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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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FTND Video Highlights Pornography’s Effects on the Brain

A new video produced by Fight the New Drug, featuring Drs. Simone Kühn, Don Hilton, Jr., and Philip Zimbardo, discusses research that shows how pornography has similar effects on the brain as highly addictive substances such as cocaine and methamphetamines. Dr. Kühn, a neuroscientist and psychologist with the Max Plank Institute in Berlin, and Dr. Hilton,…

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Why You Should Be at the 2018 CESE Global Summit!

The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Global Summit is just one month away! There is no single event that you could attend that will inspire you more, get you up to speed on the issues faster, or give you the opportunity to network with the anti-sexual exploitation movement’s most influential leaders. Get Inspired We have a phenomenal…

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Public Health Impacts of Pornography Are No Trivial Matter

This week Florida’s House of Representatives formally recognized the public health harms of pornography. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) applauds this action and Rep. Ross Spano for spearheading this effort. Public health impacts of pornography are no trivial matter. The harms associated with pornography use are wide-ranging. For example, two recent meta-analyses (a…

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Press Statement: Florida State Legislators Recognize Public Health Harms of Pornography

Washington, DC – This week Florida’s House of Representatives formally recognized the public health harms of pornography. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) applauds this action and Rep. Ross Spano for spearheading this effort. “Public health impacts of pornography are no trivial matter,” said Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Research and Education for the National Center…

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Kansas Resolution Continues Societal Awakening About the Negative Impacts of Pornography

The Kansas Senate voted Tuesday to pass a resolution condemning pornography for the harm it causes both individuals and society; the Kansas House took similar action in 2017. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) applauds these actions. It wasn’t long ago that the American public considered smoking innocuous. People smoked at work and in…

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One News Now: WRAP Week – ‘a national phenomenon’

A national anti-pornography organization is calling on local citizens to take an active role to help advance the campaign. Katherine Blakeman, communications manager for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, tells OneNewsNow what this week’s annual White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) campaign is all about. “We see that this has become in its 30 years of…

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South Dakota Unanimously Declared Pornography a Public Health Crisis

Major victory: South Dakota is recognizing the public health harms of pornography. On January 31 2017 the resolution declaring a pornography a public health crisis passed the South Dakota House 65-0 after having already passed the South Dakota Senate earlier on a 35-0 vote! South Dakota is the second state in the United States to…

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Utah Resolution Declaring Pornography a Public Health Crisis Passes Committee!

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is leading the national movement to address pornography as a public health crisis. After hosting a symposium on Capitol Hill last year to educate Congress on the harms of pornography, NCOSE drafted a resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis. That resolution is currently being considered by the…

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STATEMENT: Utah Resolution on Public Health Crisis of Pornography Passes Committee Unanimously

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE   Washington, DC –  Friday the Utah State Legislature’s resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis passed through committee unanimously. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) applauds this development, and expects that soon other states will consider similar resolutions. “This unanimous vote is hopefully the first of many as the states begin…

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