Utah anti-porn conference gets bigger

Utah anti-porn conference gets bigger

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - Some Utahns may have a porn problem so the Utah Coalition Against Pornography plans to take a stand.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - Some Utahns may have a porn problem so the Utah Coalition Against Pornography plans to take a stand.

The organization will hold its 11th annual conference Saturday, May 18th, at The Little America Hotel.

UCAP Chair Pamela Atkinson said, this year it will be the biggest conference in state history. "We've had more online registrations than ever before.  We're getting close to 12 hundred registrations."

Experts believe that is because pornography is on the rise. Some believe it even contributes to crime.  Patrick Trueman, the President of Morality in Media said, "sex crimes and child molestation and etc. are directly tied to pornography.  I was a federal prosecutor in charge of child sex crimes for the U.S. Department of Justice, pornography is involved in all of them."

Trueman will be a keynote speaker at the event joining nationally recognized experts on the topic and the state's former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff.

The event is full, but the UCAP will sell a taped version of the conference on their website in the coming weeks.



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