Pornography: Opposing Viewpoints
Greenhaven Press, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 186 pages
The controversy surrounding pornography involves issues of sexual behavior, exploitation, and censorship. Adult sex workers, educators, law enforcement, and others debate the issue of pornography in the following chapters: Is Pornography Harmful? Should Pornography Be Censored? How Should Internet Pornography Be Regulated? What Should Be the Feminist Stance on Pornography?
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