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No? Then you might disagree with an MSNBC online
article, "Porn: Good for America !"
by Glenn Reynolds, a
professor. Reynolds suggests that pornography reduces
rape! In this article, Dr. Judith Reisman examines the facts
demonstrating the correlation between the proliferation of pornography
and sex crimes.
Recently, pornography distributor, Philip D. Harvey, filed suit against the
Bush administration over its anti-prostitution policies saying that the
restriction on USAID funding is an "unconstitutional infringement of speech."
(Only a pornographer could come up with that one.) Harvey, the founder and chief
executive of one of the world's largest mail-order pornography and sex
merchandise businesses is also the founder and president of DKT
International which promotes condoms in lieu of abstinence and [eugenic]
abortion in the developing world and is a major proponent of population
As a result of the proliferation of pornography,
there are many today that have removed pornography from any moral category
altogether and simply regard this as a First Amendment issue. In fact,
according to research by George Barna conducted in November 2003, thirty-eight
percent of American adults surveyed stated that pornography was morally acceptable.[i] This
is the first supposition that we must address: is pornography morally
acceptable or is it in fact immoral? And if we suppose it is immoral, on what
basis do we make this distinction?
The sexual revolution of the 1960s was arguably
one of the most significant cultural events in American history, certainly
within the 20th century. It was significant in the sense that prior to the 60s ís moral
consensus, along with our public and social policies, was derived from
profoundly Christian principles and values: in essence, the Christian