Anti-porn groups tell NBC to nix ‘Playboy Club’

New York Post
June 29, 2011

Anti-porn foundation Pink Cross is determined to shut down the show [Playboy Club] using a petition on the foundation’s website.

The nonprofit group Morality in Media has launched a similar petition on its website.

“We’re asking supporters to sign the pledge and to contact their local NBC affiliates and ask them not to air the show,” said Morality in Media executive director Dawn Hawkins.

Hawkins charges “The Playboy Club” glamorizes pornography. “We know now, years later, that pornography is very harmful to society. It leads to addiction in children and adults, increased sex trafficking violence against women — and ‘Playboy’ is really the root of all of this. We just don’t want to see it glamorized any further, which it will be if it’s aired on NBC,” she said…

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