The concept of psychopaths and sociopaths in Western society and culture is not clearly defined, and covers a great range of character, attitudes and behaviour. This range includes everything from someone who is introverted and not socially adept to mass murderers and cannibals. Characters of psychopaths in early films were often created without a real understanding of psychopathic personalities. They were often portrayed as caricatures, being emotionally unstable, sadistic, sexually compulsive and with an urge to engage in random violence, murders, and destruction. This was often accompanied by bizarre mannerisms, such as giggling, laughing, or facial tics, often creating famous but unreal characters.
They suggested that SEM is just one factor amongst several that may affect youth sexual behaviors. Another current Internet pornography research also suggests that viewers’ confidence in media representations is a key determinant of effects in other words that the effects of sexual media on watchers’ sexual behavior depends on watchers’ level of media confidence. As mentioned before some of the interviewees on McKee research stated that porn material portrayal unrealistic sex and that they see no negative problem with that, however cannot be expected that everyone’s cognitive perspectives are the same. Alike to this findings are the ones from Sinković, Štulhofer, & Božić, which study findings can be summarize as
When a person views pornography, the individual is affecting nearly all aspects of his or her life in a negative way, whether it be neurological, physiologically, mentally, or relationally. But, people are often unaware of the repercussions until it is too late. To make matters even worse, pornography, especially Internet pornography, has grown substantially from the realization that a profit can be made off of people’s sexual cravings. Furthermore, there are currently no restrictions set on the making and distributing of adult pornography. This means that anyone has access to porn, including children; the need for regulation and supervision has been long overdue.
2. Overview Child sexual abuse and the effects it has on victims and perpetrators have received much needed attention by various theorist such as Silverman, Reinherz and Giaconia (1996: 710); Glueck and Hammer (1957:326) and Chapman, Dube and Anda (2007: 359). The American Psychiatric Association (APA, 2000 ) have listed various paraphilias in the DSM-IV related to child sexual abuse that are recognised as legitimate mental disorders but hebephilia has long been regarded as a normal sexual attraction. Hebephila is an erotic attraction or sexual activity with pubescent adolescents (aged 11 to 17) of both sexes by an individual at least five years older than the victim (Campher, Bezuidenhout, 2010:44; Blanchard, 2009:335; Glueck and Hammer,
What is nude art or sexually explicit thing for one person may be obscene or porn for another. Obscenity on the Internet is not a common crime, the Internet has provided a medium for the facilitation of crimes like obscenity or pornography. Cyber obscenity or any lewd act done through technological means is the trading of sexually expressive materials within cyber space. Even though the Indian Constitution guarantees the fundamental right of freedom of speech and expression, it has been held that a law against obscenity is constitutional. The Supreme Court has defined obscene as “offensive to modesty or decency; lewd, filthy, repulsive”.
Rubin (1984) stated that “The realm of sexuality also has its own internal politics, inequalities, and modes of oppressing” (p.267). Sexuality is full of repression. She indicates sex hierarchies to point the sex have been good and bad, but it is not that dualistic indeed. Masturbation is one of the example that can show society always control sex strictly. Masturbation In “Sex and Society: Generations”(2009), Cavendish indicates that masturbation is the act of stimulating genitals and point of orgasm.
The same could be said with the conflict between sexuality and sensuality. Both O’Keeffe and Gray were heavily invested in the latter as opposed to their male counterparts which could be a symptom of sexual repression as introduced by Wilhelm
This new form of expression became more extensively prevalent, resulting in a new form of adult entertainment, in the form of graphic art. This was termed pornography, Ivana Kronja, author of Politics as Porn: The Pornographic Representation of Women in Serbian Tabloids and its Roles in Politics, believes that porn was a way for people to humor themselves free of societal expectation. The term pornography itself was derived from the mid-nineteenth century from the Greek words 'porne' and 'graphos' to connote "graphic depiction of whores." Kronja narrates, porn is "an expression of the unrealizable aspiration to liberate oneself from the constrictions of culture and civilization and attain absolute pleasure." (Kronja, 187) While explicit materials seen as lewd content then, taken at that time where there was no film or photographs, visual and written materials of early years were much compliant than what society considers pornography now.
Section 31 of the Child Act 2001 clearly prohibits sexual abuse of children, while section 43 makes it an offence to sell, buy, let for hire, obtain possession, detain, advertise of a child for the purposes of prostitution. These provisions focus on physical abuse and exploitation that may require judicial activism from the court and prosecutor creativity to extend the application to digital era. However, new development has been addressed in combating the issue of online pornography or indecent images. Several of the above Acts that were used to govern print and film pornography have been applied to address online crimes in relation to posting, distributing and possessing of indecent photographs online and websites. In the case of Tan Jye Yee & Anor v Pendakwa Raya  6 MLJ 609, the appellant has been charged inter alia under section 5(1) of the Film Censorship Act 2002 for obscene publication in their Thumblr.
Recently people are divided on porn sites and its contents. It is happening in a country where temples’ walls are carved with intimate and explicit sexual movements. It is happening in a country where Kama sutra was written, read and experienced. After all what happened to the India which was an open minded and frank nation to deal with these topics with dignity? What happened that people feel shy and cross fingers to speak about it?