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I Rebuked a “PornHub” Pervert at the Airport

by Steve Ray on July 16, 2017

We arrived at the airport to fly to Phoenix to work on the post-production for our new movie “Elijah and Elisha.”

I noticed a young man with a hoodie sweatshirt with an insignia boldly printed on the sweatshirt. It said, “PornHub Premium”.

I knew what this was since I had recently posted a blog about it (HERE). People watched 4,392,486,580 hours of porn on PornHub in 2015 – and that just ONE site! That is the equivalent of every person on the earth watching 12 porn videos in 2015. And that is not all porn sites – just PornHub!

This site promotes the abuse, degradation, torture and slavery of women.

After walking past him we came back by him again. I said to my wife, “I’ll be back in a minute.”

I walked thru the crowd at his gate. I walked up to him in front of everyone and said, “You should be ashamed to wear a sweatshirt like that!” He tried to ignore me so I said, “YOU are a pervert.”

A moment of shocked silence. I waited for him to take a swing at me but he just looked down. I walked back to my wife and on to our gate.

I wish everyone in the airport would have confronted this vulgar excuse for a man. But we are too polite and politically-correct as we watch our country and basic morality going to hell in a hand basket – or rather, on a smartphone or laptop.

Article in LifeSite News:


That is the equivalent of every person on the earth watching 12 porn videos in 2015. And that is not all porn sites – just PornHub.

What kind of an effect is this having on men, on families and on women? Just imagine the change our world is going through! Imagine where and what young men are getting their ideas of sex and girls. It is a scary time!

Heroic men are standing strong for true love and chivalry. Not all men are wading in the filth of pornography.

This article is shocking



Last week there was a big controversy about whether the children of a homosexual couple should be allowed to attend a Catholic school. If this is of interest, my friend Ed Peters has written authoritatively on the matter.

Admitting children of same-sex couples to Catholic elementary schools: thinking beyond the clichés

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