To see, well, not the other side, but have the legal aspects behind it explained to us, I guess we can agree, is a good thing. [livejournal.com profile] synecdochin tries this here, and it gives me a lot to think about, I have to say. I'll read it again and share more thoughts tomorrow, but I think I can already say: Despite everything, LJ seems to have trouble understanding, and sensibly implementing, the Miller test for obscenity. I haven't quite understood it either, yet, so for tonight I'll give it all a rest. ;)
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