Porn a Public Health Crisis?

If claims made by researchers such as psychiatrist Dr. Mary Anne Layden are true, does this constitute “public health crisis” or pandemic?  If so, why?  If not, why?

  – What does “objectification” mean?

  – What does “commodification” mean?

  – for reasons of ethics and public health prostitution currently is illegal in 49 of 50 U.S. States. E.g., those engaging in prostitution allegedly have 20 times the death rate of the average population;  in part due to co-morbid addictions. What’s the legal distinction between prostitution and pornography production?

  – Which ethical traditions seen to date (if any) may find themselves most in tension with the proposition that porn would be a public health crisis? 

  – Which ethical traditions seen to date might not conflict with the proposition that porn is a public health crisis?

  – If one or more of the alleged problems listed above were seriously fueled by porn production and/or consumption, would this impact the costs of medical care in the United States?  If yes, why?  If no, why?

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