Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Ponography
Commercialization of sexuality
• - Pornography
• - Prostitution
This work is based on a study of pornography,
rates and other information on this theme.
Its theoretical framework based on the status of pornography as a business and how often it is
In other hand, we know the psychological, involving social, both those who do it as who sees it.
This theme is picked education as something that our classmates can learn to define
what pornography is the display of sexual content in the form obscene with intent to
arouse or promote pornography.
For others is a distortion of sexuality and negative effects, as it takes an individual to be a sex
• This work is based on a study of pornography,
• rates and other information on this theme.
• Its theoretical framework based on the status of pornography as a
business and how often it is used.
• In other hand, we know the psychological, involving social, both
those who do it as who sees it.
• This theme is picked education as something that our
classmates can learn to define what pornography is the
display of sexual content in the form obscene with intent to
arouse or promote pornography.
• For others is a distortion of sexuality and negative effects, as it
takes an individual to be a sex addict.
What is it?
• Pornography is the portrayal of explicit sexual subject
matter for the purposes of sexual excitement and erotic
• Porn can be found in a huge variety of ways. It can be
found through books, magazines, Internet and even in video
games (ex. Grand Theft Auto 3), sculptures and even in
• In pornography the movie actors are called porn-stars and
picture models are called porn-models. Pornography is often
censored because of its obscene content.
Types of pornography
Types of pornography
This types have also sonme sub-categories or sub-genres:
the category of participants, such as:
• Amateur pornography : not professional
• Fetish pornography : sexual arousal a person receives from
• Sexual-orientation-based pornography (heterosexual
pornography; gay pornography; lesbian pornography;
• Orgy pornography
• Race-oriented pornography (e.g. Asian, black, Latino,
• Reality pornography : documentary style
• Soft pornography
• Voyeurism, involving, for example, use of hidden camera or
•Child pornography is perhaps one of the most consistent problems in
•It this it is an abomination and should be punished even harder than it
•Children don't deserve that a sick adult do such things to them.
•It is even impressive how there are times that law doesn't find guilty
people that have been caught with child pornography, this is what this
report is about.
interactive, and animated
Celebrity sex tapes
• Sale of magazines - Playboy and Hustler
• Sale of videos - Vivid Video
• Advertisements on porn websites
Side advertisement in web sites
• The pornography industry has been considered influential in
deciding format wars in media, including being a factor in
the VHS vs.
• Beta max format war (the video tape format war)
• In the Blu-ray vs.
• HD DVD format war (the high-def format war)
• 89% of porn is created in the U.S.
• $2.84 billion in revenue was generated from U.S. porn
sites in 2006
• $89/second is spent on porn
• 72% of porn viewers are men
• 260 new porn sites go online daily
• In some cultures, such as Western European nations and the
US, making or owning pornography is legal.
• It is legal as long as all of the people in the pornography are
older than a certain age.
• It must also be sold to people above a certain age.
• Often this age is 18 years.
Is pornography addictive?
THE LAW IN Srilanaka
In many countries, such as Srilanka, India,
Indonesia, Iran, and Pakistan, making or owning
pornography is a crime.
According to the law in Srilanaka, anything that
is lascivious or appeals to the prurient interest or
if its effect is to deprave and corrupt persons
would be considered to be
(i) The srilankan Penal Code,
(ii) The Information Technology
Act, 2000 (‘IT Act’).
• lets to hire
• know about
• publicly exhibits
• In any manner puts into circulation
• has in his possession
Usage of pornography
• any obscene
• representation, or figure or any other
obscene object whatsoever
Obscenity under the Information
Section 67 of the IT Act lays down
the law that obscenity is an offence
when it is published or transmitted
or caused to be published in any
Sri Lankan rules
deal with computer systems and networks,
intangible medium of the internet and
electronic communication devices such as
the cellular phone handsets
Punishments prescribed under the
Acts for obscenity(IPC)
first conviction with imprisonment (simple or rigorous) for
a term which may extend to two years, and with fine which
may extend to two thousand rupees,
in the event of a second or subsequent convictions, with
imprisonment (simple or rigorous) for a term which may
extend to five years, and also with fine which may extend
to five thousand rupees.
•This link above you can
find information about
•Here you can find help if
you or someone near you
has an addiction.
•Hope you take a look at it
and enjoy from this
Fighting against porn
• Clear concept of what is pornography and the right way as
it should have sex without hurting others.
• There no doubt that pornography is a social problem that affects
us all as we are all exposed to it through different ways.
• Pornography is certainly a topic that not everyone likes to talk, but it
is a reality that we all as members of a society must face,
• Not only
for the addict who spends hours watching pornographic material,
but also for the thousands of million people each year are sexually
• We criticize pornography but we think the potential suffering that
both women and children suffer for the holding that deception
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