I'm right yes?
But check this out...
Following the effects of a new law in the Czech Republic that allowed pornography to a society previously forbidden to access it allowed us to monitor the change in sex related crime that followed the change.
As found in all other countries in which the phenomenon has been studied, rape and other sex crimes did not increase.
Of particular note is that this country, like Denmark and Japan, had a prolonged interval during which possession of child pornography was not illegal and, like those other countries, showed a significant decrease in the incidence of child sex abuse.
If it's true, that porn and rape are substitutes and not complements even for paedophiles, then arguably the best method of reducing the harm done to children is to increase, not ban, the production of child pornography.
It would be a very brave politician indeed who was willing to act upon such a scientific finding.
Leaving one final question: what about the children harmed in production?