(FOX NEWS) - Political conventions are coming up and party platforms are out.
The GOP has a proposed anti-pornography plank, calling porn is a public health crisis and encourages "states to continue to fight this public menace.”
So are porn pros worried about what might happen if the plank makes it onto the party platform, and presumed nominee Donald Trump and the GOP win the White House?
“As we all know political platforms are meaningless. But once again it shows how terribly out of touch the Republican Party is,” Steven Hirsch, founder/co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, told FOX411. “I’m sure Donald Trump would laugh at that.”
One person not laughing is Mary Frances Forrester, the North Carolina delegate who offered the plank on Monday, stressing the importance of an anti-porn push.
"The internet must not become a safe haven for predators. Pornography, with its harmful effects, especially on children, has become a public health crisis that is destroying the life of millions," she said.
Click here for what a former congressman has to say about this issue and the First Amendment, from Fox News.