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The case should serve as a stark reminder to teens that “sexting” equals pornography in the eyes of the law, and that pornography involving people under 18 is very illegal.

April 22, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Did you just give your young child, niece, or nephew a lifetime's supply of pornography as a Christmas, Easter, or birthday gift? If you gave a child a smart phone, an anti-pornography ministry warns, the answer may just be yes.

In a powerful new video, XXXChurch warns that an unguarded iPhone or other cell phone capable of streaming online videos is a porn portal waiting to happen.

Due to porn's ubiquitous nature, the average child first encounters prurient material at age 11. The powerful images have the ability to both confuse and captivate, leaving the child searching for harder and harder pornography.

The ministry also lists a number of reasons why virtual technology erode real life relationships. That makes them the perfect delivery system for pornography, a medium dedicated to undermining genuine human bonding and intimacy.

 

 

For more information, visit their website, XXXChurch.com.

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