Pornography

Fight the New Drug - PornographyPornography Recovery Program
Helps 'Fight the New Drug'-- The co-founder and executive director of an organization that fights pornography addiction among youth says he sees a need to continue raising awareness about the harmful effects of porn.


US Bishops to Address
'Pervasive' Challenges of
Pornography
-- The U.S. bishops have overwhelmingly approved the creation of a statement on pornography to address the “serious pastoral challenges” and consequences that it poses on a spiritual, social and personal level.



-- A major U.S. law enforcement operation, which saved over 100 minors from prostitution rings and arrested over 150, drew praise from a congressman known for toughening laws against sex trafficking.


Hijacking the Brain — How Pornography Works
WHEATON, IL, February 2, 2010  - We are fast becoming the pornographic society. Over the course of the last decade, explicitly sexual images have crept into advertising, marketing, and virtually every niche of American life. This ambient pornography is now almost everywhere, from the local shopping mall to prime-time television.


Pat Fagan, Pornography study

New Study on Effects of Pornography
Reveals ‘a Quiet Family Killer,’ Researcher Says
-- A new study on the effects of pornography indicates that it erodes the family, corrupts men’s sense of normal sexuality and is frequently a major factor in most divorces. The author of the study characterized pornography as “a quiet family killer.”




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