June 15, 2010
PORNOGRAPHY HARMS: A CAPITOL HILL BRIEFING
Pornography use is widespread with significant consequences to children, women and men. Join Enough Is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes and other recognized experts as they outline: (1) The four leading harms of pornography; (2) How existing laws can and should be enforced against illegal material; and (3) What Congress can to to protect and prosecute.
Event: Pornography Harms: A Capitol Hill Briefing — What Congress Can Do to Enforce Existing Laws
When: June 15, 11am-12:45pm
Where: Capitol Visitors Center, HVC - 201
The lineup includes:
A growing body of research suggests that the habitual use of pornography — especially Internet pornography — can damage people of all ages and both sexes, negatively impacting their relationships, productivity, happiness and their ability to function in society. Event information may be found at http://bit.ly/cL551APornHarms. For additional research and resource information on pornography visit www.PornHarms.com and www.SocialCostsofPornography.org.
About The DC Group on Pornography
The Coalition for War on Illegal Pornography is an effort by The DC Group on Pornography, a group of national organizations which meet quarterly in Washington, DC for the purpose of education, strategic planning and action. The group has met with the Department of Justice (DOJ) on several occasions asking that Federal Laws prohibiting interstate transportation of adult obscene pornography be enforced. For more event information, contact Lesley Bateman at Lesley@design4.org or 813.849-0076.
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