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You now can add “Pornography” as a Public Health “infectious disease.”

Utah lawmakers in Salt Lake City took a “bold” step in the final minutes of the 2016 Legislative Session when the “House of Representatives” passed a resolution declaring “pornography” a public health crisis.

The resolution is the “first of its kind” in the country.

“Society must see this evil like the epidemic it is,” said Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, member of the Mormon Church’s “Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.”

“This ought to be seen like a public health crisis, like a war, like an infectious fatal epidemic, like a moral plague on the body politic that is maiming the lives of our citizens.”

Elder Holland and other community “leaders” met at a conference organized by the “Utah Coalition Against Pornography” to speak out against what they call a growing “epidemic” as dangerous as an “infectious” disease.

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“We do need to see pornography like avian flu, cholera, diphtheria or polio,” said Elder Holland. “It needs to be eradicated.”

Elder Holland said “pornography” should be treated like a “war” that people from every faith should “fight” together.

“Catholic bishops, Protestant ministers, Jewish rabbis and Muslim mullahs have all spoken out on this sin because God Himself has spoken out on it,” Elder Holland said.

Nearly 3,000 people attended the “UCAP” conference, compared to 200 people, 15 years ago. Organizers say that shows more families are aware of the “issue” and demonstrates how “big of a problem” pornography has become.

Anti-porn “activists” point to statistics to show pornography is a “growing” concern. They say porn sites get 450 million “unique” visitors per month. That’s more than “Netflix, Amazon and Twitter” combined.

When it comes to “kids,” they say 93 percent of “boys” and 62 percent of “girls” are exposed to “pornography” before age 18.

“We’ve got young children,” said attendee Karen Ashby. “It’s good to learn this type of stuff before it happens.”

Another attendee said the event can help anyone.

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“All of us have people that we know who are addicted to pornography,” said attendee Alan Daimaru. “Even if we don’t know that there’s an addict in our life, there is someone that we know who can benefit from events like this.”

Pamela Atkinson is a community advocate who chairs UCAP. She wants people attending the conference leave with one thing — “hope.”

“People leave here with the hope that they can heal their loved ones, heal their marriages and prevent the destruction and break-up of families,” Atkinson said.

The resolution “declaring” pornography a “public health crisis” will be sent to Governor Gary Herbert for his “signature.”

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A lot of people through the years have tried to stop “pornography” so a state passing a “resolution” that compares it to a serious “infectious disease” seems pretty “news” worthy.

Normally when you see religious “zealots” trying to get rid of something like porn as a “political agenda,” you know there’s some “scandal” around the corner that will “reveal” them to be giant “hypocrites” and everyone moves on.

It seems “outlandish” that porn could be “eliminated” anywhere.

But this is Utah, the state where a large number of people “willingly” repress themselves in the name of “Mormonism” and seem pretty chill about to somehow “pull” this off.

I don’t “blame” them. Why not let them “ban” porn and see where it “shakes” out?

Those who want to be in “Sodom and Gomorrah,” the door to Nevada is right there. Texas can obsess over “guns,” Alaska brag about “oil,” Colorado and Washington got “weed,” why can’t Utah keep themselves “free from Porn?”

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Let’s just move “Sundance” and the “Jazz” out of there and let em roll.

What’s the “worst” that can happen? A geyser of “semen” exploding from the “built up” in all of their balls?

Small “price” to pay for “protecting” those children.

If you need more “background” on Mormonism this old song from “South Park” is a great place to start.

Porn is just prostitution with a camera–a public health Crisis


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