This is the 1st in a series regarding Truth and its importance.

When speaking, words communicate ideas and untruth fogs or clouds the issues. In a lot of modern dialogue, we often find duplicity, especially in selling/marketing and politics. When selling anything there is the use of psychological manipulation and political speech often characterized by an unwillingness to be honest and straightforward.

In this talk, we examine how one state in the USA is compelling the pornography industry to have stronger measures to prevent young children from visiting their sites through reliable age verification mechanisms.

Considering the average age of first exposure to pornography is 11 years old, the need for this is undeniable. Yet the biggest group of porn sites, around 4.5 trillion visits each month in 2020, according to a company spokesperson — which is almost double Google and Facebook combined, is pushing back claiming “safety and compliance are at the forefront of our mission” and advocates for them say this regulation will have “a huge chilling effect on anybody who’s operating in the sexual wellness space, as well as obviously, sexual speech of all kinds including adult content.”

What!!! Porn is “Sexual wellness”?