The pornographers did a kind of stealth attack on our culture, hijacking our sexuality and then selling it back to us, often in forms that look very little like sex but a lot like cruelty. The only solution to this is a movement that is fierce in its critique of sexual exploitation and steadfast in its determination to fight for what is rightfully ours.― Gail Dines
Source: Porn Hub. Yes, they collect all this data. All the better to exploit you with, my pretty.
Resources, reading, and news
- eChildhood.org. eChildhood is an Australian registered health promotion charity dedicated to mobilising responses that reduce the harmful effects of pornography on children and young people.
- Online pornography at the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, via their iParent portal.
- Talking to your 8-12 year old about pornography.
- What kids aren’t telling parents about porn on social media. By Gail Dines, anti-porn campaigner. Her stuff is always excellent.
- How can I protect my children from online pornography? Interview with Dr Justin Coulson.
- Sexual violence and non-consensual sex rising due to porn, finds survey
- Tumblr to ban all adult content
- Starbucks will block pornography on its free Wi-Fi in all U.S. stores in 2019
- WhatsApp has a child pornography problem
- Fake-porn videos are being weaponized to harass and humiliate women: ‘Everybody is a potential target’