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What You Can Do

Keep your thoughts and deeds pure.
Parents need to teach their children biblical principles, and discuss what their children are watching and hearing on Television and other forms of media. Parents should block cyberporn with software and keep computers in open rooms of the home (not in children's bedrooms).
Pastors should warn their congregations about the dangers and effects of pornography.
Citizens should express their concern to elected officials, or write into the newspaper.
Sign petitions.
Become informed.

Information Sources

One recommended organization for information and activism ideas is the group Defend Dignity, which the EFC has partnered with for a number of years on issues of sexual exploitation. The group holds information evenings in various cities, and EFC leaders often speak at these events alongside various experts.

A major group in the United States is the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.

Motion M-47 (2016)

In 2016 MP Arnold Viersen has introduced a motion calling for the Standing Committee on Health to study the public health effects of the ease of access and viewing of online violent and degrading sexually explicit material on children, women and men. The EFC has posted a sample letter that individuals can use to write to their MP in support of Motion M-47.


Issue: Pornography

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Helpful Links

Porn and Public Health: Short 2016 Video from Defend Dignity

Sexaholics Anonymous

XXX Church support ministry

International agencies for reporting Child Pornography

100 Huntley Street TV episodes tackling the issue

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