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Sports Illustrated, the Porn Apologists?

This article originally appeared on Townhall.com.  Sports Illustrated has certainly not earned itself a reputation as defenders of women’s dignity, but in one of their latest articles, they’ve positioned themselves as overt porn apologists and defenders. The article was headlined: “Royals GM Dayton Moore Makes Bizarre and Troubling Choice to Host Anti-Porn Activists.” This defensive article…

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Anti-Porn Sen. Orrin Hatch Won’t Seek Reelection

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah—After 32 years in the U.S. Senate, Utah’s Orrin Hatch, 83, is finally calling it quits—and not a moment too soon. Certainly, the adult entertainment community will be happy to see him go, since as a Senate Judiciary Committee member, he supported every single anti-sexual speech measure to come before him. Hatch’s…

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Your Brain on Porn

SPECT (single-photon emission computerized tomography) brain scans of addictive pornography users are alarming. Even to the untrained eye, the brains of pornography addicts are visibly depleted, worse than even the brain scans of heroin addicts. Even more alarming, the region of the brain most depleted by addictive pornography consumption is the prefrontal cortex, the region…

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Yes, Homeschoolers Struggle With Pornography Too [VIDEO]

Is porn a problem in the homeschool community? Yes. One day the Internet filter wasn’t turned on. This opened the door to his five year struggle with pornography addiction. Some people assume that homeschooling, or being involved parents, will automatically shelter their children from pornography. However, homeschool children struggle with pornography just like everyone else….

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600 Leaders Just Met in Trinidad to Discuss Solutions

I am just returning to the office following our incredible Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit. Although, it was nearly three weeks ago, I am still feeling incredibly hopeful. There is a movement to end exploitation and our efforts to bring leaders together and engage them on united efforts have undoubtedly galvanized this shift. We…

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Playboy Abandons Nude Photos as People Migrate to Internet Pornography

Playboy is removing all nude images from its magazine, according to a report on October 12th from the New York Times. As Bill Donohue’s recent commentary on the policy move so adequately summarizes, pornography has become a public health crisis. With unlimited supply via the internet, pornography brings sexual addictions and disorders, broken and undermined…

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Press Release: Playboy Passé: Why Nudity is Now Irrelevant

Statement by NCOSE VP of Education and Outreach, Lisa L. Thompson   Washington, DC – Playboy magazine has announced that it is discontinuing its practice of publishing fully nude photos of women, which marks a significant cultural shift as the use of hardcore pornography rises. “Playboy, once the cultural gateway to pornography, has now ceased…

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Why We Must Educate: A Lesson from the World Meeting of Families

With a sign that says “Pornography: A Public Health Crisis,” you’re going to get some attention. This was the sign that the National Center on Sexual Exploitation chose to feature at its booth this year at the World Meeting of Families, an international Catholic event preceding the Papal visit in Philadelphia. NCOSE was glad to…

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Billboard Exposing the Harms of Pornography Goes Up in Alabama

Pornography is an epidemic that harms nearly every family in America. Sadly, many people are unaware of the multi-faceted, public health crisis of pornography. That’s where the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s City Blitz Campaign comes in. The City Blitz Campaign is about educating your community about the reality of sexual exploitation, particularly pornography, whether through school…

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Hilton Worldwide to Remove All In-Room Porn

Hilton to be Removed from NCOSE’s Dirty Dozen List Due to Policy Change  Washington, DC (8/17/15) – Hilton Worldwide, the international hotel and resort chain, has changed its policies in order to remove all on-demand pornographic videos from all of its properties, worldwide. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is grateful to Hilton for its…

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