Men, and now women also, are struggling in silence with pornography. All over our world, children and adults are being kidnapped or otherwise entrapped and sold into the world of sex trafficking. With every click, men and women perpetuate the pornography and sex industry. These clicks ultimately represent real people who appear on pornographic videos and images. These people are in bondage—many of them, if not in outright slavery, are often forced on a variety of drugs to perform the acts you see in videos.
One woman's crusade against the evils of porn
One woman's crusade against the evils of porn - Deseret News
There was a rumor at my small, private, Christian high school that a group of seven or eight guys in my class got together at one of their homes our junior year and watched pornography together. The host's parents weren't home, and supposedly the boys played a DVD on the family television, right in the living room. What else they did I didn't want to hear or know or in any way attempt to verify. I was young for my grade, and quite innocent, and it had never before occurred to me that any of these boys I considered my friends would look at porn, let alone watch it together. By the time my sons are in high school, that story will seem quaint.
Why pornography is so harmful for children
General Counsel of Morality in Media, Inc. We should first, as the Jesuits say, define our terms. The word "pornography" comes from the Greek words, "porne,"meaning a harlot, prostitute, or whore, and "graphos," meaning a writing or depiction. If we put both words together we arrive at "A depiction or description of the activities of whores.