. She chose to risk being sued for publishing these pictures because she was unwilling to obtain permission from the pornographers. "Against Pornography" also contains a succinct summary of some of the major scientific research on this subject, and an explication of her original and convincing theory of how pornography causes rape.

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User Review  - hlselz - LibraryThing

Interesting, although I think the statistics and studies may be biased and/or misused. Brings up interesting things to think about and/or study more. Read full review


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