Overview of a colloquium that exposed the legal community to developments in pornography familiarized feminists with first amendment protections
Introduction to the Review of Law and Social Change's Colloquium, a tenth anniversary anniversary celebration for the journal
Imaginary dialogue between a feminist and an attorney to explore polarizaiton in views concerning pornography and its regulation.
The "taken as a whole" standard must be applied in determining whether or not a thing is obscene.
Transcript of panel discussion on the regulation of pornography
A civil libertarian feminist can become involved in group efforts to end violence against women without abandoning civil liberties principles.
Description of how and why pornography and sexual violance is terrorism of women and what people must do to rise up against it
Hard core pornography is gynocidal propaganda
Federal and state governments can constitutionally puish the purveyors of obscenity.
Transcript of panel discussion on the effects of violent pornography.
Overview of presentaiton at a colloquium, focusing changing attitudes we hold twoards men, women and violence by changing images that reinforce the attitudes
In a democracy, it is imperative that all new and unconventional ideas, no matter how offensive, be heard or read.
Freedom of speech and freedom of press are myths and pornography is used to suit the private purposes of corporate interests that control mass media.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Toker v. Pollak: The Applicability of Absolute Privilege In Defamation Cases
- Obstructionist Activities At Abortion Clinics: A Framework for Remedial Litigation
- Securing Gay Rights through Constitutional Litigation
- New Jersey Education Association v. Burke: Res Judicata, the Younger Doctrine, and the Captive State Litigant