Supreme Court refuses to entertain Nalin Kohli plea to examine link between pornography and sexual offences

The petition claimed that watching pornographic or sexually explicit content, particularly of a violent, non-consensual nature, acted as a stimulus for committing rape or sexual assault.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a petition seeking directions to the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to collect data for revealing a link between the viewing of pornographic material and the commission of sexual offences [Nalin Kohli v. Union of India].

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