Anti-porn groups join KSL’s complaints against “Playboy Club”

The Salt Lake Tribune Blog
June 30, 2011

Salt Lake City’s KSL isn’t alone in wanting to shut down “The Playboy Club.”

Two anti-porn groups are mounting campaigns against NBC against the new fall drama, which is set in the 1960s at the start of Hugh Hefner’s bunny-filled media empire.

One group, Pink Cross – a “faith-based” group founded by a former porn star who turned anti-porn activist – has an online petition urging NBC to cancel the show before it airs.

Another, Morality in Media, is collecting names for a “pledge” to avoid the show, write letters to NBC, and boycott advertisers.

Read full article here.

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