New Yorker [cr-95/10/11]


Sender: Lazlo Nibble <•••@••.•••>

Maybe I'm just not noticing the controversy, but I think it's more than a
little ironic that I've heard all kinds of whinging about the Newt Gingrich
article in the current New Yorker but *not one word* about the fact that
the issue in question includes a full-frontal nude photo of a prepubescent
girl.  (It's in the context of Lewis Carroll's fixation on little girls;
he took the photo.)

So -- if someone makes "kiddie porn" available on America On-Line, it's
national news...but when it's available for sale on every newsstand in the
country, nobody says a word about it?  No wonder computer users feel

::: Lazlo (•••@••.•••;

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