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Tag: women and pornography

What Pornography and That Third Piece of Cake Have In Common

Before you even begin reading this post, promise me you will read to the very end. Promise? Okay. Good. Please proceed. The recent onslaught of natural disasters is an obvious sign that we are nearer to the end times than ever before, but t... Read More »

Women, Pornography, and Our Sexualized Culture

Earlier, we discussed mainstreaming of pornography in socially acceptable mediums. Today we’re talking about how the mainstreaming of pornography and our increasingly sexualized culture is impacting girls and women. Instead of being a gif... Read More »

Pornography Goes Primetime

Last month Fox News ran a story about women and pornography that claimed that a book like Fifty Shades of Grey is really nothing more than “mommy porn,” a reference to the so-called “soccer moms” who are seen as the primary consumer... Read More »

The Best-Kept Secret Behind 50 Shades

We used to blush about it. It was the kind of thing that women kept quiet about. It was personal – too personal – and not at all “ladylike.” Perhaps we’d joke about it or laugh at a reference to it on shows like Sex in the City. B... Read More »