Quote by John Stoltenberg
Pornography tells lies about women. But pornography tells the truth about men.
This quote suggests that while pornography distorts the perception of women, it exposes the raw desires or tendencies that exist in men. It implies that pornography objectifies and devalues women by perpetuating unrealistic and degrading portrayals, reinforcing harmful stereotypes that are not representative of real women. On the other hand, it argues that pornography may offer insight into the inner desires or fantasies that some men have, shedding light on their preferences and attitudes. This quote draws attention to the contrasting impacts of pornography on women and men, highlighting the potential harm caused to women while acknowledging that it mirrors certain aspects of male sexuality.
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