@freemo Depends in part on how one distinguishes between "mature content", "erotica", and "pornography".
Conservatives are out there crying for bans on sex ed books and anatomy books that they consider "porn" just for correctly illustrating and naming body parts, while handwaving away Genesis 19, Genesis 38, Ezekiel 23, the entirety of the Song of Solomon, and so on.
@bii I am using porn in the normal way here... Lets just say the majority of normal stuff youd find on pornhub... Or to put it another way... naked people engaging in sexual activity with the explicit intent to arouse the viewer and includes penetration and full nudity in graphic detail for that purpose.
@freemo Indeed, and maybe my initial example, in its own un-nuanced extremity, wasn't the best to illustrate my thought, which is that "mature content" is an objective term, while a distinction between "erotica" and "pornography" feels more subjective to me.
I get your definition, and shall run with it.
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