Should Pornography Be Aloud on Campus/Workplace?

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Blocked Preferences: Should Pornography be Allowed in Public Premises?

Pornography has always been a tough topic to discuss. Everyone always seems to be uncomfortable with this certain subject because of how much is shown in pornography. With all the exposure that is shown they feel as if it should be blocked. Usually, when caught looking at pornography in public places it is felt as taboo in America. In all reality, pornography has been around for years and people have watched it before or even looked at pictures of it before. When people watch pornography in public places such as libraries and offices people make it seem as if they're doing something wrong. It's not like it's something people have not seen before. If people were more comfortable with looking at body parts on a normal basis they would not try to hide the fact that do they look at pornography. It should be allowed to be watched, but it depends on the time and place you plan on watching it. For example, if you go to a public library you wouldn't expect to walk in and see someone viewing pornography for their own pleasures, so that would be considered the wrong time. Usuaully, people watch these videos when they're in the comfort of their own home or have privacy when they know no one is watching.

In all reality, there is no so such way to block pornography. It is everywhere. It is on TV, in our music, in pictures, and easily on the computer. Pornography is defined as creative activity (writing or pictures or films etc.) of no literary or artistic value other than to stimulate sexual desire. Pornography is the depiction of sexual behavior that is intended to arouse sexual excitement in its audience. It is represented in books, magazines, photographs, films, and other media of scenes of sexual behavior that are erotic or lewd and are designed to arouse sexual interest. In the essay written by Hannah Scheels she expresses how in the music industry pornographic details...
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