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Pornography (often shortened to porn or porno) has been defined as sexual subject material that has the primary purpose of sexual arousal in the consumer, and is produced and supplied with ″the consent of all persons involved.″[a] Intended for consumption by adults, pornography depictions have evolved from cave painting, some forty millenia ago, to virtual reality in modern-day. Pornography use among people is considered a common recreational activity inline with other digitally mediated behaviours such as use of social media or video games.[b] A general distinction is often made regarding adult content as whether to classify it as pornography or erotica. Depictions of a sexual nature have existed since the times of prehistory. The oldest artifacts that are considered pornographic were discovered in Germany in 2008 CE which are dated to be at least 35,000 years old.[c] Throughout the history of erotic depictions, various groups within society have considered them to be noxious and made attempts to suppress them under obscenity laws, censored, or made illegal. Such grounds, and even the definition of pornography have differed in various historical, cultural, and national contexts. The Indian Sanskrit text Kama sutra, written sometime between 3rd and 5th century CE, included illustrations, poetry, and prose regarding sexual behavior and the book was celebrated; while the British English text Fanny Hill (1748) considered as "the first original English prose pornography" has been one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. In the late 19th century, a film by Thomas Edison which depicted a kiss was denounced as obscene in the United States, whereas Eugène Pirou's 1896 film Bedtime for the Bride was received very favorably in France. Starting from the mid-twentieth century onwards, societal attitudes towards sexuality became more lenient in the West, and legal definitions of obscenity made limited. In 1969, Blue Movie by Andy Warhol became the first film to depict unsimulated sex and receive a wide theatrical release in the United States. This was followed by the 1969–1984 Golden Age of Porn, a time period when many high quality pornographic films played in theaters and became part of popular culture. The introduction of home video and the World Wide Web in the late 20th century led to worldwide growth in the pornography business. From the 21st century onwards greater accessibility to the internet and affordable smartphones made pornography more culturally mainstream.