I may not like some "extreme" porn, but that's a very loose term. "Extreme" can mean a lot of different things to difference people.
It also seems wrong since honestly, the participants are willing and being paid. They shouldn't have the right to say that people aren't allowed to watch want they want to in the privacy of their own home.
It doesn't seem right for anyone to place restrictions on such a thing. I'm a firm believer that people are entitled to see what they opt to see, whether that be pornographic/violent material or not.
I can understand book bannings, as there are certain books that indicate ways to create bombs and similar ideas, but porn has never done anything to anyone. It's just a form of pleasure for some people, and an artistic view for some people.
I'm not saying I'm a large supporter of pornography, but I am in support of artistic nudity, so I strongly, strongly object to the passing of this law.
Even though this won't affect me, it irks me just as much as those who it will affect. I'm furious.