Ubiquitous pornography does not simply lead to privatized vice, but also destabilizes human culture and civilization to such a degree that the state should seek to degrade and destroy it as a menace to society.
… any state interested in ordering the common life of its people towards goods such as human flourishing must take drastic and immediate measures to reduce and prevent the harms that pornography wreaks upon not only individual lives but society more broadly.
What is the state’s obligation towards such men — to champion the individual liberty of men willfully pouring poison into their eyes, or to jam up the poison factory?
– Ban Porn Now, by Joshua Heavin.
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