NOTRE DAME, Indiana, November 13, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Male students at the University of Notre Dame are asking for a porn filter to be put on the Catholic school’s Wi-Fi to help students who are fighting against porn addiction.
“A filter would make it much more difficult for (individuals who are struggling with an addiction to pornography) to access pornography in an easy way,” said James Martinson, president of Students for Child-Oriented Policy, in an interview.
“I have spoken in confidence with many of my Notre Dame brothers who have told me that a filter would help them stop their pornography addiction,” he said.
In October, a group of 80 male University of Notre Dame students signed a letter describing the ease with which porn is available on campus, the damage it does, and calling on the administration to put a filter in place to screen out X-rated websites.
The following day, 63 female students at Notre Dame sent off a similar letter, supporting the request to put in place a porn filter on the university’s Wi-Fi.
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