Kozinski and the Kinky Photos

We haven’t seen this on other blogs we read, so we had to post: Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th Circuit apparently had sexually explicit photos on a public website that he didn’t realize was public.

Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, acknowledged in an interview with The Times that he had posted the materials, which included a photo of naked women on all fours painted to look like cows and a video of a half-dressed man cavorting with a sexually aroused farm animal. Some of the material was inappropriate, he conceded, although he defended other sexually explicit content as “funny.”

Um, yes, funny — that’s undoubtedly exactly what’s going through the thoughts of every woman lawyer who has appeared before him. This sort of thing always skeeves us out: if you argue before him does it mean that he’s thinking about your argument? Or is he wondering what you’d look like, on all fours, dressed as a cow? Sure, that possibility is always there, but it’s a bit different when you know more details on what the person might be thinking.

We have, of course, decided to run a poll on how this would affect your outfit choice for an argument before him. You can also read the full story here: 9th Circuit Chief Judge Alex Kozinski Posted Sexually Explicit Material on his Website [LAT]

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Judge Kozinski on His Porn Site: “It’s Part of Life” [WSJ Law Blog]

UPDATE: Feminist Law Profs weighs in.

Comments

  1. Didn’t his son post them on the site, not him? Anyway, from a totally unscientific poll of 3 men, they claim that men see real-life women as a totally different species than women in porn, and that the whole “imagining women on all fours” thing just doesn’t happen when they’re out and about and not at home on the internet.

    I’m not sure whether I believe them.

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