Hilton Hotels Remove Pornography
The worldwide Hilton hotel chain has removed all porn channels from its hotels in 85 countries after a campaign that saw top executives each getting as many as 1,000 emails a week opposing the presence of porn in the hotels....
Push to Block ‘Cosmo’ Cover Gaining Traction
The campaign to put Cosmopolitan magazine behind blinders in stores is gaining momentum.
Porn Laws Exist, Let’s Enforce Them
By Charlie Butts   |   07.20.15
Steps are being taken to deal with the ramifications of pornography, and part of the measure has to do with the government and its attitude towards the problem. Last week the National Center on Sexual Exploitation held a symposium in...
‘Gay Marriage’ Rooted in Fraud
By Matt Barber   |   04.21.15
The very notion of “gay marriage” is an artificial construct. It’s the aberrant byproduct of the sexual revolution, which, itself, was largely instigated by bug doctor turned “sexologist,” Alfred Kinsey. Though married to a woman who took part in his...
Library Internet Filter Bill
By David E. Smith   |   03.05.15
State Representative Peter Breen (R-Lombard) recently introduced HB 2689, also known as the Internet Screening in Public Libraries Act. This common sense legislation would help protect children and families from obscene and illegal material on the Internet and prevent public...
Fifty Shades of Shame — The Evolution of Pornography
By Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.   |   02.18.15
The release of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie is a more important and lamentable event than many Christians may realize. What the movie represents is nothing less than the evolution of pornography in an age increasingly distant from a...
Dirty Dozen List of Top Sexual Exploiters Announced
Annual list includes Fifty Shades of Grey, Department of Justice and Backpage.com.
Campaign to Filter Porn from Wi-Fi Networks Gains Headway
By Charlie Butts   |   01.28.15
A campaign to convince Starbucks and McDonald's to filter pornography out of their Wi-Fi systems is gaining momentum.
Research Confirms Pornography Harms
A paper published last month in the scientific journal Archives of Sexual Behavior adds significant data to the growing body of research on pornography. The paper, titled “Pornography and the Male Sexual Script: An Analysis of Consumption and Sexual Relations” is based on a survey of 487 American college men aged 18-29.
Stop Trafficking Online, Amend the Law
It is easier than ever before to buy and sell women and children for sex thanks to the Internet. Pimps have realized that they can remain anonymous, make lots more money and offer more extreme and deviant sexual behaviors if...
IL Attorney General Launches Investigation on Library for Illegal Censorship
The Illinois Attorney General has launched investigations of the Orland Park Public Library, Orland Park, IL, for its censorship of–yours truly. That's right, me.
Boys, Porn and Education
The headmaster of the all-boys boarding school I attended when I was a teenager was always wary of admitting students to the academy that had been exposed to pornography. Among his reasons for this was that boys who had carnal knowledge—even on the level that pornography affords—very often found it an impediment in the process of their education.
Is Your Library XXX…Like Orland Park?
Child porn and other illegal content is unfiltered and access is paid for by taxpayers at the Orland Park library.  Can a Homeschooling, Pregnant Mother 
& Her Colleague Stop it? Orland Park Public Library Director Mary Weimar, Spokesperson Bridget Bittman,...
Miley Cyrus and the Moral Gag Reflex
By John Stonestreet   |   07.28.14
Looking at culture, it’s tempting to give up in despair. As the dad of little girls, for example, when I see the relentless objectification of women by celebrities such as Miley Cyrus, I’m tempted to think that any attempt in what William Wilberforce called a “reformation of manners” is futile. It seems that instead, in the words of Daniel Patrick Moynihan, we have to “define deviance down.”
Porn Addiction Looks Similar to Drug Addiction
Researchers at the University of Cambridge’s department of psychiatry discovered that watching pornography triggers brain activity similar to what drug addicts experience when they’re shown drugs.


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