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Question 1: In 1969, ________ became the first country to legalize hardcore pornography, followed by toleration in the Netherlands also in 1969.

Question 2: Like videotapes and ________, the Internet has proved popular for distributing pornography because it allows people to view pornography (essentially) anonymously in the comfort and privacy of their homes.
DVDHD DVDLaserdiscBlu-ray Disc

Question 3: In New York, Gerard Damiano's Deep Throat gained particular notoriety and a certain social acceptance, giving rise to the term "________", perceived as a cultural trend.
Behind the Green DoorJohn Holmes (pornographic actor)Pornographic actorGolden Age of Porn

Question 4: Digital media is revolutionary in that it allows photographers and filmmakers to manipulate images in ways previously not possible, heightening the ________ or eroticism of a depiction.

Question 5: While pornography had been traded electronically since the 1980s, it was the invention of the ________ in 1991 as well as the opening of the Internet to the general public around the same time that led to an explosion in online pornography.
WebsiteHTMLWorld Wide WebNetscape

Question 6: Arguably the first 'pornstar' to become a household name was ________ from the United States, who starred in the 1972 feature Deep Throat.
Women Against PornographyLinda LovelaceChuck TraynorAndrea Dworkin

Question 7: However, Casey Donovan, star of the first mainstream pornographic hit ________ in 1971,[31] achieved name recognition nearly a year before Deep Throat debuted.
Gay pornographyCasey Donovan (actor)Boys in the SandThe Boys in the Band

Question 8: Throughout its history, the ________ has been used for pornography, but for most of that time pornographic movies were typically available only by underground distribution, for projection at home or in private clubs and also night cinemas.
PanavisionMovie camera16 mm filmMovie projector

Question 9: ________, the nation's largest cable company, once pulled in $50 million from adult programming.
Dish NetworkComcastUrban OutfittersXfinity

Question 10: In Britain, the productions of ________ were "soft core", but considered risqué in the 1950s.
Cardew RobinsonHarrison MarksCome Play With MeLondon

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