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Internet Pornography & the First Amendment (Opinion)

Posted on November 11, 2013, in Opinion, Pornography Laws

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Title: Internet Pornography & the First Amendment
Publication: The Witherspoon Institute
Author: Morgan Bennett
Date: 10/10/2013

Current jurisprudence protecting pornography as “artistic expression” contradicts the Founders’ understanding and the underlying purposes of the First Amendment’s protection of speech, and it fails to protect Americans from the social and personal trauma caused by pornography. The second in a two-part series. Introduction In yesterday’s article, I gave an overview of new brain research that has exposed […]

Escort and Outcall Ordinance Preparation (LAW)

Posted on August 19, 2013, in Pornography Laws, Research

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Find full article here: http://pornharmsresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/PH_NOLC_EscortOrdPrep.pdf INTRODUCTION: Many Escort Bureaus and Escort Services, as the Supreme Court of Nevada tells us, are really fronts for Prostitution or, in its language, “Modified Brothels.” Clark County, Nevada and Las Vegas have been in the forefront of passing legislation to regulate “escort bureaus” “escorts” and “outcall services.” The Clark County […]

Swingers Club Case Law Study (LAW)

Posted on August 19, 2013, in Pornography Laws, Research

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Find full study here: http://pornharmsresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/PH_NOLC_SwingersPack.pdf INTRODUCTION:   Swingers clubs, which tout themselves as a forum for the practice of a free sexual lifestyle, often called the “swinging lifestyle,” or for the promotion of open marriages, cater typically to married people or attached couples who claim that such extramarital sex will save their marriage, solve what they […]

Lap Dancing and Table Dancing Ordinance Preparation (LAW)

Posted on August 19, 2013, in Pornography Laws, Research

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Find manual here: http://pornharmsresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/PH_NOLC_lapDancing.pdf INTRODUCTION: Erotic cabarets, juice bars or bottle clubs that feature lap dancing or table dancing whether nude or partially nude or clothed have been found to foster prostitution, immoral conduct and drug dealing and to be a bane on the neighboring area. Using the tools of an existing state statute, lap dancing […]

Construction of Open Booth Ordinances (LAW)

Posted on August 19, 2013, in Pornography Laws, Research

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READ FULL MANUAL HERE: http://pornharmsresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/PH_NOLC_openBooth.pdf INTRODUCTION The existence in various “adult” bookstores of a back room with contiguous booths for the viewing through a glass of a female in a sexually explicit performance or for the use of coin operated peep-show video machines showing explicit sexual activities caused various communities throughout the United States to recognize […]

Manual on Massage Parlor Regulation (LAW)

Posted on August 19, 2013, in Pornography Laws, Research

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Read full article: http://pornharmsresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/PH_NOLC_MassageParlorWebEdition1.pdf In this introduction you will find an analysis of case law on massage parlor regulation. The study starts with the five landmark cases that have been upheld based on U.S. Supreme Court dismissals for want of a substantial federal question, followed by an analysis of the challenges to massage parlor regulation such […]

Parents’ group fights FCC bid to loosen indecency rules (News)

Posted on April 2, 2013, in Indecency, News, Pornography Laws

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Title: Parents' group fights FCC bid to loosen indecency rules
Publication: The Hill
Author: Brendan Sasso
Date: 20130402

The Parents Television Council, a media watchdog group, is pushing back against the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to soften its policy against indecent radio and TV content. Tim Winter, the president of the Parents Television Council, said in a statement late on Monday that the FCC’s announcement is “deeply vexing.” “It unnecessarily weakens a decency […]

Ira Isaacs, Defecation Porn Shock Artist, Sentenced 4 Years In Prison (NEWS)

Posted on February 20, 2013, in News, Pornography Laws, Sexual Violence

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Title: Ira Isaacs, Defecation Porn Shock Artist, Sentenced 4 Years In Prison
Publication: The Huffington Post
Author: Megan Griffo
Date: 20130117

Looks like someone’s career went down the toilet. Ira Isaacs, a self-proclaimed “shock artist” notorious for integrating feces-eating into porn, was sentenced on Wednesday to four years in federal prison, three years of supervised release, and a $10,000 fine, LA Weekly reported. The 61-year-old South Bronx filmmaker was found guilty last April of violating federal obscenity […]

Why Iceland is seriously considering a ban on Internet porn (OPINION)

Posted on February 20, 2013, in Opinion, Pornography Laws, Societal

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Title: Why Iceland is seriously considering a ban on Internet porn
Publication: Deseret News
Author: Jamshid Ghazi Askar
Date: 20130215

Iceland’s interior minister is preparing legislation that would effectively render Internet pornography inaccessible to Icelanders. The Daily Mail broke the story Tuesday: “Iceland could become the first Western democracy to block all Internet porn under radical new proposals. … Two years ago, the Icelandic Parliament (successfully) banned all strip clubs on the grounds that they […]

Pornography, Respect, and Responsibility: A Letter to the Hotel Industry (Opinion)

Posted on January 24, 2013, in Indecency, Opinion, Pornography Laws, Societal

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By: Robert P. George is McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University. Shaykh Hamza Yusuf is co-founder and a member of the faculty of Zaytuna College. July 9, 2012 See original letter here. We write to ask you to stop offering pornographic movies in your company’s hotels. We make no proposal here to limit your […]