Which returns us to the theme we have discussed before.
Perhaps people would have a better idea of what pornography is and how it differs from other forms of erotica and artistic and literary expression, if they have actually experienced it. I doubt the police and customs officers are the best arbiters.
Just as we feel that if breasts were common sights, prurient interest would fade rapidly, so might free availability of pornography rapidly lead to desensitisation and lack of interest, as you indicate Nat. The old forbidden fruit problem.
Top- and breast-freedom would then become a non-issue.
Should people have a mandatory pornography exposure? Sounds wacky, but I wonder sometimes.
Michael ”Just Do It!”