Should Major Hotel Chains Remove Access to Pornography in Hotel Rooms?
Comment: Are we "One Nation Under God" or not? by Jim
Comment: Especially Marriott's which is owned by Mormons!Years go I wrote them about it & they never answered. by Jose
Comment: They have no right to say what we can or cannot watch by Lisa
Comment: Unbelievable..Where do they think they should have the authority to govern the policies of these Hotel chains due to their Religious beliefs?.But maybe we should start Taxing the churches instead. by Roy
Comment: although I may not watch anything like that doesn't mean that others may watch. I know how to change the channel or turn the TV off. That is what remotes or for...
Comment: special groups NEED TO STOP telling us what is good for us! if you dont like porn dont watch it! and nobody is forcing those actors (females and males) to perform in porn. LEAVE US ALONE!!!! by sean
Comment: This is a service they provide their guests. Nobody is forced to watch. It's okay to think porn is wrong, but don't force others to accept your thoughts and beliefs. by Chip
Comment: I don't need anyone dictating what is and isn't acceptable. I think people should be free to make their own choices. by John
Comment: from ck in they could recline or decline an it be blocked to the room!!or bell boy could shout off @in the rm with a key or code!bottom line blocked every were. they will still get thru dvd or internet.. by frank
Comment: If they were my hotel(s), I wouldn't offer it. But they're not my hotels. It's the owner's decision. by Bob
Comment: Don't stay in a hotel if they have porn movies if you don't want too. If you do be sure they have a policy of changing the bed covers for every guest every time. Nothing like a stained bed cover to sleep on--yuck!!! by lee
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