Florida bill would declare porn a public health crisis

first_imgLifeSite News 22 November 2017Family First Comment: Following in the steps of Utah – and hopefully, New Zealand!www.PornInquiry.nzThe state of Florida may declare pornography a public health crisis because of the myriad health and brain problems it causes.Rep. Ross Spano, who represents House District 59, introduced a resolution acknowledging “pornography is creating a public health crisis and contributing to the hypersexualization of children and teens.”If the resolution passes, the declaration that pornography is a public health crisis will mean the government “acknowledges the need for education, prevention, research, and policy change to protect the citizens of this state.”Twenty-seven percent of young adults between the ages of 25 and 30 viewed pornography before the onset of puberty, the resolution says.“Pornography has potential detrimental effects on the user, including, but not limited to, mental and physical illnesses; difficulty forming or maintaining intimate relationships; unhealthy brain development and cognitive function; deviant, problematic, or dangerous sexual behaviors; and addiction,” it adds.“A child who views pornography is at a higher risk of developing low self-esteem, an eating disorder, and a desire to engage in dangerous sexual behavior,” the resolution explains.Spano’s resolution also notes that pornography objectifies women and fuels the sex trafficking industry.Pornography “normalizes violence and the abuse of women and children, and depicts rape and abuse as harmless, thereby increasing the demand for sex trafficking, prostitution, and child pornography.”“Recent research indicates that pornography is potentially biologically addictive, resulting in the user consuming increasingly more shocking material to satisfy the addiction,” it notes.Utah has already declared pornography a “public health hazard.”READ MORE: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/florida-bill-would-declare-porn-a-public-health-crisis-causes-unhealthy-braKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img

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