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Hi I'm Stacie

I'm a mother. I'm a wife. I'm a YouTube Partner. I make films, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm known on the internet as TheFamousStacie. No, I'm not really famous. After a career working in television, I chose to stay home and be a mother when my first son was born. Three kids and eight years later I am still at home. While at home I have earned my Master's degree and taken on independent film as a hobby. I pay my student loan payments each month with the revenue I make as a YouTube Partner. I make silly videos and for some reason people watch them. I can't complain!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. Both my parents are converts from the South. I feel so blessed to have the Gospel in my life. So many of life's challenges can be avoided by following the Gospel. I am happy to be a part of something good.

How I live my faith

I live in the world, but not of the world. My friends come from every walk of life and I love that! I can be around all kinds of people, but still have my values and standards.

How can we stop the spread and influence of pornography?

Stacie
People need to be educated on the dangers of pornography. Presently, partners who are hurt by pornography are made out to be silly and unrealistic. Those addicted to pornography feel self loathing, but powerless to break the cycle. Children under the age of 12 that are exposed to pornography have a high rate of adult pornography addiction. Personally we must be like Joseph of the Old Testament when Potiphar's Wife tried to seduce him - RUN!!!!!! When we accidentally come across that unintentional website. Click OUT! Close the computer. Keep doors open when we use the computer and watch children at all times. One click is all it takes for them to be exposed to inappropriate images that could affect the rest of their lives. Show more Show less