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Oct. 11th, 2008 (UTC)

This is a really good point. I hadn't thought of it that way.

I actually wanted to comment on the unwelcome porn issue in a different way. I think that the author tacit cites uses a broader definition of porn than most of us here. I think he's also referring to fake-breasted cover models in low-cut shirts on magazine covers. I think he's referring to people humping each other in music videos and singing about "my lovely lady lumps" on the radio. I think he's referring to advertisements that imply women will jump into bed with you if you wear a certain cologne. I don't consider these things "porn," but a lot of people do--or at least they consider them manifestations of a "porn culture." And unless you go join an Amish community or something, you really can't avoid that stuff. It's in the supermarket. It's on TV.

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