Archived from the original on 27 February Catharine MacKinnon declined to support the legislation, though aspects of it were based on her legal approach to pornography. In the s and s, Annie Sprinkle , Candida Royalle , and Nina Hartley were some of the first feminist-identified performers in the porn industry. Archived from the original on 21 January Views Read Edit View history. Anti-pornography feminists are also critiqued as intolerant of sexual difference and is characterized as often indiscriminately supporting state censorship policy and are accused of complicity with conservative sexual politics and Christian Right groups. North American Journal of Psychology.
MacKinnon and Andrea Dworkin regarding Canadian customs and legal approaches to pornography". Dworkin opposed LEAF's position, arguing that feminists should not support or attempt to reform criminal obscenity law. Women's suffrage Muslim countries US. Archived from the original on 7 February So are all commercial media.
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Retrieved 1 September Anti-pornography feminists say that consumption of pornography is a cause of rape and other forms of violence against women. Even the feminists who see pornography as a sexist institution, also see censorship including MacKinnon's civil law approach as an evil. FFE further argues that the attempt to fix social problems through censorship, "divert[s] attention from the substantive causes of social ills and offer a cosmetic, dangerous 'quick fix. The Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance that they drafted was passed twice by the Minneapolis city council in , but vetoed by Mayor Donald Fraser, on the grounds that the city could not afford the litigation over the law's constitutionality. The examples and perspective in this article deal primarily with the United States and do not represent a worldwide view of the subject. One Book Called Ulysses.
Robin Morgan summarizes this idea with her often-quoted statement, "Pornography is the theory, and rape is the practice. It has also been pointed out that in pornography, women generally earn more than their male counterparts. In its mission statement, Feminists for Free Expression argues that censorship has never reduced violence, but historically been used to silence women and stifle efforts for social change. Available to view online as: The greater intrigue for men to view hardcore and unusual pornography was greater when they believed to be doing so anonymously. Several feminist anti-censorship groups have actively opposed anti-pornography legislation and other forms of censorship. Archived from the original on 26 October