The Perverse Law Of Child Pornography;
The Columbia Law Review
in this Article I raise questions about the censorship imposed by
child pornography laws. I argue that these laws, intended to protect children from sexual
exploitation, threaten to reinforce the very problem they attack. The legal tool
that we designed to liberate children from sexual abuse threatens to enslave us
all, by constructing a world in which we are enthralled - anguished, enticed,
bombarded - by the spectacle of the sexual child."