For the past half century and more, the citizens of free and democratic societies have debated questions concerning the production, sale, and consumption of pornography. The debates have addressed such issues as whether there is a fundamental right to access pornography and whether such materials are sufficiently harmful to justify their legal regulation. This volume is a contribution to those debates. It proceeds from the premise that considerations of equality between women and men are foundational to any defensible view concerning whether and how to legally regulate pornography....
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