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  1. Debate: Pornography (36,530 bytes)
    4: === Does pornography offer a valuable public service? ===
    13: ...s. The debate surrounds a number of questions: Is pornography demeaning to women [and perhaps men as well]? Doe...
    23: ===Sexual role: Does pornography play a constructive role in sex? ===
    29: ... instructions that can enliven one's sexual life. Pornography keeps relationships healthy. Monique Alexander, a...
    33: ...ealthy distance from the whole issue. By watching pornography one can train sexual self-control, which can come...
  2. Debate:Pornography (33 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[Debate: Pornography]]
  3. Argument: Pornography increases likelihood of breakup/divorce (1,119 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...claimed that “an obsessive interest in Internet pornography” was a significant factor in 56 percent of thei...
  4. Argument: Ordinary sex can rarely live up to pornography (1,793 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    9: ...en who talk to me on campuses about the effect of pornography on their intimate lives speak of feeling that the...
  5. Argument: Pornography normalizes aberrant sexual behavior (1,240 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...cans to analyze the brain activity of men viewing pornography. She found that after viewing porn, men looked at...
  6. Argument: Watching pornography can amount to adultery (2,235 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...0/is-pornography-adultery/6989/ Ross Douthat. "Is Pornography Adultery?" The Atlantic. October 2008]: "there’...
    7: ... the Internet era has ratcheted the experience of pornography much closer to adultery than I suspect most porn ...
  7. Debate: Mandating condom use in pornography (2,564 bytes)

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  1. Welcome to Debatepedia! (12,636 bytes)
    32: *'''[[Debate: Pornography| Pornography]]''' - July 27th, 2011.
  2. Debate: Lowering sexual age of consent laws (16,287 bytes)
    61: ...xpansion into ‘related’ avenues such as child pornography. In addition to the obvious problem of paedophili...
    87: ...tion of Children: Youth Involved in Prostitution, Pornography & Sex Trafficking] : Laura Barnitz
  3. Debate: Cartoon child porn (3,342 bytes)
    70: [[Category:Pornography]]
  4. Debate: School searches of student lockers (12,642 bytes)
    71: ...ce of embarrassment.''' For example love letters, pornography, contraceptives, or medicines. Teachers can abuse...
  5. Debate: File-sharing (28,357 bytes)
    118: ...e sensitive materials:''' The list includes adult pornography to children, inflammatory literature, and illegal...
  6. Debate: Restrictions on freedom of speech (10,481 bytes)
    30: *'''Speech acts lead to physical acts.''' Thus pornography, hate speech and political polemic are causally l...
    35: ... not necessarily the other way around. Viewers of pornography and readers of hate speech are therefore not inci...
    37: ...ikelihood that they will be defeated.''' Exposing pornography, hate speech and political polemic (extreme natio...
  7. Debate: Pornography (36,530 bytes)
    4: === Does pornography offer a valuable public service? ===
    13: ...s. The debate surrounds a number of questions: Is pornography demeaning to women [and perhaps men as well]? Doe...
    23: ===Sexual role: Does pornography play a constructive role in sex? ===
    29: ... instructions that can enliven one's sexual life. Pornography keeps relationships healthy. Monique Alexander, a...
    33: ...ealthy distance from the whole issue. By watching pornography one can train sexual self-control, which can come...
  8. Featured Debate Digest articles (38,646 bytes)
    10: *'''[[Debate: Pornography| Pornography]]''' - July 27th, 2011.
  9. Debate: Web 2.0 (36,351 bytes)
    77: ... of user-generated content, other than the actual pornography itself (ie blog entries on porn sites) is increas...
  10. Debate in the Neighborhood Manual (183,433 bytes)
    349: * Community censorship of pornography is justified.
  11. Argument: Prostitution is not a victimless crime (3,388 bytes)
    18: ...in some way, frequently refer to prostitution and pornography as 'victim-less crimes'. They point to a tiny fra...
  12. Argument: Prostitution is morally wrong (3,168 bytes)
    5: ...kley, Director of the Pittsburg Coalition Against Pornography. "Legalized Prostitution?". Wholehearted.org. Jan...
  13. Upcoming features for the Debate Digest (19,831 bytes)
    38: #[[Debate: Mandating condom use in pornography]]
    302: #[[Debate: Pornography]]
  14. Debate: Pornographic theater and art (3,507 bytes)
    14: .../asia/displaystory.cfm?story_id=10727970 "Japan's pornography laws. Fleshing it out". Economist. Feb 21st 2008]
    17: .../asia/displaystory.cfm?story_id=10727970 "Japan's pornography laws. Fleshing it out." Economist. Feb 21st 2008]
    68: *[[Debate: Pornography]]
    78: [[Category:Pornography]]
  15. Debate: Military recruiting in public schools (32,319 bytes)
    90: ...ble enough to vote, drink alcohol, buy tobacco or pornography, or sign a legal contract. The fact is our childr...
  16. Argument: In tolerant societies why single out and criminalize polygamy? (1,711 bytes)
    6: ...are seen by many as detestable, such as hard-core pornography, but that are nevertheless legal and tolerated. I...
  17. Argument: Libertarians oppose all restrictions on freedom of speech (621 bytes)
    4: ...ited to, laws concerning: Obscenity, including “pornography.”"[http://www.ontheissues.org/Libertarian_Party...
  18. Debate: THBT borders should be open (14,452 bytes)
    8: ...ves at or near that border: thus the provision of pornography, of prostitution, of alcohol and/or of narcotics ...
  19. Debate: Ban on violent porn (1,677 bytes)
    23: ...filmed and photographed for the market in extreme pornography.
  20. Argument: Free speech requires boundaries, such as Fairness Doctrine (526 bytes)
    5: ... FCC [Federal Communications Commission] to limit pornography on the air. I am for that… But you can’t say ...
  21. Editorial news and tasks (93,773 bytes)
    74: ...ded, full-body scanners are unnecessary, or child pornography laws to name a few must not care or remember why ...
    159: ...upon [[Debate: Pornography| allowing or accepting pornography]].
  22. Argument: Criminalizing holocaust denial infringes free speech (3,140 bytes)
    12: ...ons meet that test, applying to things like child pornography, false statements that result in demonstrable har...
  23. Debate: Masturbation (3,623 bytes)
    104: *[[Debate: Pornography]]
  24. Debate: Should porn uploading be legalized in India? (2,690 bytes)
    108: *[[Debate: Pornography]]
  25. Debate: Full-body scanners at airports (27,679 bytes)
    13: ...minors (many believe scanners would violate child pornography laws). Opponents also raise concerns regarding th...
    104: ...udicrous. Police officers routinely possess child pornography all the time. Not only do they possess it but the...
  26. Debate: Arizona illegal immigration law (44,591 bytes)
    153: ...n alcohol consumption, teen smoking, advertising, pornography, and fast driving are among the many instances of...
  27. Argument: Security scans of children are not pornographic (764 bytes)
    5: ...udicrous. Police officers routinely possess child pornography all the time. Not only do they possess it but the...
  28. Debates in the News (8,991 bytes)
    9: ...gnificant controversy for, allegedly, glamorizing pornography. But, even if it was, the question remains whethe...
  29. Argument: Porn helps men sublimate impulses toward rape (1,834 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - pro argument.
    5: ...therwise, some experts believe the consumption of pornography may actually reduce the desire to rape by offerin...
    8: ...?" Reason. July 15th, 2009]: "it makes sense that pornography and violent entertainment might serve as exhaust ...
    11: ...st a little bit, but let's consider the fact that pornography alleviates sexual desires. It allows people to pl...
  30. Argument: Pornography increases likelihood of breakup/divorce (1,119 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...claimed that “an obsessive interest in Internet pornography” was a significant factor in 56 percent of thei...
  31. Argument: Ordinary sex can rarely live up to pornography (1,793 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    9: ...en who talk to me on campuses about the effect of pornography on their intimate lives speak of feeling that the...
  32. Argument: Porn makes women less confident of meeting expectations (2,107 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    8: ...o, simple lovemaking was considered erotic in the pornography that entered mainstream consciousness: When Behin...
  33. Argument: Porn makes women seem less attractive to men (1,697 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
  34. Argument: Porn weakens libido and contributes to impotency (3,240 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
  35. Argument: Modern porn increasingly crosses fantasy-reality boundary (2,503 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    6: ... respond to a lap dance, of course. But hard-core pornography is real sex by definition, and the two sexual act...
  36. Argument: Pornography normalizes aberrant sexual behavior (1,240 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...cans to analyze the brain activity of men viewing pornography. She found that after viewing porn, men looked at...
  37. Argument: Watching pornography can amount to adultery (2,235 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...0/is-pornography-adultery/6989/ Ross Douthat. "Is Pornography Adultery?" The Atlantic. October 2008]: "there’...
    7: ... the Internet era has ratcheted the experience of pornography much closer to adultery than I suspect most porn ...
  38. Argument: Porn watching may actually reduce rape (3,777 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    6: ...lity within the confines of their imagination. “Pornography seems to be protective,” Diamond says, perhaps ...
    8: ...2000—and therefore the least access to Internet pornography—experienced a 53 percent increase in rape incid...
    14: ...eb prevents rape." Salon. Oct. 30th, 2006]: "Does pornography breed rape? Do violent movies breed violent crime...
  39. Argument: Porn addiction escalates into increasingly aberrant acts (2,080 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...Pornography" National Review. March 31st, 2010]: "pornography addiction is a process that undergoes four phases...
    8: ...f excitement, until you reach the point where the pornography only goes so far ... It reaches that jumping-off ...
  40. Argument: Porn is akin to a drug addiction (2,263 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Pornography]] - con argument.
    5: ...bout-pornography/anonymous "Getting Serious About Pornography." The National Review, Anonymous Op-Ed. March 31,...
    8: ...to the fantasy. There is no liberation for men in pornography. [It] becomes a source of addiction, much like al...
  41. Debate: Jay Inslee vs Rob McKenna for WA State governor (64,165 bytes)
    123: ...such as identity theft, internet fraud, and child pornography, and supporting local police, sheriffs, and prose...

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