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New Video Attacks Porn

Utah- Are you prepared to fight the addiction? The danger of pornography that lurks around every corner? These kinds of questions were put forth in an excerpt of a new DVD, “Pornography – The Great Lie: A Guide for Latter-day Saint Families,” which was presented Thursday at a roundtable discussion hosted by the Utah Coalition Against Pornography and Bishop George H. Niederauer [pictured] of the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City. The 22-minute video, replete with haunting music and tearful testimonies, was produced over a one-year period at a cost of $125,000. Citizens Against Pornography underwrote the production in an effort to help families recognize the trappings of pornography, which pops up on computer screens or appears on televisions while channel surfing. “The insidious evil of pornography no longer lurks in the shadows. It’s coming after you,” the voice-over on the video warns. Available at Deseret Book, the video will soon be released in a nondenominational version. Real-life scenarios, comments by professionals and a supplemental booklet answering questions – for example, “Will I be able to go on a mission if I’ve had a problem with pornography?” – are provided to prompt conversation. About 15 concerned citizens gathered for the roundtable discussion, all of them interested in how to protect families and children. A longtime teacher worried about sex abuse. Representatives of the Utah Council for Crime Prevention claimed that where there are drug busts, there is pornography. The chairman of The Lighted Candle Society, John Harmer, spoke of his $3 million dream project to find “the scientific evidence that can be presented in any court of law” to prove pornography damages the brain. Jack Sunderlage, president and CEO of Content Watch, a software provider that filters Internet material, helped produce the new video. He also worked with Rep. John Dougall, R-Highland, who sponsored House Bill 260, passed by the 2005 Legislature. The bill, among other things, forces Internet service providers to filter “harmful” material from minors, if requested, and requires the Division of Consumer Protection to make public service announcements. And it appropriates $100,000 from the general fund to help make the PSAs happen. “I’ve personally seen the impacts of pornography on friends and family,” says Fraser Bullock, who has worked with Sunderlage on this crusade. “Ninety percent of kids between 8 and 15 are exposed to pornography. The average age of the first exposure is 11. . .. When you see the impact, and the rapid escalation, you have to fight back.” Communities for Decency, another organization involved in this battle, will benefit from sales of the newly released DVD.

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