The Dr. Chauntelle Show (4/2/12)

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This week, I talk about all sorts of good stuff!! In Random News, an 18-year-old high school student asks someone (anyone!!) to got to the prom with him (#pornprom)… Professional fact finagler Rick Santorum takes a stand against porn, but then immediately takes that stand off his website – I consider two dimensions of his slated war: obscenity and the US mail. I saw some sweet content from Girlfriends Films this week, the first installment of one of their newer series – Strays. Finally, I do a little explaining of US Code Title 18, 2257. It’s a very complex topic, but trust me you’ve seen/heard of it before.

Enjoy!!

 

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For more on porn prom, go here.

Rick Santorum’s stand against porn included: “The Obama Administration has turned a blind eye to those who wish to preserve our culture from the scourge of pornography and has refused to enforce obscenity laws.” He promised that, if elected, he would “prohibit distribution of hardcore (obscene) pornography on the Internet, on cable/satellite TV, on hotel/motel TV, in retail shops and through the mail or by common carrier.” (Rick’s was quoted here)

Review of Girlfriends Films’ Strays, Part 1 (2011) here. To buy your copy, go here.

For more on US Code Title 18, 2257 and 2257 regulations, go here. For PVV’s assessment of the Traci Lords story, go here.

For information about the Department of Justice and their call for 2257A comments, go here.

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