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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Porn is murdering the moral character of millions of men and women

Porn is murdering the moral character of millions of men and women 

Jonathon van Maren

The latest on the evil Jew run Porn Industry

Time and again when I’m on the road for speaking tours, people ask me a question: How did things get so bad? How did our society manage to toss out our Judeo-Christian traditions and exchange them for such unrestrained promiscuity in such a short amount of time?
There are many answers to this question, of course. But for today, I’d like to pose one theory: Nothing has shifted our culture faster than the spread of viral pornography.

Think about it: If over 80% of men and close to half of women are viewing pornography every single month, how can we possibly expect them to be shocked by the exhibitionism and lewdness of the Gay Pride Parade? Within the confines of our homes we are watching thousands upon thousands of naked people committing every sex act imaginable, over and over again, day after day. When we emerge blinking into the sun, should it be any surprise that parades prominently featuring public nudity and bizarre sexuality would not ruffle us in the least? For many, it’s just as if the scenes on the screens have leaked onto the street.

It's Christians, too. About 77% of Christian men between the age of 18 and 30 use pornography every month. In one American survey, more than half of pastors copped to having viewed porn in the past year. Many complain that there seems to be a lack of moral leadership on issues surrounding pornography and sexuality within the Christian community and in the culture at large. Should that be any surprise when the majority of Christian leaders have themselves been implicated? Shame and hypocrisy are tremendously powerful forces.

The Sexual Revolution may have been the explosive event that blew a hole in the Judeo-Christian dam holding back pent-up floods of depravity. But it is the porn plague that has infected us all. It is the sexual sins surfacing on every screen that has made quislings of the very men who were tasked with rallying the forces of the church against the forces of the Revolution.

That is why the Porn Generation, even those growing up within the confines of Christian communities and spending each Sunday within the walls of churches, pay little attention to sexual morality. It’s a trend that’s being referred to as “sexual atheism”—those who claim to be Christian, perhaps even attend church services, admit the existence of God—but don’t think that their sex lives should be impacted by any code of conduct. They do what they please, and with whom they please. They have taken their cues on sex from porn, not from Scripture. Trees without roots easily blow over.

I believe pornography is also the reason so many young evangelicals and Catholics flocked to join the ranks of those calling for the redefinition of marriage. After all, anal sex and a buffet of other sex acts are mainstream in pornography. Can anyone expect those raised on this sexual diet to mount any protest against those calling for the state to formalize and endorse “alternative” sexual relationships? Especially when in droves, young Christians are beginning to experiment with alternative sexual lifestyles themselves?
Pornography has successfully normalized virtually every sex act, and as the result, they have become normal. The Telegraph reported on this trend some time ago:
According to a new piece of research by two American university professors, the more porn heterosexual men watch – the more it opens up their mind to be increasingly accepting of “non-traditional sexual situations”.
“Our study suggests that the more heterosexual men, especially less educated heterosexual men, watch pornography, the more supportive they become of same-sex marriage,” Indiana University Assistant Professor Paul Wright told The Washington Examiner.
“Pornography adopts an individualistic, non-judgmental stance on all kinds of non-traditional sexual behaviours and same-sex marriage attitudes are strongly linked to attitudes about same-sex sex.
“If people think individuals should be able to decide for themselves whether to have same-sex sex, they will also think that individuals should be able to decide for themselves whether to get married to a partner of the same-sex.”
As Christian parents, educators, and church leaders struggle to deal with the cultural currents, there is much to be done and many battles to fight. But at the end of the day, rooting pornography out of our homes, schools, and churches is the single most urgent task before us. Because pornography is poison, and it is murdering the moral character of millions who are drinking it daily and deeply. It is destroying relationships. It is rewiring the brains of adolescents who are learning about sex not from their parents or church leaders, but from contorted porn stars and smut-peddlers.
Many Christian communities spent decades building their church walls thick and high. But Wi-Fi signals ooze right through the brick, bearing a soul-destroying payload. Prevention and education are the only weapons we have left, and it is time we used them.


Related:
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2016/02/porn-kills-porn-phenomenon-and-why-you.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2016/01/porn-industry-shock-pornhub-released.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2016/01/porns-dirtiest-secret-porn-and-money.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2015/11/how-porn-turns-men-into-little-boys.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrelUotsrAA

Judge to Cincinnati: You must allow a sex club near your child development center

 Cincinnati just witnessed the power of individual citizens speaking out against the sex industry coming to their town. And then Cincinnati witnessed a judge overruling their concerns.

Butler County pleas judge Craig Hedric ruled that West Chester Township officials improperly rescinded a license for a sexually oriented business in their community.
Melissa Warren, a Fort Wayne "Swinger's Club" owner, wanted to expand her sex trade into the Cincinnati suburbs. She and her boyfriend Eric Adams invested in land in West Chester Township and set up positive meetings with township officials to secure a zoning permit and license for her "sexually oriented business."
Warren and Adams got their permit and license – township officials bent over backward, as they say, to publicly defend Warren and her "business," saying she did everything right. But when folks heard about a sex swap lounge coming to their town, they took action.
Residents wrote and called township trustees, who received several angry communications about bringing the sex trade to West Chester Township. Township Trustees, including George Lang, reacted to the public outcry by backpedaling as fast as they could.
"I am in full agreement with you on this issue," Lang responded to one angry resident via email. "We [the trustees who had just given Warren her license and permit] are in the process of actively fighting this business."
Many citizens expressed concern that the sex club would be located only 220 yards away from Cornerstone's Child Development Center on Commercial Drive in Fairfield.
Further complicating matters is the FBI, whose background check on Adams turned up undisclosed things in his background that may disqualify him from eligibility for a sexually oriented business license.
Within a week of Warren and Adams obtaining the license and permit to run a swinger's club, both were rescinded by Community Development Director Michael Juengling. The township even took action to make sure Warren and Adams could not reapply, passing a nine-month ban on sex businesses like theirs.
At a January 13 zoning meeting, director Juengling told the township board that his department made a mistake by issuing Warren's zoning certificate, without enough information.
As it turns out, the FBI background on Adams (trespassing, and an unconvicted charge for domestic battery) did not disqualify him from a sexually oriented business license. But by the time the background specifics were disclosed, the township had already passed its nine-month ban.
Not surprisingly, Warren is suing West Chester Township, claiming that township officials did not act consistently with Ohio and local laws.
"Sexually oriented businesses," specifically strip bars, are protected by the Supreme Court decision considering their dancers "performance artists." However, West Chester Township officials now say that Warren's "swinger's club" is an constitutionally unprotected "sexual encounter establishment."
Ohio law defines a "sexual encounter establishment" as a place where "two or more persons may congregate, associate, or consort for the purpose of engaging in specified sexual activities."
Ball State University professor Eric Kelly, who has successfully drafted legal regulations restricting sexually oriented businesses and has authored a book about sex industry regulation, says swinger's clubs should not be protected businesses. He admits, however, that "the law on that is not clear."


Study: Porn consumers less likely to be concerned about human trafficking 

  A new study survey confirms that the use of pornography, strip bar attendance, and participation in prostitution numb one's attitudes and beliefs about human trafficking.

Researchers from Northeastern University, Colorado College, and Texas Christian University have issued a report entitled "Identifying Effective Counter-Trafficking Programs and Practices in the U.S.: Legislative, Legal, and Public Opinion Strategies that Work," which surveys Americans nationwide.
"After more than a decade of sustained efforts to combat human trafficking in the United States, it is necessary to step back and examine the effectiveness of key anti-trafficking strategies," Drs. Vanessa Bouche, Amy Farrell, and Dana Wittmer reasoned.
Specifically, they surveyed "the effectiveness of state-level human trafficking legislation" to find out what results in "desired outcomes" and reviewed how state laws are being used to hold human traffickers accountable. They also drew conclusions about public knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about human trafficking.
To find out public knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs, the research team surveyed a representative sample of 2,000 Americans in the spring of 2014, with a goal of identifying what behaviors influence a greater or lesser concern for human trafficking.
One of their conclusions was that "[s]ex-related behaviors affect beliefs about human trafficking." Viewing pornography, strip bar attendance, and engaging in prostitution all contributed to a more laissez-faire attitude toward the practice of such "human slavery."
The study states, "Respondents who consumed pornography within the last year have more knowledge of human trafficking, but they think that it should be less of a government priority."

Also, men who attended strip clubs considered human trafficking less problematic. The study concluded, "Respondents visiting a strip club within the last year reported lower levels of concern about human trafficking and thought that human trafficking should be less of a government priority than those respondents not visiting a strip club within the last year."
The research team drew similar conclusions regarding people who paid for sex.
"It is the public that generates the demand for both commercial sex and certain goods and services that makes trafficking in human beings among the most profitable enterprises in the world," the researchers stated. "Increased public awareness and engagement could have a large impact on reducing demand and driving traffickers out of business."
"Research has long demonstrated that pornography is linked to increased in prostitution and sex trafficking, largely because porn users often seek to act out what they have been watching," Haley Halverson, director of communications for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, told LifeSiteNews.
"Additionally, porn users demand a constant stream of new and often increasingly violent and fetishized content," Halverson continued. "In order to keep up with this demand, more women and children become prostituted and trafficked."
"Viewing pornography lends itself to a mindset that is more accepting of sex trafficking and prostitution because it conditions the user to see other human beings as objects that can be used for their own pleasure," Halverson explained. "Those who want to learn more about the connections between sex trafficking and pornography can learn more at StopTraffickingDemand.com."
The study researchers concluded that the public needs more education on human trafficking, specifically materials and ads that demonstrate the negative effects of trafficking on its victims. "Given the intimate relationship between public opinion and public policy, it is vital that we gauge what the public knows, thinks, and feels about human trafficking and uncover the mechanisms that make human trafficking a more salient issue for the general public."
Regarding accountability and prosecution, 37 percent of human trafficking suspects were also charged with pimping/pandering, 34 percent were also charged with prostitution, 29 percent were charged with sexual abuse or rape, and 17 percent of human trafficking suspects were also charged with kidnapping.



Porn Industry Uses Airbnb, Rental Houses for Filming

http://www.nbclosangeles.com/investigations/Porn-Industry-Uses-Airbnb-Rental-Houses-for-Filming-370228041.html

 

Celebrities Sound the Alarm About the Ruin of Pornography

An impressive new effort to combat pornography is gaining attention. The celebrities  that have joined in aim to change the pop culture's view of porn as "no big deal."
"Porn Kills Love" is a powerful new message and so very true. The divorces attributed to pornography across the nation are testament to its destruction.  I heard about the associated new slogan, Fight the New Drug, blanketing social media by porn's target.  The new campaign is different in that it's not political and not religious.  It's based on the scientific research on the effects on the brain, on relationships, and on society. 
With teenagers the largest consumers of internet pornography, the group's founders created a high-energy live school presentation.  Over 400 schools have brought the program in for their students already with impressive responses.  Billboards, t-shirts, social media posts, are reinforcing the message that porn is harmful to relationships, harmful to the brain, harmful to the actors involved, and harmful to our society.  What I think is the most riveting to anyone exposed to porn or already addicted is the site's videos of every day young adults detailing the ruin of porn in their lives.  Posted videos include "How Porn Led to My Sexual Abuse," "Maria's Story: How Porn Ruined My Marriage,"  "Jessica's Story: My Life as a Porn Star,"  "The Most Successful Male Porn Star of All Time Speaks Out on Porn."
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor and former NFL player Terry Crews has opened up about his addiction to pornography. Just recently, Terry officially joined the #PornKillsLove movement by posting himself wearing one of the t-shirts and giving Fight the New Drug a shout out to his millions of followers.  On Crews' new facebook videos, he explained how porn “really, really messed up” his life and threatened his marriage. In his book Manhood, he talked about how he was addicted to pornography since the age of 12 years old. “It was my secret, nobody knew, and that allowed it to grow. And it got bad,” he said.
Crews was able to cut his addition six or seven years ago through therapy, and is now dedicated to educating others on the disaster of pornography.  "Women, you need to be fearless. You need to confront your man about this problem,” he said in the second clip, recorded while he drove around Los Angeles in a convertible. “You cannot accept any pornography in your life.”  He's also spoken about the sense of entitlement that comes from viewing pornography, and that the desire for intimacy that can never be fulfilled through porn. 
Another celebrity who has spoken out is Hugh Grant.  He recently announced proudly that he hasn't used pornographyin three years. He was asked if quitting porn had changed his life for the better.  Grant’s response? “I now have three children. I think there is a correlation.”
  
Russell Brand’s recent rant about the harmful effects of porn is now viral on Fight the New Drug’s YouTube channel. With over 2.2 million views of Russell’s video, people all over the world are talking about the comedian/activist who cites the science and research behind the harms of porn and then shares his personal experiences with it. Brand has since posted another video, answering people’s comments from the first video and further detailing what a wasteland porn is.
   
Fight The New Drug is a website dedicated to providing resources and information about pornography and pornography addictions. Covenant Eyes is an internet filtering and accountability system that allows tracking of websites, search terms and videos.