• 694: Mormon Showbiz Kids Can Teach You All About Porn!

  • By: Susie Bright
  • Narrated by: Susie Bright
  • Length: 29 mins
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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[Contains explicit content] The Mormon Church has a video manual for teaching kids about porn - and it's the slickest thing yet. Mormon actors teach parents "what to do" — with unexpectedly comic results — when their kids encounter pornography. The slick PSA has gone viral, but not without generating a few questions about youthful curiosity and how to not upset the Holy Ghost. Non-believers may find themselves clutching their pearls!

Then, it's today's mailbag. A listener asks: "How do I accept my military husband's kinky snowball fantasy?"

Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to susie@susiebright.com. [Episode 694, March 4, 2016]

©2015 Audible, Inc and Susie Bright
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Apparently Ms Bright thinks porn is fine for kids

Perhaps the author was just being herself or perhaps she wants everyone to think that porn for children is just fine and can be safely disregarded by adult role models. She certainly has no comprehension of the Latter-Day-Saint (Mormon) culture or family structure.

It's fine for someone to disagree with a person, an institution or an entire culture if he or she is so inclined.. However, holding said person, institution or culture up for ridicule is not fine. The only thing that it reveals is the total lack of class of the author.

I suppose this is alright for those who consider pornography a form of alternate entertainment. However, as anything approaching an objective examination of the LDS (Mormon) approach to using family and faith-based tools to help children with issues that may arise due to pornography, this title is worthless.