February 9, 1984

Women Dehumanized by Pornography

This opinion article discusses feminist advocacy in favor of banning pornography, and the common counter argument that doing so constitutes an infringement on freedom of speech. However, the writer asserts that pornography is an abuse of first amendment rights in its depictions of violence against women, female subservience, and physical objectification, and should therefore be banned.

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1984-02-09 Women Dehumanized by Pornography.pdf
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Subject College student newspapers and periodicals, Feminism and mass media, Sex crimes

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