The debate around banning pornography that objectifies women fractured the feminist movement. Future attempts to outlaw pornography will follow the precedent set forth in Osbourne v. Ohio and attempt to ban pornography in order to protect public health and safety.
Author information: Jared Kelly is a fourth-year political science and geography student at UC Berkeley. In his free time, he enjoys playing chess, hiking, classic films, and reading historical fiction.
"Should Pornography that Patently Objectifies Women be Banned?,"
Compass: An Undergraduate Journal of American Political Ideas: Vol. 2:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.jsu.edu/compass/vol2/iss1/5