Tuesday, March 12, 2013

EU looking to ban porn now too


US already aware of harms, has laws in place!
March 12, 2013
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The European Union is voting today on a resolution to ban the advertisement of pornographic products and sex tourism. 


Just a couple of weeks ago, we reported on Iceland's plan to ban access to online pornography. 


The widespread harm from pornography is the driving force behind this development. 


It is not at all surprising that the EU, Iceland or any other country is taking measures to curb the devastation resulting from pornography. Consumption of pornography is causing a worldwide pandemic of harm. Morality in Media maintains an extensive online database of peer-reviewed research on the harm from pornography, PornHarmsResearch.com, accessed and used by people in every country in the world.


In the United States, our Congress, state legislatures and our courts have long recognized the harmful nature of pornography and banned most of it. In fact, it is currently a violation of federal law to distribute "obscene" or hardcore adult porn on the Internet, on cable/satellite TV, on hotel/motel TV, in retail shops, through the mail, and by common carrier such as UPS or FedEx. 


But one person has taken it upon himself to thwart these sensible laws, U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder. Holder disbanded the Obscenity Prosecution Task Force in the Department of Justice and has refused to initiate even one new adult obscenity case since he became attorney general four years ago. 


At least we know who is responsible for the harm to women, children, and indeed all in American society caused by pornography.


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Patrick A. Trueman

President & CEO

Morality In Media


www.PornHarms.com



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DEMAND THAT HE START ENFORCING EXISTING FEDERAL OBSCENITY LAWS AND THAT HE STOPS GIVING PORNOGRAPHERS THE GREEN LIGHT TO BREAK THE LAW AND HARM MILLIONS OF AMERICANS!




 
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