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The Royals spent part of this weekend hosting an anti-porn workshop for players and coaches, doing their part to sponsor “a fight for love,” as workshop leadership call it.

This all started back in August, when general manager Dayton Moore suddenly began discussing the dangers of porn during a press conference about pitcher Danny Duffy’s DUI arrest. The anti-pornography group Fight The New Drug took notice and reached out to discuss a collaboration with the team, and a few months later, they got this:

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Fight The New Drug focuses not just on porn addiction—which can be serious and debilitating—but on porn itself, specifically on “rejecting the idea that porn is healthy, normal, or cool.” The group is now praising the team as the first MLB club to take a stand against porn; at the end of the year, when the Royals have gone 68-94, at least they’ll be able to hold onto this.