Caught in the Web is the title of Daniel Sieberg's series for CBS about the perils of obsessive Internet activity. Yesterday, Sieberg warned us about spending too much time playing interactive videogames online: an Arkansas marriage ended in divorce because Final Fantasy replaced intimacy. Now, Sieberg warns that too much pornography is bad for us too. Sieberg profiled Mark Searles, a thirtysomething former porn devotee, who kept his surfing for "several hours at a time" secret from his wife. Searles explained that staying away from X-rated sites now makes him feel "clean" and no longer "humble" in front of his nine-year-old son.
As an antidote Sieberg suggests xxxchurch.com run by Craig Gross, an Indiana preacher who conducts his born-again anti-smut crusade--we kid you not--by serving breakfast pancakes for porn-hooked men and their teenage sons.
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