One Year Ago: The First State Declared Pornography a Public Health Crisis
One year ago today I joined Utah Governor Herbert and other allies at the historic signing of the first state resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis.
Even the Canadian Parliament passed a Motion to study the public health impacts of pornography.
The Israeli Knesset is considering formal statements, and New Zealand activists are petitioning their government to address the harms of pornography.
This public health resolution has sparked an international debate—talk about a domino effect.
Even the media has been covering the public health impacts of pornography. Time Magazine and many other prominent outlets are finally starting to recognize the research.
The GOP included language recognizing the harms of pornography in their party platform, and
many Democrats on Capitol Hill have agreed that this matter needs to be addressed. This is a bipartisan issue.
Do you feel the momentum I feel?
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