Some people, like British Prime Minister, David Cameron, actually have the courage to stand up and fight for a better world, one where people are valued and children are taught self-respect. Recently Cameron spoke out about the minefield of pornography and the way it normalizes sexual violence against women. He so concerned about the way it impacts young people that he's putting sweeping measures in place to stop it.
A Norwegian billionaire is stepping up too. He owns a chain of Scandinavian hotels and despite the loss of revenue, Peter Stordalen, is determined to fight against the scourge of smut because it contributes to human trafficking. Seeing it as a social responsibility, this businessman is removing pay-per-view pornography channels and replacing them with contemporary art. His was also the first hotel chain to recognize the dangers of smoking and eliminate it. Now it's normal for public places to be smoke-free.
A Princeton law professor and an Islamic scholar, Robert George and Hamza Usef, applaud Stordalen's efforts and have used them to challenge hotels in the U.S. to do the same. They said pornography is “degrading, dehumanizing and corrupting,” and it teaches young people to “settle for the cheap satisfactions of lust” instead of achieving a love that is “liberating and fulfilling.”
*The friend who posted the link on FB said it had been removed because it was inappropriate, but knowing the name of Jae Tracie, he found the link. When I went to check it, I had to click on it to proceed because it might have inappropriate content. Interesting that not one other twerking video had that same type of red flag. Truth--some people may not think it's appropriate.