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The suffering of those who are close, of our friends and family, deserves greater discretion: the death of 'our own' is to be respected and protected, certainly not exposed pornographically.
Like perhaps too many American male writers, Panowich writes in the shadow of Cormac McCarthy's almost pornographically violent Blood Meridian.
In American Psycho, a male author writes pornographically about misogynistic sexual violence perpetrated by a male protagonist upon female victims in a way that is morally ambiguous, and at times, even celebratory of its violence and hatred of women.
Pornographically homophobic chants in the stands are still as popular as hot meat pies.
Like Princesses, the multimedia drawings, paintings, and prints address ideals of femininity, the majori- ty of which are sewn images of women posing pornographically for a presumed male gaze.
This flagrant and blatant form of punishment, which is abused rather pornographically by sadistic Israeli intelligence operatives in a way that would inflict maximal pain on the detainees and their families, must end today, not tomorrow.
It is not Myrtle's death and pornographically exposed body that ultimately matter to Fitzgerald but the psychological dissolution of Gatsby.
The narrator also criticizes corruption in Angola, a country at peace that does not empower its own people, where the former colonizers still profit the most and a privileged minority "gets pornographically rich."
Its libertine prose is intentionally visceral, blunt and violate as it explicitly and pornographically discusses the most taboo situations in which a body can place itself.
(98) There is likewise no provision that criminalizes the use of the Internet to pornographically exploit adult women without their consent, nor is there a provision to criminalize the use of the Internet to entice by misrepresentation, advertise, or sell through online transaction enslaved individuals who have reached the age of majority.
De Lancre's witchcraft treatise was not a manual, but a government report, and Institoris, author of the Malleus, was not pornographically obsessed (71, 205, 209).
Pussies were also galore in Arsen Savadov and Alexander Khartchenko's pornographically re-imagined socialist realist harvest scene, Heart (2007), and the MishMash Group's fur-lined ArchAnthropos (2006) crawlspaces.
He imagines that Dale Kohler is having an affair with his wife, Esther, and he fantasizes about their erotic encounters in pornographically explicit detail.