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Pornography A word that has a different meaning to different people A word that desensitizes our community and destroys lives A word that disgusts me even when I speak of it but its an issue that goes on in our everyday lives We are faced with many questions like does the viewing of pornography increase the incidence of rape Does it lead to anti-social behavior Does it cause people to disrespect women Is it morally wrong in or of itself The answers to these questions are nothing more than basically being correct In my point of view this is exactly what pornography does The meaning of the word pornography is a graphic or oral depiction of erotic subjects intended to arouse sexual excitement in the audience The meaning might not sound as bad but the actual act is degrading There are as you may not know two types of pornography Soft-core pornography is a mere erotic material which is made to arouse the audience and hard -core pornography is classified as erotic material which is more explicit and intense This subject may not have a negative effect on some people because we dont know what it actually does to our society Some of you may think that there is nothing wrong with pornography right But if I tell you that this 8 billion a year business is harmful to individuals families and communities and that it is proven to often be the triggering cause of child abuse drug abuse violent crimes against women teen pregnancy suicide broken marriages and lives then will there be something wrong Pornography is not just on televisions and magazines its everywhere Even on computers satellite in the mail phones and videotape It doesnt matter how you use it it is all the same thing It affects even those who do not consume it In our society the need to be satisfied is
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