Do you remember a time when you didn’t know how to speak up for yourself? Maybe you had a childhood experience like one mom who didn’t know what to say when her cousins showed her some risque magazines from under their parent’s bed. That’s why kids need assertive communication skills! What if I told you that teaching your kids assertive communication skills will help them say no to porn?… 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.
“Global Road Entertainment has betrayed parents and endangered children by its failure to cut scenes normalizing genital touching from its children’s movie.… 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 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.)
It’s a way to publicly call out (and shame!) corporations who exploit people (mostly women and children) for profit, whether that be through:pornography,prostitution,sexual objectification,sexual violence, and/orsex trafficking.… Read More Read more It’s no secret that the Fifty Shades franchise has capitalized on the trend to push porn into mainstream media. When Fifty Shades Freed opens in theatres this month, it’s estimated that Universal Pictures will round out their revenue on this trilogy at $1.2 billion. While author E.L. James sits smugly atop her $95 million.
Normalize the exploitation of women, rake in the money, and ignore the social consequence!… Read More Read more 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!”
Soft-core porn in the mailbox Her frustration came to a boiling point when her eight-year-old son went to get the mail the other day.… Read More Read more