Feminists have long been divided from the concern of whether this can be best for ladies.

Feminists have long been divided from the concern of whether this can be best for ladies.

Into the 1980s, sex-positive feminists defended pornography as type of free intimate expression, although some, like Andrea Dworkin and Catharine MacKinnon, argued that pornography inevitably represents and propagates physical physical physical violence against women—largely since it dehumanizes them.

“Women in pornography are fired up by being placed down and feel discomfort as pleasure. Read more