I had a medical encyclopedia/reference library that used to contain all
sorts of naughty pictures that I used to giggle at, and there was no need
for those texts to have disclaimers in big bold letters.
On 5/16/06, Alphax (Wikipedia email) <alphasigmax(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Steve Bennett wrote:
On 5/16/06, MacGyverMagic/Mgm
> If people want to deter kids from coming across certain material on the
> internet, it's their responsibility to install blocking software.
in BIG bold letters it's an encyclopedia. It's common sense for
sexual material to be included so I'm against yet another disclaimer.
Point me to another encyclopaedia with photographic images of
erections or clitorises, and I might agree.
If cameras had been around back then, Encyclopédie
) probably would have.
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