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This book is t a diatribe against eroticism or a moral crusade to stamp out sex. Rather, it is an attack on the international industry in porgraphy which, in abusing and degrading women desensitizes people to the routine discrimination and violence that its opponents claim it engenders. Including contributions by Catherine A. Mackinn, Michael Moorcock, Andrea Dworkin, and Ray Wyre, these challenging, uncompromising, and passionate essays examine such topics as the different types of porgraphic material, the possible links between porgraphy and rape, child abuse, and discrimination, the ineffectiveness of the Obscene Publications Act, and the need for legislation against porgraphy without censorship: to enable victims of porgraphy-related harm to seek redress and for an equivalent to the Race Relations Act to permit the prosecution of cases of incitement to sexual hatred and violence. Contributors: Peter Baker, Deborah Cameron, James V. P. Check, Andrea Dworkin, Michele Elliott, Aminatta Forna, Elizabeth Frazer, H. Patricia Hynes, I-Spy Productions, Catherine Itzin, Susanne Kappeler, Liz Kelly, Catharine A. MacKinn, Michael Moorcock, Janice Raymond, Diana E. H. Russell, John Stoltenberg, Corinne Sweet, Tim Tate, James Weaver, and Ray Wyre.
Catherine Itzin is a member of the Executive Committee of the National Council for Civil Liberties and co-ordinator of the Campaign Against Pornography and Censorship.