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Teenagers ‘can be corrupted’ by Hollywood sex scenes

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From the UK Telegraph Psychologists concluded that teenagers exposed to more sex on screen in   popular films are likely to have sexual relations with more people and   without using condoms. The study, based on nearly 700 popular films, found that watching love scenes   could “fundamentally influence” a teenager’s personality. The researchers, from Dartmouth College in […]

SCOTUS rules on indecency case

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From our friends at Porn Harms: The U. S. Supreme Court ruled on an important indecency case today, one in which Morality in Media filed a legal brief.  The court ruled that two TV networks, Fox and ABC, were not given “fair warning” that use of the F-word and nudity of the backside of a […]

Is the cannibal murder another fallout of porn?

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Although Montreal gay porn actor Luka Magnotta shocked the world last month by allegedly killing and cannibalizing his ex-lover, his behavior is not isolated and may echo a pattern of an out-of-control sexual deviancy fueled by the Internet, according to one expert. Dr. Judith Reisman, an internationally-recognized expert on pornography and sexuality, told LifeSiteNews.com that […]

CCV: Delta Airlines allows pseudo-child pornography

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From our sister organization in Ohio, Citizens for Community Values: THE ISSUE: Dawn Hawkins, executive director of the anti-pornography non-profit Morality in Media, witnessed a man watching violent, pseudo-child pornography on her Delta flight from Baltimore to Detroit on February 17, 2012. The male flight attendant refused to do anything about the situation, or even […]

MFI responds to Globe column endorsing pornography

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On February 9, Boston Globe columnist Erika Christakis wrote a piece titled “Fair-trade Pornography” that encouraged so-called “ethically sourced pornography.” She goes so far as to say that society’s attraction to pornography is a “primitive – but relatively harmless” impulse. Maureen Vacca, MFI’s Director of Public Policy, wrote a letter in response to this column, […]

LETTER: There is nothing ‘fair’ about pornography

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    There is nothing ‘fair’ about pornography “Politically correct labels be darned, porn communicates that women are objects or, worse, simply pleasure-giving machines to be discarded after they are exploited.” — Maureen Vacca This letter originally appeared in the Boston Globe “Fair-Trade Pornography” (02/09/12) could have been written as a promotion piece for the […]

MFI bill seeks to shield minors from harmful material

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Schools have the custody of our children for the better portion of their waking lives in their most formative years. They should not be allowed, with impunity, to disseminate obscenity, child pornography, or matter that by definition is “harmful to minors.” Current obscenity, child pornography and “harmful to minors” laws exempt “schools, museums and libraries,” […]

Awareness campaign targets pornography

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Pornography is silently and secretly destroying men, women, and children.  It is a pandemic ruining lives, marriages and families. America’s “pornified” society has eroded the cultural norms to the point that even a major TV network, using the public airwaves, is planning a program with a known pornographer and exploiter of women. This destructive trend […]

SHAME: MA delegation silent on prosecution of pornography

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Despite your emails and calls over the last month, our congressional delegation remained silent on the enforcement of federal obscenity laws. Not one of our members of Congress—ten representatives and two senators—signed the letter sent to Attorney General Holder, calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to prosecute those violating the law. This is outright […]