Triple-X domain being considered - why it's a bad idea

No enforcement regulation means amount of adult material will explode.

May 6, 2010

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN, (the governing board that controls the Internet) is ONCE AGAIN considering establishing an .xxx domain for p*rnography. This matter has been considered twice before but stopped because of overwhelming opposition in this country and abroad. Such a domain will increase the amount of p*rn on the internet and make it more available to adults and children.

ICANN would ask the p*rnographers to voluntarily move to the new .xxxdomain which would contain nothing but p*rnography. There would be NO LAW TO FORCE THEM to the new domain.

Our friends at has listed reasons opposing this domain. See them here. One thing is explicitly clear. Creating the .xxx domain will not, in any way, shape or form, clean up the .com domain. It will simply create a new, no-holds barred porn playground.

ICANN is considering options regarding the approval for a .xxx domain. You can see them here.

Take Action

AFA supports option 3 and encourages you to email ICANN and ask them to adopt option 3, which will effectively reject the .xxx domain.

Please send an email to ICANN, asking them to choose option 3, and against applications for the .xxx domain.  The deadline for public comments is May 10, so please take action today! 

It is very important that you forward this alert to your friends and family members.



Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association

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