AGAINST PORNOGRAPHY
Anti-Pornography Website

PORNOGRAPHY: ITS CONTENT AND THE SPEECH ISSUE


The purpose of this section is educational. It will not give an opinion on the issue if pornography should be protected by the First Amendment or not. It will only show that if pornography is indeed protected as free speech, then so should be the speeches of its victims and of the anti-pornography feminists. This section intends to show the cruelty of the pornographers' speech and give a summary of the content of their most popular material which is on the market today -- and all over the Internet. This section also provides links to important anti-porn videos and audio files and shows articles which describe how pornography's victims and feminist opponents are censored by the mainstream media. 





The Cruelty of the Pornographers' Speech (Explicit Description)

The Content of the Most Popular Contemporary Pornography (Explicit Description -- No Image)


WATCH FEMINIST CONFERENCE VIDEOS:

Gail Dines' Opening Remarks at the National Conference on Pornography and Pop Culture (2007)

Mapping the Pornographic Text (A comprehensive and recent -- 2007 -- Analysis of Mainstream Contemporary Pornography), by Robert Wosnitzer, Ana Bridges, and Michelle Chang

Pornography & Pop Culture: Putting the Text in Context (An Honest Overview of the Mainstream Pornography Industry and Popular Culture), by Gail Dines

Real Men, Real Choices, by Robert Jensen

Not Your Father’s Playboy and Not Your Mother’s Feminist Movement: Contemporary Feminism in a Porn Culture, by Rebecca Whisnant

ALSO WATCH THE FEMINIST ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY SLIDESHOW "WHO WANTS TO BE A PORN STAR? SEX AND VIOLENCE IN TODAY'S PORNOGRAPHY INDUSTRY" ON STOP PORN CULTURE'S WEBSITE (Click Here)


DOWNLOAD AUDIO FILES:

The Andrea Dworkin Audio Library (to listen to some of the speeches of this admirable radical feminist against pornography)

MediaWatch Interviews (Ann Simonton interviews anti-porn activists)

Anti-Porn Activist S.M. Berg being interviewed on the F-Files about the radical feminist perspective on prostitution and pornography


ARTICLES:

The Censored Truth, by Ann J. Simonton

Sex and Feminism: Who is being Silenced?, by Adriene Sere

For Men, Freedom of Speech; For Women, Silence Please, by Andrea Dworkin

A Testimony on Porn and Hollywood

Unmasking Male Privilege, by Nikki Craft

"The People VS Larry Flynt": A Feminist Critique and Protest, by Diana Russell
 
"The Death of Discourse": The Failures of our First Amendment Successes, by Robert Jensen

Catharine MacKinnon: Mass Media Reflexively, Subtly Protect Pornographers


This last link (below) is not about pornography. It is an an excerpt of Derrick Jensen interviewing media critic Robert McChesney (in the Sun Magazine) about media ownership and its implications. This article can give you a lot of information on the meaning of the First Amendment in the U.S.A.:

Free Press For Sale: How Corporations have bought the First Amendment