American Family Association Accuses Sears Of Selling Porn, Needs To Learn What Porn Really Is

Remember those posters you used to flip through at the back of Spencer Gifts in the mall? The ones featuring scantily clad women — and some bare-chested dudes — looking all sexy-like into the camera? Well, apparently the not-at-all-insane people at the American Family Association are convinced that these are pornographic… and they are absolutely livid that they can be purchased at Sears.com.

The AFA recently posted a call to arms on its website. Please note that the “*”s in the following quote are theirs, because apparently the words “nudity” and “sexual” are potentially poisonous to your brain:

Sears is currently offering giant posters of total nud**y on its website. Sears knows they are selling smut. Technology allows Sears to remove and stop selling these posters within minutes, so why won’t they?

I hope you will take my word for it, but if you must see the proof, they can be found here. Warning: the posters are extremely graphic and offensive, although they have been edited by us.

These aren’t just posters of scantily-clad women. Some of them depict groups of people, lesbians and others engaged in ***ual activities. Very little is left to the imagination.

According to a site that supports the AFA’s stance on this issue, a Sears employee has responded to the group’s concerns by saying that they “have reviewed the products in question and found that they do not fall outside our marketplace guidelines.”

Not surprisingly, the AFA isn’t happy with Sears’ refusal to remove the offending items:

Sears is playing with fire. Sears is the place that American families are used to going… and I just cannot imagine that the vast majority of their customer base wants to shop at a place that’s marketing pornography… There are a lot of other places that American families can shop for the same goods they get at Sears.

What do you think? Are these images too racy for the American public?

You won’t believe what Sears is selling [AFA.net via Edge Boston]

Sears Ignores Calls to Stop Selling Porn [Lifesitenews.com]