Porn will be eliminated from on-demand video.
Don't just complain about the magazine rack - do something.
And he ain't impressed.
The film to be released this month can only increase that risk.
You know it’s an addiction when a man wants to marry his porn-laden computer.
An Australian mum sees red while stopped at a red light.
Porn leads to deep damage for men, women and relationships.
Parents need to be more aware of the reality of their kids' exposure to porn.
UK education body advises introducing porn into the curriculum.
While Britons debate controls on internet porn, a case involving children has come to light which lends weight to the argument for more effective controls.
A UK parliamentary report calls for network level filtering of porn to protect children. The MPs say device level filters are not doing that job.
Here's a pre Christmas shopping heads-up, especially for folks Down Under. It's a warning from Australian group Collective Shout, a grassroots campaigning movement challenging the sexualisation and objectification of women and girls, about brands that do precisely that.
There is more action on the sexualization of children front in the UK this week. But the latest move -- involving the four leading internet service providers and porn filters -- may not be as radical as it first seemed.
A good news, or slightly better news, headline in the Wall Street Journal -- “TV Porn Doesn’t Sell Like It Used To” -- turns out to have a sting in the tail.
When I see stories like this NY Times piece on sexually exploited children and teens, I’m tempted to wish the world had ended as predicted last month.
A British feminist is sounding the alarm about the effects on teenagers
of easy access to pornography, saying that a skewed view of sex is
becoming the norm in society and the idea of intimacy is dying.
It is almost beyond belief what some companies will try to get awaywith in the line of exploiting children. Australian clothing groupCotton On has withdrawn baby clothes with slogans which include “I'm atits man", "The condom broke", and “I'm living proof my mum is easy"after they caused an uproar in Australia and New Zealand.
Is it safe to take your children to an art gallery these days? A writer
complains in the New York Times about taking his twin boys, aged 7, to
one of his favourite galleries and running into an exhibition with
“graphic images”. The name, “And/Or”, provided no clue to the genitalia
displayed; the warning sign at the entrance was in very small print.