Pornography - Mainstream Pornography Too Accessible

June 2017 update: We are calling supporters to ACT NOW on Parliament's disappointing study report on the societal impact of violent online pornography.

Today’s mainstream pornography depicts violent, abusive and degrading sexual activity. It is easily accessible and widely used. Viewing pornography can lead to compulsive behaviour and addiction. And it fuels other forms of sexual exploitation, such as prostitution and human trafficking.

Pornography promotes a distorted sexuality devoid of love, respect, genuine intimacy or self-giving. It teaches that people are products to be used and consumed and fosters sexual entitlement and selfishness.

Our human dignity flows from our creation in God’s image and His love for us. This compels us to respect and uphold each person’s inherent worth, and to not treat anyone as an object for our gratification.
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Join our October webinar on pornography recovery

Join us Oct. 18 at noon EST for this free EFC webinar on recovering from pornography...

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Watch our September webinar on current social issues

Watch a videorecording of our Sept. 19 conversation on current issues such as medical...

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Outgoing letters

Letter to Minister of Health on Research on Pornography

Over the last several years, the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada has worked...

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Video gallery

Bruce Clemenger Update on Pornography

As the government studies the impact of violent Internet pornography on Canadians...

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Contact your MP on pornography study - Spring 2017

(1 min 56 sec) The EFC worked on a Parliamentary motion calling on the standing health...

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Motion M-47 (2016-2107): Public Health Effects of Online Violent and Degrading Sexually Explicit Material

The federal Health Committee was recently mandated to study the public health effects of online violent and degrading sexually explicit material.

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Bill C-2 (2004): Protection of children and other vulnerable persons

Submission to the Standing Committee on Justice

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Battling Pornography: A Guide for Canadians

Booklet of articles and discussion questions can help you and your church better understand what is at stake with pornography. 

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Sample Letter to Health Minister on Pornography Study Report (June 2017)

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