Cross-readings along the axes of recognise:
We recognise this as part of the larger political project of moral policing, censorship, and hierarchisation of citizenship and rights.
We recognise that the issue of pornography online has to do with agency, consent, power and labour.
We recognise children’s right to healthy emotional and sexual development, which includes the right to privacy and access to positive information about sex, gender and sexuality at critical times in their lives.
Also specific to Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016):
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