Did you know that porn is racist? It’s true! Not only is pornography teaching toxic messages about sex, it’s also a cesspool of racism. In fact, pornography is rife with racist stereotypes. And children who view it are swallowing racist messages–making pornography even more dangerous and despicable.
(Keep reading for 3 beautiful and practical ways to raise children who reject racism.)
Racism in Pornography You might find this surprising, but when it comes to pornography, very few are calling it out for being so racist.… Read More Read more Moms all over the world are fighting tooth and nail to protect their kids from the threats technology poses today. From overuse of tech, to access to dangerous pornography and predators, there are so many opportunities for families to prepare to be safe and strong!
These moms, just like you, are doing what they can to influence their own homes and communities.… Read More Read more “How was your day at school, honey?” It was an innocent question that I’m pretty sure most parents expect will only generate a “Fine,” “Okay,” or “Good” from their child. That’s what I expected, too. Instead I got this:
“Jessica* and I were working on our project together. We were using her computer and I accidentally clicked on the wrong tab.… Read More Read more When it comes to pornography, it’s not often that my jaw hits the floor anymore!
I’ve been writing and speaking about porn for 7 years now. I’ve listened to hundreds of personal stories and read more articles than I can count. I’ve journeyed the road of addiction with my husband, and I’m on the front lines protecting my kids. But when I think I’ve heard it all and we’ve scraped the bottom of the barrel as a society, I hear something that takes my breath away. This happened recently when I heard about Kanye West’s response to Jimmy Kimmel’s question about whether having two daughters impacted his view of women.… Read More Read more UPDATE 6/4/2018 We are dismayed to report that following this blog post, the film was not edited as promised, and has been showing in theaters. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) screened the film and reported that the sexually exploitive narrative and scenes of genital touching remain in the movie. We strongly advise the parents and caregivers to not take children to this film. … Read More Read more This month we celebrate the powerful influence of mothers who take action to protect children!
Does your community need someone to speak up and help parents be more aware of the challenges kids face today with pornography? You’re about to meet an inspiring mother and daughter who just jumped in and started teaching parents how to protect children. Julie Nelson and her daughter, Shasta Knight, didn’t wait for a fancy title or the right time in life to start speaking up.… Read More Read more