Before you throw cups on me, I should say: I'm also concerned with porn ubiquity. But let's get some perspective.
I'd like to warn the Playboy protesters in Indonesia that you're actually campaigning for the very thing you hate. By holding demonstration and all that, you're actually advertising for it. (The Playboy magazine should thank you for that). Look, many fourth graders are now asking their parents: Dad, Mom, what's that Playboy, people are fighting about on TV? More "sophisticated" teens will go find out themselves through internet -- piece of cake, it's three clicks away. In fact, even if they don't find it, everything is available on the street: cheap tabloids, dirty novels, nude pictures, you name it. Even the glossy ones: FHM, Cosmopolitan, Matra. Don't forget the TV itself. Or chic-lits. Porn is everywhere.
Do you think banning Playboy will solve the problem?
So what's the solution? Frankly I don't know. How about you buy each and every piece of Indonesian Playboy magazine everytime it is issued, then you burn it right away?
Or maybe our problem is education, not information? Comments welcome.