Abusive Charms

Eroticized Classrooms Target the Most Vulnerable

In its online encyclopedia, the FCC notes that it is "a violation of federal law to broadcast indecent or profane programming during certain hours . . . when children are more likely to be in the audience . . . to protect children from harmful content."1 Many states also have laws that make it illegal to expose children to obscenity. Nevertheless, in at least seventeen states, so-called obscenity exemptions have been made for schools, museums, public libraries, and other venues.

What agents conspired to sneak obscenity exemptions into the very places where "children are more likely to be in the audience," so that teachers can present...

 
This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #32, Spring 2015 Copyright © 2020 Salvo | www.salvomag.com https://salvomag.com/article/salvo32/abusive-charms

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