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Published: Monday, Sept. 5 2011 12:23 p.m. MDT

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RE
Kaysville, UT

Why is the Deseret News concerned about reporting on the porn industry and condemn use in California?

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Keep up the hysteria.

A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

RE, because many Deseret News readers like myself believe that the porn industry only brings harm to society and the family. To me, anything they do is a concern. HIV is a real physical threat to the participants in the industry and any industry not taking proper precautions on such a serious issue certainly warrant attention.

I could list other reasons, but I believe that there is a need for reporting ALL the dangers of such a practice. We at least have more choice to make better decisions as a well-informed people. Knowledge makes us truly free to choose.

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

"All the news that's fit to print?"

Leave the California centered stories for the failing LA Times to cover.

Also, why are Deseret News "reporters" paying attention to stuff like this on the DN's clock? Are there more pressing stories they might cover that people would actually be interested in?

A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

DN Subscriber,

1- I already answered your question, and with a sufficient answer.

2- You seem to complain fairly often about what the DN reports. There is a larger reader base than one person with one interest. I understand complaints saying 'why is this categorized as LDS News, it's about volleyball!?' as sometimes we see weird headlines or whatever... but 'why report this?' doesn't really make sense to me, as obviously there are some who will be interested in it.

I'm not trying to pick your complaint apart, so much as say- there is another option, not reading this and moving on to another article.

These aren't the droids you're looking for. Move along :)

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