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Should you be able to view anything you want in common space?

Dawn Hawkins says she was exposed to child-themed pornography on a Delta flight to Texas last month when a man in front of her was openly viewing it on his iPad. She asked him to put it away, and even asked for help from a flight attendant, but to no avail. Following the incident, she made a YouTube video detailing her experience.

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“A group of porn consumers produced a video and condemned her for being uncomfortable looking at pornography that she didn’t want to look at and condemning her for producing a video to tell about it,” he details. “And these people, many of them said that it should be fine to look at pornography on an airplane; people should just get used to it.”

Since Hawkins’ experience, MIM has been contacting airlines to make sure that they have good anti-pornography policies in place. In a new video, she reports that “surprisingly, Delta has been very positive,” assuring people that they “do not allow pornography or obscenity on their airlines.”

What do you think?

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