How Bad is the Dirty Dozen? National Group Reveals 2018 Worst Offenders

Should corporations profit from sexual exploitation of women and children?  Umm…NO! Can you do something quick and easy to stop them? Definitely, YES! Each year since 2013, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has published their Dirty Dozen list. (See the worst offenders for kids below–I was a little surprised by #1.) Update: Check out the lists for 2019 and 2020!… Read More Read more

New Facebook Group for Parents! Finally a Safe Place to Discuss Sensitive Topics

Finally! A safe place for parents to discuss protecting kids from pornography (and its difficult effects). We created the Let’s Talk About Protecting Kids From Pornography on Facebook as a safe place for parents to share stories, tips and ideas. And you can even submit questions or advice anonymously! So many parents want to talk about taboo topics such as pornography, sexual abuse, masturbation, etc.… Read More Read more

Lingerie Ads and Little Eyes: 5 Easy Ways to Protect Kids from Porn (in Ads)

No doubt about it, nudity —or partial nudity— has become mainstream in our society. But just because it’s mainstream doesn’t mean there isn’t something you can do to protect kids from porn. (Yes, even the soft-core porn that’s found everywhere in ads!) One of our readers is ready to take on such a fight. In her own words, “I’m fed up with the push of lingerie ads!”… Read More Read more

How a Mama Bear is Winning Against the Porn Industry

Dawn Hawkins is a mama bear in her twenties with two children under the age of three. She’s fighting the porn industry tooth and nail, and winning! If you care about how pornography is impacting kids, you’ll want to find out more about her work at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) in Washington, D.C. Discover her secret weapon for turning the power of popular opinion against industries who are profiting from sexual exploitation–and learn easy ways you can support her!… Read More Read more

Connect With Kids: 7 Tips From a Mom Who Fights

This is the first in a series of “Moms Who Fight” which we’ll post over the next several months. Don’t worry–we’ll also be promoting “Dads Who Fight” as well! With these stories, we hope to inspire all of us to do our little bit to CHANGE THE WORLD. by Dina Alexander, Founder of Educate Empower Kids I’m a mom who loves to connect with kids.… Read More Read more

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