White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) week is next week, October 31 through November 6. Because of how prevalent pornography is in our culture today, it is more important than ever to raise awareness of the countless harms of pornography and offer resources to combat it.
Since WRAP week began in 1987, thousands of advocates against pornography around the world have participated by wearing or displaying a white ribbon during the week. To this day, many people still host protests, letter writing campaigns, support meetings for addicts and their partners, sermons at church, and school assemblies to fight against pornography.
To learn more about the history of WRAP week, click here.