Public are concerned about link between online porn and sexual violence against women and girls – study

Oct 20, 2021 by

from Christian Today: A majority of UK adults fear that online porn is driving sexual violence against women and girls. In a Savanta Comres poll commissioned by CARE, 6 in 10 UK adults said they were “concerned that pornography is inspiring sexual violence against women and girls.” Only 1 in 10 disagreed with the statement. Women were more likely to be concerned about a link between porn and sexual violence (7 in 10) than men (5 in 10). But there was broad support among both male...

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OnlyFans and the Sexual Revolution

Sep 2, 2021 by

by Samuel D James, First Things: A few years ago I read a fascinating report from a journalist who had attended an “Adult Entertainment Convention.” He noted that there were hundreds of male fans waiting in line for high-priced tickets to watch pornographic exhibitions. This was interesting because the convention just happened to take place near a community in which prostitution was legal, and, as the journalist pointed out, almost certainly available for less than what these men were having...

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Woman’s Hour presents the porn-for-children slot

Aug 18, 2021 by

by Kathy Gyngell, TCW: MOST of us have become inured to the relentless downward spiral of the BBC. But it surely plumbs new depths with its latest offering – a Tweet from Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour asking: ‘What’s the best way to inform teenagers about porn?’ With breezy insouciance, as if pornography for the young was an accepted part of everyday life, the message continues: ‘Should there be age-appropriate porn as has been suggested, so they can learn about consent and what’s respectful and...

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BBC Asks Viewers If There Should Be ‘Age-Appropriate Porn’ For Children

Aug 5, 2021 by

By  Ben Zeisloft, Daily Wire: BBC Woman’s Hour asked social media followers to submit opinions about “the best way to inform teenagers” about “age-appropriate porn.” The women’s radio magazine program — which has been on the air since 1946 — tweeted on Tuesday morning: “What’s the best way to inform teenagers about porn? Should there be age-appropriate porn as has been suggested so they can learn about consent and what’s respectful and what’s not? What do you think? Email us your opinions.”...

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‘A medical scandal’: The Inside Story on the transgender debate, a new porn-blocking service and more

Jul 15, 2021 by

by Billy Hallowell, Christian Post: Christian Post reporters Brandon Showalter and Leah Klett join host Billy Hallowell to take listeners into some of the biggest stories of the week. Showalter discusses the transgender debate and Klett breaks down a new porn-blocking service for families, a new documentary releasing from the Kendrick Brothers and more. Why do these issues matter and what’s really going on behind the headlines? Get the inside story during this episode of “The...

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UNICEF report says pornography is not always harmful to children

Jun 2, 2021 by

By Alexis Fragosa, LifeSite: A UN agency is again immersed in controversy for a recent report suggesting there is no conclusive evidence that children exposed to pornography are harmed. The report published by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) addresses how government policy can be used to protect children from harmful, abusive and violent content online.  Its conclusion is based on a European study of 19 EU countries that found in most countries, most children who saw pornographic images were...

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