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House Bill Says Access To Porn Is Child Abuse

by | 3rd, March 2009

HAVING introduced an unworkable anti-abortion bill , American politicos turn their attention to sex and decree that anyone allowing a minor access to pornography is guilty of child abuse.

The adult would then be listed on the Iowa state child abuse register.

The DesMoins Register tells us:

“Some critics say the bill could be interpreted so broadly that even a child who sneaks a peek at a Playboy Magazine could push parents into legal turmoil. The legislation is not clear on whether it includes explicit material a child might discover on the Internet.”

Meanwhile over in California, in the LA suburbs of Chatsworth and Van Nuys, porn is an industry employing thousand of people. Films are premiered in respectable theatres. Chris Ayres writes from LA that the 2005 “pornbuster” Pirates cost more than $1 million to make, featured CGI effects, multiple locations and a replica of HMS Bounty”.

There are awards do and porn star Jenna Jameson can launch signature scent and expects people to want to smell like her.

The paper opines:

Access to pornography puts children at greater risk for sexual abuse as well as psychological and emotional harm.

This is delivered as a fact, and given the prevalence of porn on the web you’d think incidences of sexual abuse have risen dramatically in recent years. But we are given no facts. And what of Scandinavia, where exposure to porn is manifest in a fascination with herring and

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