PornPulse: Trump Signs Anti-Porn Pledge

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Could porn become public enemy No. 1 of the U.S. Presidential campaign?

There is certainly evidence to suggest just that.

On July 16, Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump signed a pledge, authored by Enough Is Enough, a non-profit organization, stating he would aggressively enforce laws preventing sexual exploitation of children, child pornography laws, sex trafficking laws and federal obscenity laws.

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All well intended, but the push into federal obscenity laws is another story indeed. Closer examination of the Enough Is Enough website reveals the organization’s mission doesn’t stop at protecting children. Formed in 1994, EIE’s vision is “dedicated to continue raising public awareness about the dangers of internet pornography, sexual predators, other dangers and advance solutions that promote equality, fairness and respect for human dignity with shared responsibility between public, technology, and the law.”

While the EIE acknowledges the internet is a powerful educational and communications tool, Houston, we have a problem.

“Unfortunately, this vehicle has been hijacked by the sex industry, sexual predators and other enterprises. The two primary internet dangers today are children’s free and easy access to all types of pornography, and sexual predators’ easy and anonymous access to children,” EIE proclaims.

Included in Trump’s signed pledge is peer-reviewed research and medical science, EIE contends, that confirms internet pornography is a “fueling factor in the sexual exploitation and abuse of children, violence against women, addiction, decreased mental and physical well-being, compromised development of youth, the breakdown of marriage, sexual predation and sex trafficking.”


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