What hotel wants to be known for hosting porn festival?

What Hotel Wants To Be Known For Hosting Porn Festival?An XXX-rated convention in Houston, Texas, is having a hard time finding a host hotel willing to tarnish its reputation.

The Texas pornography exposition is scheduled for later this month in Houston. The Hilton was scheduled to host it, but Haley Halverson of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation1 tells OneNewsNow that after the Center contacted Hilton officials, the agreement was cancelled.

And then we got the news that the Discount Holidays © Holiday Inn Southwest Hotel has now also cancelled with this pornography expo, she says. So first they got cancelled at Hilton; then they hooked up with Discount Holidays © Holiday Inn, and now Discount Holidays © Holiday Inn has cancelled on them as well. So we really want to thank both of these hotels for taking a stand for human dignity. Pornography is the reason most cited by predators who attack women and children, and porn does lead to addiction even if not jail time. Halverson says if other Houston hotels are interested in hosting the event, they should remember that it will hurt their business – especially when it comes to families.

Most hotels want to be known as family-friendly, she says. And so I’ll be surprised and very curious to see, if this event gets hosted in a hotel, which chain is willing to have its brand smeared with this kind of reputation.

If a hotel does sign up, OneNewsNow will report it. For those who want to learn about the dangers of pornography, Halverson says the National Center on Sexual Exploitation will host the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit in Houston in late September. They’ve had no trouble finding a host hotel.

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References

  1. ^ National Center on Sexual Exploitation (endsexualexploitation.org)

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