A treatise on prostitutes, or prostitution.
obscene pictures, writings, drawings, motion pictures, videos, or the like intended primarily to cause sexual arousal and having little or no artistic merit; also, the content of such materials.
Sexually oriented material that is not considered acceptable to the viewer; the same material when judged subjectively acceptable is often referred to as "erotica."
Sexually explicit material, whether in printed form, video or Internet. The EU is particularly resolute in its campaign against child pornography. . (See Customs, Organised crime: Trafficking in human beings, Police)
Sexually arousing material such as films and magazines that is more explicit and not as artistic as erotica.
Pictures, movies or photographs which are mainly for the purpose of sexual arousal. ("Although most people watched the young gymnasts in the Olympic games with no sexual interest, some pedophiles videotaped the competition to have 'innocent' pornography.")
creative activity (writing or pictures or films etc.) of no literary or artistic value other than to stimulate sexual desire
Pictures, videos, and written material that openly shows sexual situations and causes sexual excitement.
Verbal or visual material or acts that embody violence, coercion, discrimination, force or brutality on women, men, children, or animals in sexual acts, and represent them in a degrading position.
Books, pictures, films etc designed to be sexually arousing.
Verbal or visual material or acts intended for sexual stimulation. Pornography often embodies violence, coercion, discrimination, force or brutality on women, men, children or animals in sexual acts, and represents them in a degrading position. Pornography very often does not present a realistic image of sex.
The combination of sexual material with abuse or degradation in a manner that appears to endorse, condone, or encourage such behavior.
Legal term. Sexually explicit material which is designed to arouse sexual desire but which is not classified as obscene is considered to be pornographic. The definition of what material is pornographic varies from community to community.
Any sexually explicit picture, movie, book, etc. Usually used in a derogatory sense. Compare EROTICA.
Sexually explicit pictures, writing, or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal. (American Heritage Dictionary, 4th edition.)
in general, any deliberate attempt to arouse erotic feelings as an end in themselves.
sexual images or writing intended to sexually excite another person. Pornography can be in books, magazines, movies, or on the Internet. Child pornography involves sexual images of children or writing about children designed to sexually excite another person (ususally an adult).
Objects or materials that depict erotic behavior with the intent to sexually arouse.
Graphics and text that are sexual in nature, not intended for minors and illegal in some places.
introduction the campaign against the effects - causing harm? and sex crime criticisms of laboratory evidence criticisms of radical feminism the Minneapolis Ordinance the Miller Test pornography on satellite TV - see EU legislation pornography on the Internet - see Regulation of the Internet An Historical Conspectus and Evaluation of Patriarchal Ideologies and Attitudes and the Policing of Domestic Violence - dissertation by Pamela Chanberlain
sexually explicit material intended to incite sexual arousal. (630)
Written, spoken, or visual material that stimulates sexual feelings. The term "pornography" comes from the Greek word porneia, which means "the writings of and about prostitutes." Also known as porn or porno.
Material which is designed to arouse lust but which does not meet the legal definition of obscenity according to Miller vs. California. As a rule, pornography is less explicit and crude than obscenity. Neither are conducive to wholesome Christian living.
Pornography (from Greek Ï€ÏŒÏÎ½Î· (porne) "prostitute" and Î³ÏÎ±Ï†Î® (grafe) "writing"), more informally referred to as porn or porno, is the explicit representation of the human body or sexual activity with the goal of sexual arousal. It is similar to, but distinct from erotica. Over the past few decades, the pornographic industry has skyrocketed due to the technological convenience of VHS and DVD, and in particular the rise of the Internet.