(Anne Schindler, WTLV) A
bill labeling pornography a “public health crisis” that is both
“biologically addictive” and the root of a slew of criminal behaviors,
has been introduced before the Florida Legislature.
resolution calls for additional “prevention and policy changes” to
combat the negative impacts of pornography – which, according to the
bill, include mental illness, eating disorders and “a reluctance to
enter into marriage” …
bill is co-sponsored by State Rep. Clay Yarborough – who is no stranger
to wanting to quash what he considers sexual content.
“What I know is pornography is a big problem in our society and our state and our city,” Yarborough told First Coast News.
we can do to combat that and protect children and prevent the
objectification of women and future violent behavior that can result
from exposure to that long-term, that’s something I’m going to
Other states including Utah and Tennessee have passed similar resolutions. Read the full story at First Coast News.
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