Men confront pornography

Just a John by Robert Jensen
Wrapping Profit in the Flag by Stan Goff
Inefficient Intimacy by Rob Horning
Just a prude? by Robert Jensen
Becoming a Feminist by Hank Shaw
Four Quotes from Rus Funk
Beginning the Path to Nonassholedom by Dim
I Hate Porn by DanZbar
Leaving the Comfort Zone by Derrick Jensen
Why Aren't We Shocked? by Bob Herbert
The Pornography Culture by David Hart
Politics and Misogyny by Bob Herbert
Pornography and Sexual Violence by Robert Jensen

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The men I have known in my life have never had trouble telling the difference between their own pleasure and their own pain. I'm pretty clear about the difference between things that feel good and things that hurt. Pornography tells men that it's different for women. The women in pornography, the whores, clearly like to be (hurt) sexually; it's their nature. Most of the women outside porngraphy, the Madonnas, claim not to like to be treated that way sexually. But maybe, pornography suggests, just maybe those Madonnas are lying. Maybe deep down, all the Madonnas are really whores. Maybe they all like it like that -- rough, painful, denigrating.
--Robert Jensen in Getting Off

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