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    Utah Governor Declares Pornography a Public Health Crisis

    Utah Gov. Gary Herbert on Tuesday signed a resolution that declared pornography a public health crisis.

    The measure calls for education and policy changes to stop pornography exposure and addiction, which the resolution says leads to the hypersexualization of teens, prostitution and cheating spouses, among other problems. “We realize this is a bold assertion and there are some out there who will disagree with us,” Herbert told reporters at a news conference, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. “We’re here to say it is, in fact, the full-fledged truth.”

    The resolution was sponsored by Republican Sen. Todd Weiler, who had called pornography an “epidemic that is harming the citizens of Utah and the nation.” It states that pornography use is “linked to lessening desire in young men to marry, dissatisfaction in marriage, and infidelity” and that it “perpetuates a sexually toxic environment.”

    Supporters of the resolution praised its passage while comparing the dangers of pornography to that of smoking. “I believe pornography will follow the trend of the tobacco industry in public perception,” Dawn Hawkins, executive director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, said in a statement. “Pornography today is pervasive and popular, similar to smoking in the 1950s, but as the harms become apparent, both the general public and elected officials will demand that a multi-disciplinary public health approach be implemented across the country to address it.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Mann
    Supporters of the resolution praised its passage while comparing the dangers of pornography to that of smoking.
    I've notice my dick now coughs alot when I watch javunlimited.com. I think I'll cut down to 40 movies a day.

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    Multiple wives, teenage wives OK Porn not.

    That's Mormons for ya!

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    The measure calls for education
    Perhaps if the fucking jesus wheezers weren't so anti-Sex education it wouldn't be a problem.

    Retards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Mann View Post
    pornography use is “linked to lessening desire in young men to marry, dissatisfaction in marriage, and infidelity” and that it “perpetuates a sexually toxic environment.”
    Utah Governor Declares Pornography a Public Health Crisis
    The bit that's missing from this heavenly pronouncement is the toxic effects of feminism on men - its tyranny in some domains and work environments; the preposterous expectations of so many women that turn men off the generation of self-indulgent, self-obsessed, grasping, using, western women. They just don't seem to understand that they aren't worth the effort - especially when you can go abroad and find women who are more attractive both physically, emotionally, socially, and mentally, and who want to be women, and enjoy the roles and dynamics of the normal man-woman relationship. The miserable diversity daleks, sad sacks and fag hags in the west are no doubt open mouthed in disbelief at women who look better than them, are more fun than them, and are making more money than them exploiting themselves as well as men.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1F2i0rYMj8

    we are all figments of our own imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Mann View Post
    pornography use is “linked to lessening desire in young men to marry, dissatisfaction in marriage, and infidelity” and that it “perpetuates a sexually toxic environment.”
    Utah Governor Declares Pornography a Public Health Crisis
    The bit that's missing from this heavenly pronouncement is the toxic effects of feminism on men - its tyranny in some domains and work environments; the preposterous expectations of so many women that turn men off the generation of self-indulgent, self-obsessed, grasping, using, western women. They just don't seem to understand that they aren't worth the effort - especially when you can go abroad and find women who are more attractive both physically, emotionally, socially, and mentally, and who want to be women, and enjoy the roles and dynamics of the normal man-woman relationship. The miserable diversity daleks, sad sacks and fag hags in the west are no doubt open mouthed in disbelief at women who look better than them, are more fun than them, and are making more money than them exploiting themselves as well as men.
    This is fuck all to do with feminism, it's a bunch of jesus wheezers who claim to be upholding religious principles but are usually kiddie fiddlers or whore fuckers in their spare time.

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    Religious fanaticism is a much greater "crisis" in America. Utah is the home of the Mormons, a name that closely resembles morons for a reason.

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