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Mehmet Oz's long, terrible decline into talk show guest spot quackery has been well documented. D behind homeopathy, faith healing and Reiki energy therapy.What was "strong-armed" into place was preferable to the amount of damage that could conceivably be done by a handful of legislators operating under the influence of moral panic. Add to this the additonal (if minor) hurdle of opting out of "voluntary" internet filtering.When you make something "opt out," most people will take the path of least resistance and go with the pre-selected choice: "opt in." Something strong-armed into pseudo-policy by a determined government is never "popular." It takes a very special kind of mind (and predisposition) to portray it that way.And as for the research, it only points to addicts' addictions triggering the similar pleasurable responses.Almost anything can be consumed up to the point that it becomes "too much of a good thing," but that's no reason to demand the proprietor (such as it were) control the end user's actions. First, she offers up her own comparably pristine past as a shocking contrast to today's routine debasement.“My generation was told growing up that porn was cool because it was ‘sex positive.’ But what can be more ‘sex negative’ than being unable to perform in bed? This article links back to a now-deleted blog post once hosted by Psychology Today.In fact, the entire blog ("Cupid's Poisoned Arrow") has been removed from the site.The UK's porn filters are working well, at least according to those in favor of internet filtering.In real life, it's easily circumvented, generates false positives and soothes the frayed nerves of "for the children" legislative busybodies by giving them a false sense of control.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.