People are waking up. Porn is the blue pill. Porn sluts are your true enemy, the false saviors you probably love but should really hate.
Now, most of the states on this list at the National Decency Coalition are in the Midwest and South, you know, conservative Christian.
But then there's Florida and Pennsylvania. This happened back in February and January of this year (2018).
WHEREAS, pornography is creating a public health risk and contributing to the hypersexualization of children and teens, and
WHEREAS, efforts to prevent exposure to pornography, to educate individuals and families concerning pornography's potential harmful effects, and to develop pornography recovery programs should be systematic, and
WHEREAS, due to advances in technology and the widespread availability of the Internet, children are exposed to pornography at an alarming rate and it can serve as their main source of education regarding human sexuality, and
WHEREAS, twenty-seven percent of young adults between the ages of 25 and 30 report that they first viewed pornography before the onset of puberty, and
WHEREAS, pornography depicts children and young people in a hypersexualized manner and a child who views such images is at a higher risk of developing low self-esteem, an eating disorder, and a desire to engage in dangerous sexual behavior, and
WHEREAS, pornography objectifies women, normalizes violence and the abuse of women and children, depicts rape and abuse as harmless, and is related to the increased demand for sex trafficking, prostitution, and child pornography, and
WHEREAS, pornography has potential detrimental effects on the user and research has found correlations between pornography use and mental and physical illnesses; difficulty forming or maintaining intimate relationships; unhealthy brain development and cognitive function; deviant, problematic, or dangerous sexual behaviors, and
WHEREAS, recent research indicates that one can develop a compulsive disorder in which excessive amounts of pornography are consumed, resulting in the user consuming increasingly more shocking material or withdrawing from daily life functions to satisfy the compulsion, and
WHEREAS, pornography can have a detrimental effect on families, including a reluctance to enter into marriage, dissatisfaction in marriage, and marital infidelity ..."
somewhat legit except for the part where objectifying women is apparently a problem
I'm convinced that porn is never going to go away tho, it's too important a tool for keeping modern menpacified