Gail Dines Quotes
Gail Dines (born 29 July 1958) is Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Pornography is to sex what McDonalds is to food. A plasticized, generic version of the real thing.
The awkward truth, according to one study, is that 90 percent of 8-to-16-year-ol ds have viewed pornography online. Considering the standard climax to even the most vanilla hard-core scene today, that means there is an entire generation of young people who think sex ends with a money shot to the face.
If tomorrow, women woke up and decided they really liked their bodies, just think how many industries would go out of business.
Images today have now become so extreme that what used to be considered hardcore is now mainstream pornography.
The pornographers did a kind of stealth attack on our culture, hijacking our sexuality and then selling it back to us, often in forms that look very little like sex but a lot like cruelty. The only solution to this is a movement that is fierce in its critique of sexual exploitation and steadfast in its determination to fight for what is rightfully ours.