Attention all Joseph Gordon-Levitt fans who identified too closely with Don Jon—watching pornography may be a health risk. That news comes to us courtesy of the Florida legislature, which decided this week to put forth a resolution regarding the health risks of adult entertainment.
It was approved without reservation by the House Health & Human Services Committee last week. That resolution proposed a “need for education, research and policy changes to protect Floridians from pornography.”
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Republican Rep. Ross Spano is sponsoring the resolution. He told the committee that pornography is readily available to children through smartphones, and exposure to explicit material is harming them.
This comes on the heels of Donald Trump’s latest scandal involving former adult star Stormy Daniels, whom Trump’s lawyer paid $130,000 in a non-disclosure agreement prior to the 2016 election.
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Spano, the resolution’s sponsor, didn’t have any exact plans or changes to be made when asked. Instead he replied that acknowledging the problem was the first step.