Posts Tagged "pornography"

Occupy Cultural Media

Occupy Cultural Media

Mission: Occupy Cultural Media is a grass roots organization that serves to protect children from the hypersexualization and objectification of women and children in the media. Federal regulation and enforcement must be implemented to control this usurping of a child’s right to healthypsychological and physical development. We also seek, through open national conversation and public...

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The Art is Absent

The Art is Absent

We live in a world where critiques of art are more acceptable if they are academic and not too critical of content. A layperson critical of art is likely to be dismissed as ignorant, conservative or a censor. We are trained to be accepting and tolerant of others, especially toward art and performance art. For the most part, this is a good thing. Although aware of this I still want to comment on...

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Brothel Prisons

Brothel Prisons

‘I’m selling sex like McDonald’s sells burgers. Legally’; Owners of lawful brothels in Nevada claim their hookers are well cared for but Julie Bindel finds virtual prisoners Julie Bindel for the London Times SECTION: T2;FEATURES; Pg. 6,7 Nevada, famous for its casinos, Mafia and the Sin City of Las Vegas, is the only state in the US where brothels are legal. Since the days...

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Sexualizing Children

Sexualizing Children

There has been little press about Operation Delego that recently charged 72 men for participating in an internet child sexual abuse network. Of the 72 charged, 43 have been arrested in this country and nine abroad. Another 20 are known to authorities only by their Internet names and remain at large. A “Super Hardcore” section of the bulletin board was limited to posts showing adults...

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The John Next Door

The John Next Door

The men who buy sex are your neighbors and colleagues. A new study reveals how the burgeoning demand for porn and prostitutes is warping personal relationships and endangering women and girls. By Leslie Bennetts Newsweek Men of all ages, races, religions, and backgrounds do it. Rich men do it, and poor men do it, in forms so varied and ubiquitous that they can be summoned at a moment’s...

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