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A Porn Legend Stands Up And Fights Back Against Utah Politicians Trying to Ban Porn From Phones and Tablets

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THE SUN  Adult film actress Cherie DeVille is getting involved with Utah politics, urging lawmakers to drop a controversial bill that would ban porn from phones and tablets.

According to The U.S. Sun, Cherie DeVille spoke out against the proposed porn bill in an open letter addressed to Utah Gov. Spencer Cox, urging him to veto the measure. 

The measure, known as HB72, is designed to allow parents to restrict children from being able to access porn on their phone and tablet devices.


Just an absolutely dishonorable, devious, and dishonest effort by the lawmakers in Utah — waiting until everybody is all politic'ed out, trying to sneak the PORN-BLOCKER bill through in the name of protecting our "children." And during a pandemic!  There should be a hard and fast rule, agreed and acted upon by everyone in power, that if you are stuck inside for a year through no fault of your own, just you and your parents or you and your girlfriend etc, you should not only have your phone NOT-blocked from porn, you should be PROVIDED with porn. You should have a choice of two (2) subscription sites, that the government pays for and sends you the confirmation codes and log-ins (fresh ones, none of those "password dumps" on message boards and forums with 10 logins to Brazzers that have no shot but you keep trying anyway.) And, like the Barstool Fund, it should have no time limit, just be renewed and refreshed as needed, for as long as it takes. 

That's the America I know and love at least.  And then there's Utah, who officially declared porn a "national health crisis" .  





This was 5 years ago -- we're now at the stage of the crisis where phones start getting filters on them, which of course, is the start of a slippery slope towards just banning sex altogether.  Those nerds in Utah would love that, putting a stop to that icky sex stuff.




But that's not going to happen; not if porn legend Cherie Deville has anything to say about it. 


A porn star is calling on Gov. Spencer Cox to veto a bill that would require new cellphones and tablets sold in Utah to block explicit content by default, arguing that the proposal would infringe on free speech rights in the state.

“If you want to monitor what your kid watches on their phone, install parental controls that have existed since AOL,” adult film actress Cherie DeVille wrote to Cox in an open letter posted on the Daily Beast. “If your kid still manages to watch porn, here’s an idea: Take away their phone. Why does any child need a cellphone anyway? They certainly don’t need the state to parent them.”

“If you want to monitor what your kid watches on their phone, install parental controls that have existed since AOL,” she wrote to the state’s Republican governor, Spencer Cox. 

“If your kid still manages to watch porn, here’s an idea: Take away their phone.

“Why does any child need a cellphone anyway? They certainly don’t need the state to parent them.”

…DeVille said the legislation will do nothing to shield Utah children and is actually an attempt to prevent the socially conservative state’s adults from viewing pornography. And she questioned why the legislation singles out sexually explicit content, when violent video games and television shows can also have a damaging effect on children.

“Stop using ‘protect the children’ when your real goal is to stop adults from watching porn,” she wrote. (SLTrib)


You do NOT become the Xbiz Milf Performer of the Year and star of "MILF Cherie Deville Wants Juan El Caballo Loco To Obey His Step Mom" without having a bold, strong voice and the confidence to use it for good.