Senate Hearings on Pornography

Mary Anne Layden, co-director of a sexual trauma program at the University of Pennsylvania, said pornography’s effect on the brain mirrors addiction to heroin or crack cocaine.


So is chocolate and caffeine and cigarettes. And Ritalin.

She told of one patient, a business executive, who arrived at his office at 9 a.m. each day, logged onto Internet porn sites, and didn’t log off until 5 p.m.

Is he addicted or just bored out of his mind? I don’t believe you can sit in your office and surf porn for 8 hours a day. I just don’t think it can be done. Eventually your eyes would cross or the chafing would cause pause.

While I’m on a tear: what is this abortion on demand crap? It sounds like their talking about pay-per-view. Maybe focus groups found that abortion on demand sounds even more sinister than partial-birth abortion – which was a fabricated term anyway. Does a Culture of Life make room for shooting Iraqi civilians and executing criminals?

Meanwhile the deficit climbs.






One response to “Senate Hearings on Pornography”

  1. sam Avatar

    The first time I heard “abortion on demand,” Ann Coulter was the one saying it. I immediately had the same reaction you did. I guess we’re supposed to picture some militant bushy-pitted short-haired woman with granola in hand demanding that her baby be extracted.

    Ann’s just jealous that other women have periods.

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