Morality In Media reveals pornography’s devastating effects on children

Canada Free Press
July 18, 2011

“Many children are getting addicted to pornography because U.S. pornographers are providing free, obscene, illegal porn to kids online.  Sadly, U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder refuses to enforce federal obscenity laws which would protect children,” said President of Morality in Media Patrick Trueman.  “The average age in which children first view pornographic material is 11 years old and for many it is earlier,” Trueman added…

[Be Aware: PORN HARMS ] the campaign emphasizes a specific way pornography proves itself to be detrimental: pornography addiction, harms to children, links to sex trafficking and violence against women, respectively.

 

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