Definition of pornography
Origin of pornography
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How to use pornography in a sentence
Pornography is here to stay—a consequence of living in a free country.Rick Santorum’s War on Pornography Stirs Up the Same Tired Arguments|Kristin Battista-Frazee|March 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Pornography of Terror By Christopher Dickey, Oct. 1, 2011 Maybe now the madness can end.
Pornography is sexual expression; human trafficking and slavery are crimes.
"Pornography has crawled out of the muck and has joined trash culture," she says.
Pornography, an eminent American jurist has pointed out, is distinguished by the "leer of the sensualist."1601|Mark Twain
British Dictionary definitions for pornography
Derived forms of pornographypornographer, nounpornographic (ˌpɔːnəˈɡræfɪk), adjectivepornographically, adverb
Word Origin for pornography
Cultural definitions for pornography
Books, photographs, magazines, art, or music designed to excite sexual impulses and considered by public authorities or public opinion as in violation of accepted standards of sexual morality. American courts have not yet settled on a satisfactory definition of what constitutes pornographic material. (See obscenity.)