Newswire: Hilton hotels remove pay-per-view porn, because hotels are for sleeping

Hotel rooms, particularly in their more reasonably priced iterations, have long been considered rarified spaces suitable only for quiet contemplation and deep, dreamless sleep. That is, until Hilton Hotels & Resorts decided to muck it all up by introducing pornography into its pay-per-view offerings. And if we’ve learned anything from the most recent stop on Josh Duggar’s hypocrisy whistle-stop tour, it’s that pornography is a (age-restricted, totally voluntary) menace with the power to transform clean-living, God-fearing Americans into depraved sex addicts overnight.

Thus, a group has set out to remind the hotel chain that watching naked people on a small television set is roughly akin to punching God in the throat. Salon reports that a group calling itself National Center on Sexual Exploitation (recently changed from the notably less concern-troll-friendly Morality in Media) recently succeeded in its campaign to remove all pornography from the pay-per-view at Hilton …

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