NEW YORK (AP) — Pornographic movies now seem nearly as pervasive in America’s hotel rooms as tiny shampoo bottles, and the lodging industry shows little concern as conservative activists rev up a protest campaign aimed at triggering a federal crackdown.

A coalition of 13 conservative groups — including the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America — took out full-page ads in some editions of USA Today earlier this month urging the Justice Department and FBI to investigate whether some of the pay-per-view movies widely available in hotels violate federal and state obscenity laws.

The coalition also is trying to draw attention to, a directory of hotels and motels nationwide that pledge to exclude adult offerings from their in-room entertainment service.

Though porn is now cheaply and readily accessible on the Internet, and through many other outlets, the activists chose to target the hotel industry in part because of the well-known brands of corporations that cater to family vacationers as well as business travelers.



Is this porn? Perhaps it is. However, nutter groups do not have the right to decide what is porn or to use our tax dollars to decipher the question. Federal crackdown of what guests do privately in hotel rooms is just another NSA measure. Stay out of our hotel rooms, off our bodies and get out of Iraq already! If you don’t want to watch porn, then don’t order it. End of story.

As for Any hotel that is on that list will not receive a dime from AG. It’s not that AG watches porn — it’s that repressed wingnuts do not have the right to determine whether an adult should have access or not.


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