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May 05, 2011

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David Brush

If you wanted to get a hold of porn before the days of the internet it was harder. You either had to A. be willing to drive somewhere and be willing to have your car be seen at 'that place' or be willing to be caught at the bookstore, etc. purchasing it (why do they sell porn at the Border's in Olathe, KS anyway?) or B. you had to know people, who knew people like the drug trade.

The ubiquitous nature of porn made possible via the internet has, in my opinion, contributed greatly to the softening of our cultural acceptance of porn as a mainstream reality. Not only that but it has resulted in the pornification of teen-aged girls and resulted in a really awful culture in which the sexually desirable woman is 18 or for some even younger. We are constantly barraged by 50 year old actors wedding 20 something actresses to 'start a family'... give me a break, they aren't interested in starting a family as much as the precursor to that event.

If there is a proper place for the government to 'regulate' it needs to be in the interest of the public health, and this is a public health issue in my opnion.

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