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Does Less Sex Education Lead to Less Sex?

Teen pregnancies in England fell dramatically after cuts to funding for a sex education program, according to a new study. The analysis, published in the Journal of Health Economics last month, examined the effect of budget cuts to government-run teen pregnancy prevention programs including sex education, free condoms and access to the morning after pill in the last […]

Maryland High School Bans Graduate Due to Pregnancy

Heritage Academy, a small Christian school in Maryland, banned senior Maddi Runkles from graduation this week despite her 4.0 grade point average. Why? Because she is pregnant. In a letter to parents, the school principal said Maddi wasn’t being disciplined because she is pregnant but “because she was immoral.” According to an article by the Washington […]

Bill Requiring Parental Notice Prior to Sex Education Courses

A new proposal has been brought forth in New Hampshire requiring parents to get advance notice before sex education is taught in the classroom. The bill recently passed in the state Senate and is now headed to the governor of New Hampshire. According to one article, “parents can already opt their child out of any course […]

Arkansas Declares A Public Health Crisis

Arkansas has become the third state to pass a resolution deeming pornography a “public health crisis” of “epidemic” proportions. Similar to resolutions passed in Utah and South Dakota, the Arkansas resolution passed unanimously. Representatives stood in agreement that pornography, specifically online porn, is responsible for a host of social problems relating to sexuality and sexual […]

Wellness To Go

A study room vending machine at the University of California is now dispensing condoms, tampons, pregnancy tests, Advil and the morning-after pill (or Plan B). The machine, called “Wellness To Go,” was installed in early April. One student told CNN, “It is promoting like ‘Oh hey, go and have unsafe sex because then you have a […]

Harvard Administrators Embezzle Funds Intended for Disabled Students

Two former Harvard Law School administrators, Meg DeMarco and Darris Sailors, resigned after being accused of stealing thousands of dollars from an account meant to help students with disabilities. According to the police investigation, the women stole $110,000 in funds and used the money to purchase laptops, iPads, DVDs, jewelry and sex toys. Click HERE to read more.

The 2017 Dirty Dozen List

Each February The National Center on Sexual Exploitation releases their annual list of companies promoting sexual exploitation through pornography, prostitution and sex trafficking. The organization refers to the Dirty Dozen List as an “activism tool” allowing others to become aware of the various companies and corporations profiting from sexual exploitation. So which mainstream brands, companies and organizations support sexual exploitation […]

North America Begins Addressing Public Health Crisis

Shortly after Canadian parliament members voted to recognize pornography as a public health crisis in December 2016, state legislatures within the United States began to step forward. Legislatures in Utah voted recognizing pornography as a public health crisis and South Dakota legislators followed suit voting unanimously to recognize pornography as a public health crisis. The South Dakota […]

Power At Your Fingertips

Four engineers were inspired to make a product that would empower others. As a result, Undercover Colors was created. Undercover Colors is a wearable nail tech that identifies the presence of common date rape drugs in a variety of beverages through color change. The Problem: The Undercover Colors Team has this to say about their […]

Walmart Removes Inappropriate Material

Less than 24 hours after being confronted by The National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Walmart removed all photography books depicting child nudity from Walmart.com. “The books were in violation of our prohibited items policy and were removed as soon as they were brought to our attention. We’re refining our policies and filters to better flag and block these […]