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It is often said that we have inconsistent attitudes to pornography and the depiction of violence, but on closer inspection you can draw some clear boundaries."War films" are obviously all about violence but are equally obviously acted by well-paid volunteers. We sometimes get graphic images of real victims but it is rare to see the violent act broadcast as news: a few clips from Vietnam really upset the public who were paying for it.If you like war films, video games, boxing, or cop flicks, it is difficult to object rationally to consensual pornography, but there's the distinction: child porn cannot be consensual, any more than being burned by napalm, and worse, cannot be excused as an essential act of war."Escalation" is difficult to prove, but the advertising industry certainly believes that behavior can be influenced by exposure, and puts a lot of money behind that assertion.
Yes, but the movies you refer to are obviously not real. Actors, directors, writers, ect.