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October 28 – November 4, 2012, marks the 25th annual White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) Week campaign. CWA once again joins the national effort to raise awareness against the scourge that is pornography.

The purpose of the White Ribbons Against Pornography Campaign is to “educate the public about the extent of the pornography problem and what can constitutionally be done about it.”

Concerned Women for America has a fact card with 10 Harms of Pornography [add link when live] and each weekday during the 25th annual WRAP Week we will have articles about two of the ten harms.

CAUTION: CWA warns its readers that the nature of pornography is perverse and ugly. Some of what you may read in these articles will be offensive, but it is the truth of what pornography is and helps to explain why it is so insidious.

WRAP Week – 10 Harms of Pornography

Harm 1: Pornography is addictive
Harm 2: Pornography warps perceptions

Harm 3: Pornography harms children
Harm 4: Pornography is increasingly violent and degrading

Harm 5: Pornography ruins marriages
Harm 6: Pornography use can lead to impotency

Harm 7: Pornography objectifies women
Harm 8: The Use of Pornography leads to aggressive behavior

Harm 9: Pornography is linked to sex trafficking
Harm 10: Pornography is not protected free speech

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