The Social Costs of Pornography07 Jun 2010
The fruit of a meeting hosted by the Witherspoon Institute and cosponsored by STI and The Institute for the Psychological Sciences, The Social Costs of Pornography statement of findings was released this week. The statement from this December 2008 Experts Meeting draws from a wide range of fields, including philosophy, psychology, law and sociology, and hopes to begin a cultural conversation about the true nature of pornography and the consequences of its ubiquity.
To access this important statement of findings and the conference proceedings, click here: http://www.socialcostsofpornography.org/.
Read Hoover Institution Fellow Mary Eberstadt's related article "The Weight of Smut" in First Things.