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Pamela Anderson (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

If more religious leaders and entertainment stars spoke out on the subject the government might be pushed to take action

Cardinal Woelki: 'Prayer rooms and mosques are equally protected by our constitution as our churches and chapels' (AP)

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Dorothy Day depicted in a stained-glass window at Our Lady of Lourdes church in New York (CNS)

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Bishop Richard Malone spoke out about the problem of pornography (AP Photo/David Duprey)

The bishops have said that the use of pornography is a mortal sin

Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo speaks during a news conference at the general assembly of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (CNS)

American bishops introduce statement on pornography at autumn meeting

Pornography addiction can work in the same way as addiction to alcohol or heroin

Former lad’s mag editor Martin Daubney should be applauded for exposing the damage it does

Nordic Hotels, one of Scandinavia's largest hotel chains, is no longer offering pornography to its customers

Petter Stordalen has demonstrated what a difference one person’s moral stand can make

Prime Minister David Cameron at the NSPCC headquarters on Monday (Photo: PA)

Caritas also wants proposals to cover websites featuring extreme violence and promoting self-harm

Ed Miliband is the latest politician to speak up against porn (Joe Giddens/PA Wire/Press Association Images)

None of the arguments against censoring pornography stand up

David Cameron has called on Google tp do more to rid the internet of child pornography, Martin Keene/PA Wire

It’s hard to argue some moral points without a thelogical explanation