The American league of Porn fighters

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  1. Acts 1:8

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    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ALPF

    The American league of P0RN fighters is dedicated to strategically and systematically fighting P0RN on a variety of fronts, including the Internet. We are determined to make a difference by educating people about the destructive effects that P0RN has on young children, women, and men and discouraging coporate advertising in the this industry.

    This group is for those who want to take action and make a difference. We understand that the P0RN industry is as big as Goliath, but we trust that God is going to raise up some Davids and hand us a victory. The first battle we all must win is with ourselves. We must overcome any doubt about what God can do through us. We must accept and beleive that with God all things are possible and that real failure would be that of not even trying to win this war. All are welcome and highly encouraged to participate
     
  2. Dr. Bob

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    Can commend this group and encourage those with such interest to check it out and get involved.

    Bumping this up to the top!
     
  3. Acts 1:8

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    Thanks Bob, I can testify first hand that Christians getting involved does make a difference. I called the 7-11 down the street this evening and left a request for the manager that the Maxim magazines be moved to a different area of the store so kids won't see them near as much. From the responce I got, I have a feeling they will be moved..Imagine if Christians across the country were sensitive enough to the world around them and took 5 minutes of there time to do the same. Maxim would probably notice a nice dent in thier sales from the combined decrease in exposure of thier smutty magazines.
     
  4. Rev. Joshua

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    Maxim? Smut? I always thought they pandered a bit to the male stereotypes, but I've never found it particularly "smutty." I haven't looked at one since the magazine first came out, but I remember the writing as being pretty funny.

    Joshua
     
  5. Gina B

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    Joshua, I'm dyin' here. [​IMG]
    I've never met a Baptist..wait, make that Baptist, protestant, Catholic, mormon, ANYONE who says they're a Christian and still thinks
    Abortion is ok
    Porn isn't porn
    Homosexuality isn't a sin
    The Bible isn't quite what it says
    Etc.
    What IS your definition of sin? Can you give a few examples of it?
    Gina
     
  6. Pete

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    For those in Australia, complaints about web content can be directed to www.aba.gov.au

    I've seen a few web-sites removed that way.

    Also if porn sites use free providers such as geocities etc, send an email to that provider as most of the time that sort of content is forbidden by provider ToS.

    Pete
     

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