The debate about whether there’s too much sex in the movies has raged almost since the invention of the medium.

The infamous Hays Code, introduced to regulate titillating content in Hollywood films in 1934, sought to impose acceptable moral standards on an industry that many prurient protesters felt had become a veritable den of iniquity and corruption of Christian values...

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