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SEX in the Net Since the beginning of time men and women have fantasised over naked bodies Pornography has always been a part of life and yet it has never been so readily available as what it is now Erotic stories explicit pictures XXX-rated films and modern day magazines are all part of the stimulus material which is known as pornography or as it is legally put obscenity Is it ethically right for our children to be looking at this erotic material at such an early age Do we have a twisted sense of morals if we support pornography Or is it just a natural part of life that should be nurtured and encouraged These questions and more are springing to peoples lips as we enter the technological age The age of the Internet Never before has pornography been so readily available Through mail-order at secret places around the schoolyard or simply down at the local newsagent or video store pornography can be purchased in any form or media I know children some as young as ten years who have an unlimited supply of pornography They have been exposed to it from an early age and it has become an addiction like smoking or drinking Part of the problem is that censorship laws are not enforced Some newsagents will sell a twelve year old pornography legal age of 18 but will not sell them a packet of cigarettes legal age of 16 until June 1994 The obvious derivative from this statement is that fines and punishments for selling pornography to underage persons are not high enough So why dont we raise them The answer to this question can be found on the screen of every computer in the world The Internet or as one person put it The closest thing to true anarchy that has ever existed How is one to
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