For my part, I have no problem in morally condemning pornography, though there are degrees of degradation.
But as a Christian I also believe that people have the right to sin and freedom is defended only at a cost.
Sharia law is the enforcement of moral behaviour - our law is about preserving freedom and limiting the excesses of damaging behaviour. It sounds good but look where it leads.
Nor is it wise to ban that which cannot be enforced in a pluralist society.
Me? I like some porn, that is why I steer clear of it. I have to pluck my eye out as it offends me. Gets bloody but that's the cost of following Jesus.
Excellant, well thought out and honest response. Thanks for taking the time.
In a free society it is more of a responsibility and difficulty in defining the “law” so that Freedom and liberty are protected, yet we don’t degenerate into a form of anarchy. All societies , except Animal Farm, regulate themselves and doing so is not easy when the laws are not soooo black and white.