By Hari Dutt Sharma
Intercourse being a taboo in our society, it restricts us from discussing the topic overtly. for that reason, a number of misconceptions and myths have won forex. The ebook throws gentle at the topic dispelling numerous myths linked to it. subsidized by way of apt illustrations it's going to turn out to be informative, educative and stress-free studying fabric. This ebook describes threadbare the whole gamut of sexual artistry, with references from celebrated intercourse manuals like Kamasutra and different confirmed texts at the topic.
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Qxd 4/13/06 9:59 AM Page 22 CHAPTER 2 HOW MANY DIRTY WORDS? In 1973 the FCC received a complaint from a man who was driving with his young son in New Jersey and heard a broadcast on a New York City noncommercial radio station, WBAI. WBAI was licensed to the Pacifica Foundation, an organization that operated several stations throughout the country and was known for its integrity—and bravery. For example, during the height of the cold war, most commercial stations carried programs about communism, but rarely, if ever, included a real, live communist in the discussion.
Dwight L. Teeter and Bill Loving, Law of Mass Communications: Freedom and Control of Print and Broadcast Media (New York: Foundation Press, 2001), pp. 113–14. 237 F. 2nd 796, 802, 2nd Cir. (1956). Roth v. S. 476, 490, 77 Sup. Ct. 1304, 1312 (1957), as cited in Teeter and Loving, Law of Mass Communications, p. 115. , pp. 115–16. Overbeck, Major Principles of Media Law, p. 385. Teeter and Loving, Law of Mass Communications, p. 117. “KINM Cleared But Management Gets Sharp FCC Warning,” Broadcasting, June 27, 1960, p.
Similarly, so would a man who logged on to exchange information about prostate cancer. Both would be transmitting material about sexual or excretory organs and functions. Much of Shakespeare, as well as other great works of art, drama and literature, would be banned. The moment the bill was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Clinton, it was challenged in the courts by a large group of diverse organizations, ranging from Internet companies to publishers to the American Library Association to the American Civil Liberties Union.
All You Wanted to Know About Sex by Hari Dutt Sharma