A few years ago, I argued against the idea that porn was hijacking our sexuality. Now, as a women's centre tries to ban my opponent, I wonder - are they scared that if people listen to Gail Dines, their minds might be changed too?
Stoya can't give talks in high schools, because she makes porn films. If she could, here's what she'd say about respecting other people's boundaries during sex.
The idea that you can tackle misogyny with a porn filter or a plastic bag is one of the more ludicrous conceits of social conservatives in modern times.
David Cameron's attempt to introduce a porn filter mark the day the Conservative party embraced the nanny state.
Ban this sick filth. No, not THIS sick filth, obviously.
Including, who decides what counts as 'pornography', what happens when people 'opt-in' and what about page 3?
The worst thing about this debate is that it turns a real-world, complex problem into a simple moral choice.
Can only when we stop confusing artistic merit with ethical deformity can we start having interesting conversations about what constitutes “artistic” pornography and whether there’s a market for it, says Tabatha Leggett.
Never has it been so easy for young children to watch violent pornography. Can politicians who grew up in the analogue age do anything about it?