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Miss Grandin had been on of the first to realize that nothing is so demoded as a modern style that is old-fashioned, and she had recently done a sweeping early-Victorian redecoration of her entire establishment.
In particular, the Canadian approach avoids imposing unpredictable qualitative standards on morally-challenging art, in contrast to the demoded systems of Strasbourg and the USA that are still tied to old distinctions between art and pornography, including archaic concepts of depraving and corrupting obscenity, and 'dangerous' appeals to the prurient interest.
100) Such commentators also argue that law that regulates pornography seems geared to conservatism and demoded approaches.