Have you ever considered how the deceptive public relations of pornagraphy companies may be influencing your kids? We see these companies claiming good, legitimate, and charitable acts, all while fueling and promoting an industry that hurts society overall.
Many parents will recognize this as a clear net loss. Unfortunately, not everybody will pick up on this. Perhaps it is time to evaluate if our kids have been mislead by the public relations efforts of the porn industry.
How Kids May Be Tricked by the Deceptive Public Relations of Pornagraphy Companies
Today’s world is so off the rails that porn stars are now being hailed as legitimate artists. Porn production companies are also working to improve the image of this insidious industry by giving to scholarship and endangered species funds and offering closed captioning for the hearing impaired. But this is nothing new.
For years, rock stars have done benefit concerts to fund cures for AIDS—a disease largely promoted by the very music they produce and the lifestyles in which they indulge. Even Al Capone ran soup kitchens for his image and public relations. So, as awkward as it might be, we need to start having talks with our kids about these things sooner than later, lest they think these industries are as legitimate and innocuous as Satan would have us all believe.