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Pornography otherwise defined as vulgarity and obscenity is an issue that has and will continue to call upon much debate While there are many people who see pornography as degrading sinful and disgusting there is also a large amount of people who see it as a turn on a form of sexual expression and entertainment Websters Dictionary defined pornography as merely the depiction of erotic behavior as in pictures or writing intended to cause sexual excitement Yet there is still the everlasting question which is does pornography serve a real purpose and if so what purpose it that continues I happen to acknowledge pornography with only a few minor glitches I dont believe in censoring pornography yet analyzing pornography that is already censored Pornography is censored in the way in which it portrays the sexual desires and pleasures of women In preparing to write this report I sat down with a group of my peers mixed genders and watched five pornographic films It was unfortunate that I must report that in all of the five movies not once did I nor any of my friends see a woman being sexually gratified In every movie the man would finish and the sex would come to an end The women seemed like they were enjoying it but were they really As Andrea Dworkin describes it women are made to smile women arent just made to do the sex acts We are made to smile Stan 33 Pornography claims that it is showing two people enjoying sex Two people who have chosen to be there and who get pleasure out of it However to me it seems that pornography itself is buying into censorship BY not honestly showing the female side to sexual desires and pleasure pornography is in itself being censored It is not the act of sex and sexual promiscuity that I find offensive at all about the industry It is actually the masking
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