Think about it for a minute here...
A good point was brought up that censoring pornography makes it seem "sacred". In many ways this view point is absolutely right on the mark.
In the United States, we have an extremely high rate of car accidents due to drunk driving. Why? Because alcohol is viewed among our youth as a sacred artifact of the elders, a symbol of age and maturity. Thus they feel that drinking makes them more "adult" and "cooler". Please don't try telling me that kids drink because it tastes good.
I grew up in a Russian family where alcohol was not considered anything special, and social drinking was the norm. As a result, I take absolutely no interest what so ever in alcohol, and laugh at my peers as they boast about their drunk experiences.
My case is not an exception either, but a rule.
In European nations, where alcohol laws and social views on alcohol are much more liberal, drunk driving is much less of a problem.
Europe also has a very liberal view on sex, heck, commercials in Holland feature nude women frequently. Guess what, their rape rates are lower then America's.
Enacting prohibition-like policies (whether in government or in the home) towards an item, concept, or feeling only gives it a "holy" status, and the exact same is true of pornography.
On the other hand, we still have to ask the question that I asked in a previous post, if viewing pornography actually is linked to real-life sexual violence. I have my doubts.
"The hunger for liberty may he suppressed for a time; yet never exterminated. Man's natural instinct is for freedom, and no power on earth can succeed in crushing it for very long."