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Dirty Dozen List of Top Sexual Exploiters Announced

National Center on Sexual Exploitation and Morality in Media (MIM) announce the 2015 Dirty Dozen List, a compilation of leading contributors to sexual exploitation in America. The list offers actions that the public can take to persuade the Dirty Dozen to change policies and practices.

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Mitt Romney Asked To Enforce Federal Pornography Laws

Pornography Issue Now Part of Presidential Campaign Contact: Lesley Bateman 813-849-0076 Lesley@design4.org WASHINGTON, DC (March 20, 2012) – On the heels of former Senator Rick Santorum publicly pledging to ‘vigorously enforce the nation’s adult obscenity laws,’ and with last year’s Congressional bipartisan support to do the same, Governor Romney is being asked to outline his…

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Raising awareness about porn’s painful impact

OneNewsNow July 14, 2011 The MIM executive director says her group is “just trying to flood the Internet with as much anti-pornography information as possible” because it is important to remind people how much porn affects its victims, including addicts and their families. The anti-indecency organization, which leads a coalition of pro-family groups in the war…

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Morality in Media calls for federal investigation into .xxx domain

Greeley Gazette December 12, 2011 “Morality in Media has called for Congress to make it a crime for anyone to register a name on the .xxx site that is registered on another domain without the consent of the owner of the other domain name… MIM also called for Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate the…

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Senators ask Holder for more pornography prosecutions

Politico April 7, 2011 “In a letter sent to Holder earlier this week, 42 senators encouraged Holder instruct prosecutors and FBI agents to counter what the lawmakers called “the growing scourge of obscenity in America.” Anti-pornography activists have noted with alarm that, under President Barack Obama, the Justice Department has not filed a single new obscenity case…

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ICANN to vote Friday on .xxx Domain

Christian Newswire March 17, 2011 “The establishment of a .xxx domain would increase, not decrease the spread of pornography on the Internet, causing even more harm to children, families and communities, and make ICANN complicit in that harm,” said Patrick Trueman, CEO of Morality in Media and former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice…

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Morality in Media Urges a Halt to ‘Skins’ MTV: Show May Violate U.S. Child Pornography or Obscenity Laws

Christian Newswire January 24, 2011 “Morality in Media today called for MTV and Viacom to halt distribution of its new show “Skins” to avoid the exploitation of children and because the show may violate U.S. child pornography and obscenity laws. Read full article here.

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Turn MIM’s Obscenity Call Day Into A Sexual Freedom Day

Adult Visual News March 8, 201  “…Many of the offices today said they hadn’t yet heard of the letter, but were interested in learning more. That gave us an idea! With your help, we can make sure they’ve all heard about it. This Thursday we’ll host a National Call Day and need you to be…

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Morality in Media Suggests Another Reason to Vote Against Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich

Reason, Hit & Run Blog January 9, 2011 Morality in Media (MIM) is pleased to announce that “three of the leading GOP 2012 Presidential candidates have made statements committing to enforce existing federal obscenity laws if they are elected.” The Justice Department’s decision to focus on child pornography, rather than sexual material produced by and for consenting adults, has…

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Eric Holder accused of neglecting porn fight

Politico April 16, 2011 To the list of social issues such as abortion once thought to be off the 2011 political agenda and now making a comeback, add a hot-button one from the days of Reagan-era Attorney General Ed Meese — pornography. The catalyst for a renewed fight over pornography is a recent, little-noticed move…

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