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One Year Ago: The First State Declared Pornography a Public Health Crisis

One year ago today I joined Utah Governor Herbert and other allies at the historic signing of the first state resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis. Since then, South Dakota and Arkansas have passed the resolution, and it is being considered right now in half a dozen additional states. Even the Canadian Parliament passed […]

Talking Points: Public Health Crisis of Pornography

HIV Scare In The Porn Industry: Performers’ Health At Risk

Pornography production was temporarily put on hold in Los Angeles after an anonymous performer recently tested positive for HIV. The Free Speech Coalition—a lobby and PR arm of the pornography industry—said that the performer is currently being re-tested and that everyone should remember: “Fear, shame, and stigma are preventable.” “You know what else is preventable? […]

Talking Points: Public Health Crisis of Pornography

3 Things Every Woman Whose Partner Uses Pornography Needs To Know

Guest blog submitted by Betrayal Trauma Recovery. For some women, it’s shocking to find out that her husband has been using pornography. For others, they are well aware of pornography in their marriage but don’t know exactly what to do about it. Here are three things that women who are in a relationship with a pornography user […]

After the Harvard Men’s Soccer team rated the Women’s team based on sexual objectification, they took action.

Harvard recently cancelled the men’s soccer team’s season after it was discovered that the team continually produced vulgar and explicit documents rating female soccer team recruits on their perceived sexual appeal and physical appearance. “I think what hurt the most was not necessarily reading what was said about me, but reading what was said about girls […]

Podcast: Can 4 Conversations Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse?

Child sexual abuse is perhaps one of the most heinous crimes imaginable. As a result, people often avoid thinking or talking about it. But pushing such a serious problem under the rug might be doing more harm than good. Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that approximately 1 in 6 boys […]

Podcast: SEXPLOITATION?

College Students Are Struggling With Pornography At An Unprecedented Rate

College students today are part of the “online generation.” As a result, the presence of pornography in their lives is nearly universal. One global survey of college students from four different countries (Canada, Germany, Sweden, and the U.S.) found that 76.5% of the sample used the Internet for “sexual entertainment” and 30.8% of American students reported engaging […]

Talking Points: Public Health Crisis of Pornography

Fox News Tried to Normalize Pornography, Now It’s Being Called Out

Fox News published a slanted article claiming pornography can make you a better romantic partner. This is, of course, contrary to reliable research. As a side note: in addition to recently discussing the “benefits” of pornography, Fox News has a long history of profiting from hyper-sexualized ads placed along the side bars, and elsewhere, on […]

Talking Points: Responses to Pro-Porn Arguments

ARTICLE: State audit finds pornography on school-issued computers

Auditors in Mississippi found that school-issued laptops and tablets aren’t just being used for homework. They’re being used to access pornography. Do the schools have some responsibility? The Children’s Internet Protection Act is a law that mandates that schools and libraries must have filters in place if they opt-in to receive specific e-rate federal funding. This […]

Safe Schools, Safe Libraries

Podcast: Can We Prevent Rape On College Campuses?

Ep. 22 Special guest Dr. John Foubert addresses an innovative program on college campuses. Dr. John Foubert is the national president of One in Four, a professor at Oklahoma State University author of several books including most recently How Pornography Harms. One In Four is a national nonprofit dedicated to sexual assault prevention, focusing on college […]

Podcast: SEXPLOITATION?

Carl’s Jr. Will No Longer Produce Racy, Sexist Ads

Carl’s Jr., one of four brands under CKE Restaurants including Hardee’s, has announced that it will stop producing racy ads for their fast food products. CKE Restaurant CEO Andy Puzder has claimed that the reason for the change in marketing strategy is that millennial men care more about “where do you source your beef” than […]

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