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The Pornography Debate Pornography has become the subject of debate from the court systems for many years. Many would like to see legislation against it and applications to filter it. The problem is it is not that easy and creating laws against it would pose a problem against the first amendment. There have many issues caused by the grounds that it's demoralizing to girls and can be filth for the eyes of children. But, is pornography really that damaging? There are many explanations as to why the government has difficulty placing restrictions on pornography. As Cynthia Stark says in Social Theory and Practice," just because some find specific materials offensive isn't a sufficient motive for restricting those substances." There must be appropriate grounds for creating such laws to prevent pornography distribution because either way you look at it, it goes against the free speech laws of the very first amendment. Nadine Strossen of the ACLU had a fantastic point when she stated "the First Amendment contains no exclusion for sexual speech. If sexual address is censored or regulated then other forms of political expression will also be threatened." It is hard to find the appropriate grounds in which restricting pornography is appropriate and still does not go contrary to the First Amendment of free speech. Pornography can be clarified as prurient and so why should it be against the law to express your emotions freely? Does porn it is actually cause any injury? New laws that involve the net have been passed but are now getting a second appearance, as they too could be against the Constitution. The Children's Internet Protection Act that requires libraries to utilize anti-pornography software has been brought back into the Supreme Court with the help of the ACLU since it...