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Her sense of shame has been violated by proxy and she's projecting it all over the Globe and Mail's editorial pages. ] That's followed by this sentence, which is extremely jarring in its cognizant dissonance. It’s where we live and where our kids are growing up.
Mc Laren wraps up her post by strongly suggesting Canadian ISPs be given the same mandate: filter or else.
Make Canada every bit as ineffectively censorious as the UK, because Mehmet Oz, "porn-induced erectile dysfunction" internet circle jerks, and the "pornification of our children" demand it.
So, of course, someone in Canada thinks it's a great idea.
Leah Mc Laren, novelist, columnist and "gold National Magazine Award winner" advocates for porn filters -- not just "for the children" -- but for all the erectile dysfunctional adults of the nation.