It was clear beautiful evening at the Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah on June 23, 2011. The band Parachute along with Hugo, Damato and Allred were scheduled to perform what was sure to be an unforgettable night. The crowd of over 3,000 anxiously anticipated the musicians’ arrival. The fact that the concert was free made the night that much more desirable. But what was truly unique about that evening was the cause that brought all these fans, bands, and vendors together, the harmful effects of pornography.
Seeing our differences is not what separates us, or makes us unequal. Recognizing these points of indifference is what makes us great. Being in a relationship with someone who shares similar interests and hobbies can be rewarding but imagine how incredibly boring life would be if your significant other responded to everything you said with, “I agree” or “same here”. Together, a man and a woman are more than the sum of two people; they are the exponential growth of two people joining forces. So to attempt to make ourselves equal is an injustice to our full potential.
We’re not going to beat around the bush on this one; being interviewed and broadcasted on the radio is pretty sweet. Local, Independent, Alternative. These are the words that x96 uses to describe their station. We like these descriptions, because they are the same words you might use to describe teens in your community.Recently we had the opportunity to meet Bill Allred, the host of Radio from Hell. Bill is
I became a fighter after battling with a pornography addiction for 5 years and hitting an all-time low in my life.I see myself more as a fire fighter. To me pornography is a deadly fire; and it may start out as a single flame but it can rapidly grow and spread to a full-fledge out of control forest fire. And before you know it, everything surrounding you, every aspect of your life, is engulfed in flames. Everything is being consumed. Everything is being destroyed.
You know what the experts think, you’ve heard what we have to say and you’ve somewhat successfully managed to ignore your parents’ opinions, but what do YOU think about pornography? Sometimes it can be difficult to relate to a topic if you can’t relate to anyone that’s actually talking about it. Check out our latest video “What Teens are saying about Pornography” This video offers REAL messages and opinions from those closest to you, your peers. If parents