BBC: Porn ID checks set to start in April 2018

Jul 19, 2017
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While the BBC is thoroughly unimpressed, the U.K. will be enacting legislation to reduce children’s exposure to pornography.

In Canada by contrast, while Alberta MP Arnold Viersen managed to get unanimous approval to study the public health effects of graphic pornography on children, the results were disappointing.  The central request of the motion was largely ignored.  It appears that the government obsession with gender identity effectively hijacked the study.

“There’s a three-fold target when you do a Public Health assessment; you have to define the problem, analyze risk areas and protective areas and then put forward initiatives and solutions.” Viersen says the report didn’t meet any of those requirements.

There are serious problems resulting from the proliferation of pornography on the internet.  But as with sex-ed curricula in the provincial school systems, the Federal Liberals don’t seem to want to know about it either.

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