Today for White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) and Anti-Porn Week (beginning Oct. 28, 2007) we talked about the real victims of pornography, those who argue that pornography is harmless, healthy and 'good for America,' and who cry censorship in the face of enforcing obscenity laws.
Morality in Media (MIM) is sponsoring its (WRAP) Campaign, and Robert Peters, president of MIM, recalled that in 1993-1994, Bill Clinton, appointed Janet Reno as Attorney General, and the Justice Departmentís enforcement of anti-pornography laws came to a virtual halt.
Among suggested activities for everyone to get involved with MIM includes: Invite someone to speak against pornography at your church or civic group; hold a rally in your city or at your state capitol; write a letter or talk to your local, state and federal elected representatives, bureaucrats, police, prosecutors, and judges.
Men are key in turning the tide against pornography on TV, the Internet, in print. The more men get in the fight on this, the better our families and communities will become.
Something new, the ROME Project, will launch soon to encourage men to reject pornography in all its venues:
Report Porn Spam
Internet Watch Foundation
Be Web Aware
Documented Effects of Porn
Effects of Porn on children, families
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