12. Pornography and Women as Objects in the Media and in Hollywood. The Beauty Industry
“Preventing and combating the devastating harms of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking & sexual slavery”
"Anarcha-Feminist, sex trafficking survivor"
“… a grassroots campaigns movement against the objectification of women and the sexualisation of girls.
“Collective Shout is for anyone concerned about the increasing pornification of culture and the way its messages have become entrenched in mainstream society, presenting distorted and dishonest ideas about women and girls, sexuality and relationships.”
“Building resilience & resistance to hypersexualized media & porn”
The Movie Guide for Women
“Alline Cormier's film guide for women”
“End pornography and patriarchy: The enslavement and degradation of women”
Pornography tells lies about women. But pornography tells the truth about men.
— John Stoltenberg
Rachel Ann Barr. “Watching pornography rewires the brain to a more juvenile state.”
Rubén de Alarcón, Javier I. de la Iglesia, Nerea M. Casado, and Angel L. Montejo.
“Online porn addiction: What we Know and what we don’t—a systematic review.”
Enough Is Enough. "Porn industry archives." 
Fussbudgety Feminist [“Diana”]. “Feminism and pornography.” 
Luke Gibbons. "'The porn industry is modern-day slavery': How pornography and sex trafficking are linked." 
Genevieve Gluck. "Spanish parents to sue municipality over “pornographic” event for children." 
Tanya Gold. “Hollywood’s ugly feminism: Carey Mulligan has missed the awkward truth about her bad review in Variety.” 
Donald L. Hilton, Clark Watts. “Pornography addiction: A neuroscience perspective.” 
George F. Koob, Nora D. Volkow. “Neurocircuitry of addiction.” 
Simone Kühn, PhD.; Jürgen Gallinat. “Brain structure and functional connectivity associated with pornography consumption: The brain on porn.” 
Todd Love, Christine Laier, Matthias Brand, Linda Hatch, Raju Hajela. “Neuroscience of internet pornography addiction: A review and update. 
Ann Manov. "Pro-porn feminists can’t tell the truth: Any honest portrait of the industry reveals its brutality." 
Mateusz Maszczynski. “Investigation launched after flight attendant hopefuls reportedly ordered to strip down to their underwear during recruitment event.” 
Paul J. Wright, Robert S. Tokunaga, Ashley Kraus. “A meta-analysis of pornography consumption and actual acts of sexual aggression in general population studies.” 
… pornography is the bible of sexual abuse; is a chapter and verse; pornography is the law on what you do to a woman when you want to have mean fun on her body and she’s no one at all… She’s at the bottom of the barrel.
― Andrea Dworkin, Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant
AC [Alline Cormier] Picks. VIDEO CHANNEL
Sheila Jeffries. Beauty and misogyny.  BOOKAC [Alline Cormier] Picks. VIDEO CHANNEL
James B. Weaver III PhD, MPH, Stephanie Sargent Weaver PhD, MPH, Darren Mays PhD, MPH, Gary L. Hopkins MD, DrPH, Wendi Kannenberg MPH, Duane McBride PhD.
“Mental‐ and physical‐health indicators and sexually explicit media use behavior by adults.” 
Gary Wilson. “The great porn experiment.”  VIDEO
Pornography exists for the lonesome, the ugly, the fearful—it’s made for the losers.
― Rita Mae Brown
Andrea Dworkin. Pornography and grief.  AUDIOBOOK
_____. Pornography: Men possessing women.  ONLINE BOOK
Robert Jensen. Getting off: pornography and the end of masculinity.  BOOK
Ariel Levy. Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture.  BOOK
Catherine McKinnon, Andrea Dworkin. eds. In harm’s way: Pornography Civil Rights Hearings.  BOOK
Gary Wilson. Your brain on porn: Internet pornography and the emerging science of addiction.  BOOK
The plague of pornography is swirling about us as never before. Pornography brings a vicious wake of immorality, broken homes, and broken lives. Pornography will sap spiritual strength to endure. Pornography is much like quicksand. You can become so easily trapped and overcome as soon as you step into it that you do not realize the severe danger. Most likely you will need assistance to get out of the quicksand of pornography. But how much better it is never to step into it. I plead with you to be careful and cautious.
―Joseph B. Wirthlin