Will criminalisation of Porn solve the problem of sexual crimes in India ?

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Do you really think it will help?

Pornography is an adult form of entertainment from which children are generally banned from view…

Source: Will criminalising Porn solve the problem of sexual crimes India ?

Have a look at this rational post by arrested developments:

Pornography is a government-controlled industry for many reasons. It is sexual in nature and involves risky behaviors in its production.

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Still, due to technological advancement Pornography is easier to get now than it was 30 years ago and it is available for free on  Internet sites. Most free, online adult porn does not contain the violent and degrading material found in other kinds which are for sale and controlled by the government.

The real problem arises with the kind of porn which depicts extreme forms of domination, force, violence, humiliation, and abuse to another person, which is called Hardcore triple-X.. Hence forth the emphasis should be on to ban these types of violent explicit pornography despite of banning as a whole.

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Some people argue that ready access to pornography disrupts social order, encouraging people to commit rape, sexual assault, and other sex-related crimes. And even if pornography doesn’t trigger a crime, they say, it contributes to the degradation of women. It harms the women who are depicted by pornography, and harms those who do not participate but are encouraged to perform the acts depicted in it by men who are acculturated by it. Many even adamantly believe that pornography should become illegal.

Alternatively, others argue that pornography is an expression of fantasies that can actually inhibit sexual activity, and act as a positive displacement for sexual aggression. Pornography offers a readily available means of satisfying sexual arousal (masturbation), they say, which serves as a substitute for dangerous, harmful, and illegal activities.

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it is always difficult to move from correlation to causation. The social changes in India  go far beyond pornography. The right-wing principle that there is something wrong with exposing skin (especially for women) leads naturally to the belief that women who cover fewer square inches are asking to be raped – and some who feel this way might then conceive the notion to follow up on such an invitation. Thus the reduction of rape could occur solely as a consequence of ideological shift toward sexual freedom, altogether independent of pornography per se.

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Ultimately, there is no freedom that can’t Be and is never misused. This can range from the freedom to bear arms to the freedom to bear children (just look at “Surrogate mothers Act 2016 India”). But it doesn’t mean that the freedom of the majority should be restricted to prevent the abuses of the few. When people transgress into illegal behavior, there are laws to punish them, and those act as a deterrent.

indiafront | October 19, 2016 at 11:41 pm

No..

Rape is Banned in India..

Is it helping to stop Rape..?

The only thing Indian police knows is to put restrictions.. And do nothing.

You can see a blogger is asking whether its helping to curb rapes when Rape is also a criminal offence.

shanepedia  |October 20, 2016 at 3:13 pm

No ..

Pornography Ban won’t solve the problem.. Absence of Pornography may increase sexual crimes..Criminalising Porn will cause more Criminal Offences plus you can’t stop a person looking for means of arousal.

While pornography is supported by its consumers and producers But Regulation for the pornography industry is necessary because the product itself causes people to be sexually aggressive, and violent towards participants, particularly women and children. Women and children are used for sex and for profit, and are abused and sexually abused in the process. There are concerns over sexually transmitted diseases being passed from person to person because there is multiple and frequent changing of sex partners during the making of porn.

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Apart from banning there are larger concerns in communities and societies about the effects it has on individuals, particularly rape victims. The impact of rape passes the point of actual victimization of the sexual offense; rape victims experience victimization in the justice system, in the media, and in the community. In order to minimize these effects, there needs to be more education in the community on the appropriate uses of pornography and effective responses to situations where people are presented with porn or being exploited for sexual favors.

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