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October
27,
2009


Dear
Community
Leader,



 Did
you
know
that
over
80%
of
males
age
17‐34
visit
pornographic
sites
each

month?
Over
47%
of
families
say
that
pornography
is
affecting
their
home.

In
an
area

where
family
is
generally
placed
above
all
else,
it
seems
pornography
is
a
problem
that
is

plaguing
our
community.




 Citizens
for
Decency
will
be
gathering
the
community
to
form
a
coalition
against

pornography
on
November
14,
2009
for
their
semi‐annual
anti‐pornography
conference

themed,
Visual
Addiction:
The
Effects
of
Pornography
in
the
Brain.


A
woman
affected
by
pornography
through
her
husband's
addiction
wisely
said,
"If

we
can
immunize
against
the
porn
bug's
effect,
we
will
decrease
the
likeliness
of
active

infection.”

Immunization
is
education.
Like
many
other
diseases,
it
is
better
to
seek
out
the

immunization
early,
than
try
to
fix
the
disease
after
it
has
taken
its
silent
toll
(as
the
addict

will
remain
maimed
from
past
damage).



 

We
would
like
to
invite
your
congregation
to
be
educated
and
participate
in
this

cause
and
the
conference.
Enclosed
are
copies
of
the
fliers
and
an
invitation
to
this
event.


Please
invite
your
congregation
and
anyone
else
you
know
that
might
benefit
from
this

event.


Every
little
bit
will
help.

With
you
and
your
congregation
we
can
rid
our
community

of
this
visual
addiction
that
is
affecting
individual’s
brains,
breaking
up
families,
and

degrading
the
morals
of
our
community.



For
more
information
about
our
organization
or
how
you
can
further
help
this
cause

you
can
visit
http://www.CitizensforDecency.org
or
e‐mail
us
at
president@CDEFC.org.

Thank
you,



Craig
Cobia,
Ph.D.

Chairman/President


Note:
Citizens
for
Decency
(hereafter
known
as
CFD),
an
IRS‐approved
501(c)3
nonprofit
corporation
and
community‐based

organization,
devoted
to
be
part
of
the
solution
to
stem
the
tide
of
pornography
sweeping
the
earth,
is
not
authorized
by
nor
affiliated

with
any
specific
church
or
organization.
Any
opinions
expressed
at
seminars,
conferences,
or
by
speakers
hosted
by
CFD
are
solely
the

responsibility
of
the
individuals,
and
should
not
be
construed
as
representing
specific
or
general
church
doctrine,
policy,
or
opinion.