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Cosmopolitan Teaches Girls the Same Values Playboy Teaches Boys

Warning: Article discusses sexually explicit themes. Reader discretion advised. By Leanne Miller, NCOSE Intern. Just about everyone who knows the name Playboy knows that it has pornographic objectives and an explicit sexual rhetoric. Even though its mission is to be “an arbiter of style and a vanguard for political, sexual and economic freedom,” its reputation is…


Playboy Magazine Re-Introduced Full Nudity After Temporary Change – Tell Barnes & Noble to Remove It!

One year after Playboy pledged to ban nudity from its magazine, the company has decided to bring it back. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) denounces this magazine as sexually exploitive and calls on retailers to remove it from their shelves. Was Playboy’s temporary removal of full nudity a scam to get better placement with retailers or does Playboy simply…


5 Ways Barnes & Noble is Facilitating Sexual Exploitation

Most parents don’t realize that their child might be exposed to pornography at their local bookstore, but that is exactly what is happening all around the country. Barnes & Noble is a Fortune 500 company, which operates 689 retail bookstores, is a major supplier of pornography. Barnes & Noble provides hundreds of free pornographic books in their…


Anti-Porn Group Chides Dick Cheney for Giving Playboy Interview

After former Vice President Dick Cheney gave a far-reaching interview for Playboy magazine, an anti-pornography group has spoken out, noting what it describes as the publication’s “exploitation” of women, The Washington Post reported.


Note to Dick Cheney: Men Do Not Buy Playboy for the Articles

Washington, DC (March 18, 2015) –Former US Vice President, Dick Cheney Cheney’s decision to use the sexually exploitive forum, Playboy, to make a political statement about Obama and racism communicates that he is okay with pornography, sexual exploitation, and does not want to reach women with his message.


Cheney criticized for Playboy interview

An anti-pornography group is bashing former Vice President Cheney for his recent interview with Playboy magazine, alleging he helped legitimize the magazine and its lewd subject matter.

“Playboy’s introduction into American culture has served to break down social mores, ultimately spawning addictive behaviors, decay of marriage, the increase of child pornography and child predators, the increase of sexual violence and more demand for trafficked and prostituted women and children,” Dawn Hawkins, the executive director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, said in a statement.


Dick Cheney Playboy Interview Called ‘Inappropriate’ By Anti-Porn Group

An anti-porn group is accusing former Vice President Dick Cheney of alienating women and endorsing pornography and sexual exploitation by giving an interview to Playboy magazine in which Cheney blasts the Obama administration on several fronts. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation said Wednesday that Cheney’s interview for the April issue of Playboy “further mainstreams pornography usage and fuels the acceptance of the hyper-sexualized, pornified state of our union.”


Anti-porn group to Cheney: Men don’t buy Playboy for the articles

If you happen to find yourself flipping through the April issue of Playboy, you’ll land on a wide-ranging interview with former Vice President Dick Cheney. In excerpts published online Tuesday, the greatest takeaway is that Cheney is not fond of President Obama. At all.