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In the atmosphere of high anxiety surrounding the Supreme Court's decision in R. v. Sharpe, abnormal and normal collide and fantasy and representation become equated with reality. It is my intent in this short article to explore the complex cultural and political conditions that give meaning to the Supreme Court's unanimous endorsement of stiff criminal penalties for possessing sexual representations of adolescents and children. In the Criminal Code provisions on child pornography and in thedoi:10.21991/c95m2g fatcat:w25olyd7ijavpb5q7xdz7zyrgi