NGOs Call for a Boycott of Top TV

Two anti-pornography organisations call for a boycott of Top TV over the launch of two pornographic channels

Two anti-pornography organisations; Women And Men Against Child Abuse and the Family Policy Institute, have called for a boycott of Top TV, which has been granted licences by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa, to broadcast pornography.
 
The organisations argue that pornography leads to the abuse of women and damages children.
 
Women And Men Against Child Abuse spokesperson, Luke Lamprecht, believes that pornography could be an important factor in shaping a male-dominant view of sexuality, to initiate victims and break down their resistance to unwanted sexual activity, contribute to a user’s difficulty in separating sexual fantasy and reality, and provide a training manual for abusers.
 
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Source: 
Cape Argus

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