Sarah Purple

NCSE Intern

Sarah Purple joined National Center on Sexual Exploitation as an intern in January 2015. She will graduate with Bachelor’s Degrees in both Politics and Theology & Religious Studies from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in May 2015. Sarah is passionate about fighting sexual exploitation in all its forms and about protecting the family as the core unit of society. While in college, she has pursued these passions through her work as Vice President of the CUA Anscombe Society, student group of the Love and Fidelity Network. She hopes to continue working for these two causes after graduation.

Articles by Sarah Purple

Truth Worth Fighting For

Final Thoughts on My Internship with NCSE Coming to the end of one chapter in life really makes you think back on what it is that you have learned and experienced during that time. My time as an intern at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) has been quite eventful. I feel that I…

Issue: Pornography Harms

CUA Students’ Campaign Against Fifty Shades of Grey Was a Success

At first glance, there was nothing special about the CUA Anscombe Society’s Valentine’s Day campaign. With a simple banner and a table filled with desserts, we could have easily passed for any of the other student groups tabling in the CUA student center, except for the fact that the banner read “#50CentsNot50Shades” and on the table also lay graphics like this one. It was our cause – spreading awareness about the harms of the movie Fifty Shades of Grey and raising money for a local shelter for victims of domestic violence – that set us radically apart from any other fundraiser in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day.

2014 Dirty Dozen List: Fifty Shades of Grey