Will Texas Outlaw Porn? 13 States Have Already Acted

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13 states have now declared porn a ‘public health crisis,’ the possible first step toward new legal restrictions; these states may be next

| WND – Montana has become the 13th state to declare pornography a public health hazard.

The Montana resolution points out porn contributes to the hypersexualization of teens and children.

And, the lawmakers argue, porn treats women as objects. National “Porn Ban” – Will It Work?

The Centers for Disease Control says porn can be connected to sexual violence, HIV transmission, and other ill effects.

Utah, South Dakota, Kansas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Idaho, Louisiana, Florida, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Virginia are the other states that formally recognize the public health impacts of porn.

Texas and Arizona are considering similar proposals. Read more. 

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