Catholic Connection – February 10, 2020 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  Alabama Senate Acknowledges Science and Recognizes Pornography as a Public Health Crisis

  • Description: "As the National Center on Sexual Exploitation celebrates the Alabama State Senate unanimously recognizing pornography as a public health crisis, we also call on the Alabama House of Representatives to do the same. “Modern pornography—with its limitless quantity, speed, and violent or degrading themes—is a jarring new variable in human evolution,” said Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. “It’s not surprising that such a variable would have negative effects on brains and bodies built for person-to-person sexual contact. Medical professionals, elected officials, therapists and more are beginning to acknowledge the harms of pornography." ...
  • Segment Guests:
    • Melea Stephens

      Melea Stephens is a practicing marriage and family therapist and an activist leader against sexual exploitation in her home state of Alabama. She is the founder of the Alabama Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (ALACESE) and Rescue Innocence Movement, a nonprofit created to protect this generation of children from the harms of sexual exploitation through prevention, education, and legislation.

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+  Alabama Senate Acknowledges Science and Recognizes Pornography as a Public Health Crisis

  • Description: Melea Stephens continued

+  Teresa from the 2020 March for Life

  • Description: We listen to an interview Teresa recorded at the 2020 March for Life with former Planned Parenthood workers Nallelly Cortez (Santa Maria, CA) & Sarah Eubanks (Mobile, AL) now with And Then There Were None.
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