As Dworkin explained in the ordinance, the law can be used by men, women, children, and transsexuals. A person can sue if she has been coerced into a pornographic performance, forced to watch pornography, assaulted or physically injured as a direct result of a specific piece of pornography, or she can bring a complaint against traffickers . . . because they are part of a system of exploitation that keeps women in particular civilly inferior (though men, children, and transsexuals can also sue under this part, if they can show that pornography impacts on their civil status).