Pornography and the Sex Crisis
Can we do something about pornography without using censorship? Yes, says award-winning journalist and activist Susan G Cole who is a senior editor of NOW Magazine. Moving beyond the arguments that have polarised the world around this issue, she presents an argument that is original and challenging. This book deals with the lived reality of pornography by dealing with such questions as: What is pornography? What are its effects? How does it influence perceptions of sexuality and what can be done about it?
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