Why we all need pornography


By Annalee Newitz THE makers of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are facing an investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission after it emerged that explicit sex scenes were hidden inside the popular game’s software. The discovery provoked a wave of condemnation from politicians, including an accusation by Republican congressman Fred Upton that GTA’s publisher, Take-Two, had “blatantly circumvented the rules in order to peddle sexually explicit material to our youth”. But it is not the first time technology has been used to offer people a sneaky peek at sex. The “adult entertainment” industry embraced video cassettes,
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