"An unforeseen finding may be the estimated 27 percent of Playboy, 33 percent of Penthouse and 47 percent of Hustler cartoons and illustrations identified as 'Child Magnets.' Briefly, Child Magnets are features which are generally unique to the children's world of entertainment (e.g., books and television) and known to attract child readers/viewers. . . Since evidence confirms the large juvenile readership of these magazines, the unique quality of Child Magnets may be viewed as a technique both catering to, and attracting a juvenile audience. Therefore the depictions presented in 'Child Magnets' may be presumed to be of special public interest and concern."
--Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D., "Executive Summary," Images of Children, Crime and Violence in Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler Magazines, 1985.
"I suggest that it has a much greater effect on children than it does on adults. Fourteen-year-olds are exploring sexuality, desperate for information, and pornography provides what they think is useful information about sex." 3