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Legislation: Exposure of Minors to Pornography, Testimonies Needed

Posted: 01-20-18

Currently in the Senate is a Hearing for SJ1 on 1/24/18 at 1:00 p.m. We would like anyone with an interest in testifying or submitting written testimony to contact us.

Have you seen our ad this year?

Posted: 10-21-17

It's in Spanish too!

Sign the petition today!

Event: WRAP Week is approaching!

Posted: 10-15-17

October 29-November 4 is White Ribbons Against Pornography (WRAP) week. See the FLYER.

Preview the video "Addicted to Porn: Chasing The Cardboard Butterfly" Thursday, November 2, 2017, 7-9 pm. See the FLYER.

A Public Health Crisis

Posted: 07-15-17

How is porn a public health crisis? See our poster, "Your Brain on Porn" by Covenant Eyes, and this infographic:

 The Science of Sexual Addiction Infographic

Listen: 30th Anniversary Program

Posted: 11-14-16

Thanks to all who came and those who made the celebration a wonderful event! If you weren't able to make it you can listen here.

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State Resolution Progress
(States that have declared pornography a ‘public health crisis’.)

MCAP Calls for Action: Pornography is a Public Health Crisis

Porn websites now constitute 30% of all web traffic.  It has the same effect on the brain as drugs and most children are now exposed to pornography before they even reach puberty.  Pornography objectifies women and creates unrealistic expectations for relationships, acting as a twisted form of sex education. Viewing it is linked to an increase in sexual violence and a decrease in empathy and self esteem among viewers. The porn epidemic has been called "the largest unregulated social experiment in human history" (Hughes 2014).
MCAP is asking our Maryland legislators for this resolution as a call to action, stating that this problem has become more than any individual or family can combat on their own. We need our legislative bodies, educational institutions, private businesses and community members to educate, prevent, and treat this growing pandemic. A resolution does not change existing laws, but it does create a foundation on which to build changes in attitudes and policies. Please sign this petition!  Start the conversation in your community and in your home. Pornography is creating a public health crisis. An online version of this petition is here.   Post it on your Facebook account, help us spread the word, mention it to your legislators. We are seeking sponsors.