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EDITORIAL - APRIL 2010  

Dear Readers,

Sexual desire is one of the basic human instincts designed by nature to enable human beings to preserve their own kind. However, unfulfilled sexual desires give rise to sexual frustration, and pornography is considered to be one of the means to vent one's suppressed sexual desires.

Hardcore pornography, which generally involves graphic depiction of sexual acts, does not meet a kind treatment at the hands of the law across the world.

What fits the description of 'obscene' can only be judged with reference to the people concerned, which means that no uniform standards can be evolved in this regard. What might be acceptable in one territory might be outrageous in the other.

Therefore, the charge of 'moral policing' cannot be leveled against the Indian State if it chooses to ban a certain website for pornographic content in accordance with the law because since all laws are technically moral, the enforcement of any law could be called 'moral policing'.

Manish Arora        

 
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