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A Writers Guide to
Adult Compliance Requirements
Short Description: So you want to write erotica? Learn exactly what is, and is not, legally permissible. Protect yourself from overzealous publishers and attorneys who insist all erotica is evil! This informative writer's guide provides accurate information about age of consent, barely legal, pornography, obscenity, and other taboo subjects. An essential resource for aspiring or experienced erotica authors!
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Publishers who claim to support free speech are censoring anything that might possibly be considered controversial. Myths and misnomers abound, and few authors know the true facts about what they can, or cannot, legally publish. Whether you're an experienced erotica author, or new to the publishing industry, this informative writer's guide is for you!
Learn the truth about past and current obscenity laws, and how the U.S. Supreme Court determines whether a visual, oral, or written work is legally obscene. How is obscenity different from pornography? How has easy access to such materials via the Internet changed how laws are interpreted?
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