Its refreshing that Utah folks can define what pornography is while the Supreme
Court can not. I wonder if Utah can do this without violating the Freedom
of Speech amendment in the Bill of Rights also?
I am glad there are leaders and others concerned enough to be doing something
proactive about pornography. I have no doubt it is a problem of much greater
significance than the economy, or shortage of water or a number of other issues.
I wish this group success, and guess I need to figure out a way to take action
too. Thank you to those who took part!
Pornography is covered by the first amendment exactly as much as screaming
"FIRE" in a crowded theater.
Here's an idea - if you are against pornography, don't click on it.
It's like every other fake "disease" that is cooked up to
rationalize bad behavior. Stop whining and control your darn kids, yourself,
and your behavior.Victims of these "diseases" usually
deserve exactly what they get
Sjc - your response is very simplistic and ignorant. No-one called
it a disease. It is a huge and distructive problem. A parent alone cannot
control every aspect of their kids lives especially as they get older and more
independent. If society were to support respect for woman instead of
exploiting them and natural human drives for money parents might have better
success at controlling their "darn" children so they can grow up to be
adults who can then control themselves.
I could've sworn from the gun debate that we couldn't allow any
restrictions on freedoms allowed for in the constitution but hey at least now
we're all on the same page against that idea.
This is highly ironic seeing as how Utah is the largest consumer per capita of
paid online porn subscriptions. Yes, that is indeed a fact.
bwslc So maybe that is why the problem was discussed in SLC.