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Leaving Blokesworld: Why You Can't Have Your Porn and #MeToo

For #MeToo to truly be a reckoning for male sexual entitlement and cultural norms of sexual harassment, abuse and assault, we need to talk about...

Parents Vs The Porn Industry Isn't A Fair Fight

In the end, the porn industry is concerned with profits, not our kids pic: Scythers via Getty Images A French pornography performer has taken to...

Win - Seek.com removes ad recruiting for porn shoots

We were recently contacted by one of our supporters, author and freelance writer Jas Rawlinson, who had concerns about content she had come across online....

Culture Reframed launches program to help parents talk to their kids about porn

“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...

Violence dressed up as erotica: Fifty Shades of Grey and abuse

This Valentine’s Day, why not ditch the roses and celebrate by watching some sexual violence? That’s a more honest marketing pitch for the Fifty Shades...

Parents need to start talking to their tweens about the risks of porn

Editor’s note: This article includes references to graphic sexual content that may be inappropriate for some readers. Today teenagers are viewing far more pornography than...

Porn site targeting Geelong women and girls for image based abuse

Geelong females are being targeted in a pornographic online forum posting sexual images of women and girls without their consent, reported the Geelong Advertiser this...

"It's the parents' responsibility": Porn industry blames parents for children's exposure to hard core porn

Three teenagers have a conversation about how online pornography has impacted on their lives in a new video from ABC. The seven-minute video explores the...

“That feels like a sexual assault”: Men try to guess if scenarios are porn or #MeToo stories

Trigger warning: sexual abuse. A new video shows men presented with a range of sexual scenarios and having to determine whether they are from pornography...


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