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Photography vs. Pornography

I was born and raised in the New York City area, which is one of the most progressive parts of the U.S., or at least it used to be. In the 1970s movie theaters in midtown Manhattan openly advertised real … Continue reading

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Stolen Youth: Jaycee Dugard PART 2

Please read PART 1 Stolen Youth: Jaycee Dugard to understand the context of this post. Child kidnapping is an emotional subject to think about and discuss, but this case merits more attention than it has already received. Not brief and superficial … Continue reading

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Hugh Hefner, Playboy and the Limits of Heroism

The biographical documentary “Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist, Rebel” (Phase 4 Films, 2010) is a very long and complicated story about a great man. What Mr. Hefner accomplished in his life is amazing, and inspiring. He certainly deserves the praise of … Continue reading

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