antipornography

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antipornography

(ˌæntɪpɔːˈnɒɡrəfɪ) or

antiporn

adj
opposed to or acting against pornography
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According to antiporn campaigner Gail Dines, 'To think that so many men hate women to the degree that they can get aroused by such vile images is quite profound.
A proud advocate of open and legal sex work, Siouxsie finds herself at odds with antiporn feminists, upper-crust yuppies, and even Hollywood royalty.
Her critique of what she terms feminism's "neo-Victorian" arguments have been highly influential on many "next generation" feminists, who identify themselves far more with Willis's brand of prosex and propleasure feminism than with the antiporn feminism of Catherine MacKinnon and Andrea Dworkin.
Her appropriation of the epithet given to antiporn activists by their "sex-positive" feminist adversaries in the '80s isn't an alignment with an antiporn analysis or agenda, though.
Not only are individuals such as Melissa Farley and Gail Dines everywhere it seems, from the New York Times to The Guardian, but, to their credit, they know how to effectively disseminate their antiporn and antiprostitution messages.
Co-star Lovelace, who became an antiporn campaigner, died at 53 in a 2002 car crash.
Nowhere in the pic's whirlwind 93 minutes are the details of Lovelace's unhappy childhood in working-class Yonkers; her pair of serious car accidents, one of which required a blood transfusion that eventually led to her contraction of hepatitis; her pre-"Deep Throat" involvement in "Dogarama," a film featuring bestiality; her mid-'70s addiction to pot and painkillers; her late-'70s gravitation to Christianity; or her years of work in antiporn feminist activism--unless one counts a patronizing title card at the end.
Radio Australia, "Indonesia parliament passes controversial antiporn law".
In the fail of 1983 the earlier work of neighborhood antiporn activists opened the door to a novel legal approach for challenging the presence of pornography.
A NEW BBC drama starring Julie Walters as Nuneaton-born antiporn campaigner Mary Whitehouse will be screened this month.
government, the anticensorship portal offers a sanitized form of free speech: It has an antiporn filter built right in.