Kenyan Atheists President Protest Prof Magoha Proposal to Ban Porn Sites in Kenya.

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Atheists in Kenya (AIK) society has dismissed calls by Education CS Prof. George Magoha to bar Kenyans from accessing pornography sites.

On Thursday, CS Magoha said pornographic sites were to blame for the high cases of teen pregnancies in the country and vowed to push for the amendment of the law to block Kenyans from watching porn on the internet.

“You see when you are not thinking about sex but someone opens a pornographic page then you start thinking about it and generating ideas. Why is that site accessible in Kenya? Who needs it?” said Magoha.

“Don’t tell us because it is accessible in the US that it should be accessible here. There many countries in Africa and Asia that have blocked it and their culture is better.”

But in a statement on Friday, Kenyan atheists through Atheists President Harrison Mumia said blocking porn sites is not a solution to the problem of teenage pregnancies.

“We would like to inform CS Magoha that watching pornography is not the reason we are having many cases of teenage pregnancy in the country,” Mumia noted.

“Teenagers are getting pregnant because they are having unprotected sex. That is the only way to get pregnant.”

The group further argued that teen pregnancies were still there even before the invention of the internet. 

“The CS should know that teenage pregnancies started way before free porn became available on the internet in the early 2000s.”

The nonbelievers said the problem can be solved by introducing safe sex education in schools.

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“The solution lies in teaching about safe sex as soon as children are mature enough to know what sex is. Sex education should be introduced in grade 4 or 5,” the group added.

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