Accessible porn reduces rape and prostitution

 


Why The European Plan To Ban Porn Is A Bad Idea

But if the ban were to make it into the final law, it would likely do more harm than good. Though a few studies have found that, under laboratory conditions, porn makes men more sexually aggressive, there’s no real-world evidence bearing out the claim that this translates into sexist attitudes or sexual violence. According to Professor Milton Diamond, director of the Pacific Center for Sex and Society at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, “[t]here’s absolutely no evidence that pornography does anything negative.”

There is, however, empirical evidence that it reduces the incidence of sexual violence. One 2007 study by Todd Kendall compared the rates of crime between U.S. states with greater and lesser access to the internet. After controlling for other crime-inducing variables (like rates of urbanization and alcoholism), Kendall found that more internet access led to lower rates of two crimes only — rape and prostitution:

I find that internet access appears to be a substitute for rape; in particular, the results suggest that a 10 percentage point increase in internet access is associated with a decline in reported rape victimization of around 7.3%…internet has no apparent substitution effect on any of 25 other measured crimes, with the exception of the only other well-defined sex crime, prostitution. Moreover, I show that the effect on rape is concentrated among states with the highest male-to-female ratios, and that by age, the effect on rape is concentrated among teenage men, who are the prime consumers of pornography, and for whom the internet induced the largest change in availability.

Two other studies support Kendall’s finding — one correlating the international spread of the internet with a concomitantly international decline in sexual violence, the other presenting survey evidence that, as Scientific American puts it, “patients requesting treatment in clinics for sex offenders commonly say that pornography helps them keep their abnormal sexuality within the confines of their imagination.”


Proponents of such laws that prohibit pornography actually endanger women and children. This has been conclusively proven by academic researcher Milton Diamond and others.

The most parsimonious explanation for this ruthless endangerment of women and children to pursue a false ideology is the Sexual Trade Union theory by the Antifeminist :

 

*As with Savile, who allegedly abused girls and boys aged from babies to women in their thirties, the media, and especially the Daily Mail chooses to focus on the ‘teen victims’.  This is a notable development in the history of paedohysteria, as it used to be the practice for the media to obsess on little girls being murdered by random psychopaths in order to stoke up mob rage and then conflate it with teenage sex in order to push for more ‘anti-paedo’ draconian legislation that protected women in a free sexual market from nubile teenage competition.  During the Savile hysteria a little Welsh girl – April Jones – went missing presumed murdered, and yet this was totally overshadowed by stories of Savile the paedophile ‘molesting’ 15 year old groupies in BBC dressing rooms.  Similarly, the trial of the man accused of murdering April Jones began this week, the same week as Hall’s trial – almost completely drowned out in the headlines proclaiming Hall as a dirty paedophile for making passes at 16 and 17 year old girls when he was in his 30′s and 40′s.  What this shows is that the Sexual Trade Union has now firmly accomplished a key goal in inflating ‘paedophilia’ to include, or even mean primarily, normal heterosexual attraction to teenage girls -even 16 and 17 year old girls – and the pretence of caring about real paeophilia is no longer necessary.  Underhand means of exploiting the tragic killings of little girls is no longer needed in order to firmly establish this inflated definition of paedophile in the public’s mind.  theantifeminist

 

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    http://www.socialcostsofpornography.com/Layden_Pornography_and_Violence.pdf
    Or this one: http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/publications/proceedings/20/goldsmith.pdf
    However I feel that they might be begging the question: “Given the level of confusion about the meaning of pornography, it may be useful if it is
    defined for the purposes of this paper. The (unanimous) Canadian Supreme Court
    redefinition of pornography, in February 1992, as material that degrades women or
    promotes violence is the interpretation used here (Supreme Court of Canada 1992). This
    paper’s concern is not about putting fig leaves on classical statues; it is about the increasingly
    virulent tide of material in which the primary concern appears to be to demean women and
    reassert their treatment as inferiors.” Yeah would this be begging the question?

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