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Porn and Valentine's Day

The Comcast-owned cable channel G4 (usually a video-game channel) hosted a "Romance-Free Valentine's Day," complete with a two-hour special promoting the Adult Entertainment Expo, hosted by a porn star.

Valentine's Day fell on a Sunday this year, which could be celebrated as a day where our lifelong romantic love builds a foundation for our families and our faith. Or, to television executives, it could be a holiday for infidelity and pornography.

The cable channel G4 - little known except to video-game junkies, including young boys - announced they would host a "Romance-Free Valentine's Day," where viewers "looking for an escape from the mush can turn to the only network that will showcase unfaithful lovers and naughty adult superstars to commemorate Cupid's holy day."

After an all-day marathon of the show "Cheaters," which exposes affairs - the channel promoted it as "13 hours of fistfights, screaming, and the most extreme relationship drama imaginable" - came a two-hour special touring and promoting the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, hosted by porn star Sasha Grey.