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Minnesota Passes a Bill Linking Pornography to Human Trafficking

Minnesota has passed Bill SF 2554 (Benson)/ HF 2967 (Lohmer), a groundbreaking bill recognizing pornography as a contributing factor in human trafficking. According to an article by author Amanda Zurface, “State legislators have affirmed that pornography, like sex trafficking, is a commodification of the human person and should be studied as a cause on both the supply and

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Fairfax County Sex Education Policy Under Review

Parents in Fairfax County are continuing to protest newly proposed sex education policies. According to an article by Fox5, the new curriculum would expand lessons on the different types of contraception available to students, change curriculum language from “biological sex” to “sex assigned at birth” and would include education on PrEP, an HIV prevention drug not yet approved for individuals under

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Opting-Out is Not an Option in Orange County

In a letter written to the Orange County School Board, General Council Ronald Wenart explained the implications of the California Healthy Youth Act. The letter explained in detail the lack of rights available to parents desiring to opt their children out of the county’s sex education curricula.  Following the letter, a statement was released by the Orange County School

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Why the Benham Brothers Endorsed the Sex Ed Sit Out

Pastors, parents, and other concerned Americans have a duty to stop the “perversion” that is being imposed upon children through “sex ed” and “anti-bullying” programs, Jason and David Benham wrote in a new op-ed endorsing last months Sex Ed Sit Out protest (read more on the Sex Ed Sit Out HERE). The Benham brothers, who lost

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Pearson’s Social Emotional Learning Messages in Student Software

Publishing giant Pearson recently released that the company had been inserting “social-psychological interventions” into its learning software throughout 2017. According to an article by Education Week, Pearson’s most recent research involved more than 9,000 unwitting students at 165 different colleges and universities without consent from participating institutions or individuals. The article states that “the company embedded ‘growth-mindset’ and other psychological

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Sex Ed Sit Out Success: Your Voices Were Heard

Parents around the world kept their children home from school on Monday, April 23 in protest of the graphic content found in comprehensive sex-ed curriculum. The “Sex Ed Sit Out” provided parents the opportunity to unify and demand graphic content be removed from their school districts. The Abstinence Clearinghouse aims to support parents as the primary

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Walmart Removes Cosmopolitan Magazine from Checkouts

Last Wednesday, Walmart announced that it would be removing Cosmopolitan magazines from the checkout lines at over 6,000 store locations protecting minors from the sexually explicit material that Cosmopolitan embodies and perpetuates. “As with all products in our store, we continue to evaluate our assortment and make changes,” Walmart said in a statement released last week. “Walmart

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A Royal Stand Against Pornography

According to a recent podcast produced by WORLD Magazine, the Kansas City Royals have become the first pro sports team to address the dangers of pornography. With baseball season beginning and the anticipation of another high-stress season, the franchise decided to hold a seminar for players outlining the negative effects of pornography as a part of the team’s leadership training

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Senate and House Passes FOSTA-SESTA

Last week the Senate passed FOSTA-SESTA (Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act and Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act). This legislation is a great victory in the fight to end the modern-day slavery of online sex trafficking by giving victims their day in court and empowering state Attorney Generals to prosecute websites that facilitate sex trafficking. The Senate’s bipartisan vote, following

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Victory in Florida

On Tuesday, February 20, the Florida House passed a resolution declaring that pornography is a public health risk. “Research has found a correlation between pornography use and mental and physical illnesses, difficulty forming and maintaining intimate relationships, unhealthy brain development and cognitive function, and deviant, problematic or dangerous sexual behavior,” stated resolution sponsor Ross Spano

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