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Salt Lake Tribune: Holly Richardson: ‘Fifty Shades‘ in a #MeToo world

The #MeToo movement has brought much-needed attention to a pervasive problem — sexual harassment and abuse. Recent photos of Colbie Holderness’ black eye, the resignation of two White House officials accused of abuse and a string of stories of women dying at the hands of their partners have brought attention to the scourge of domestic […]

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Fifty Shades of Grey Is Abuse

Washington Post: ‘We lost five women’: Porn industry reckons with assault allegations and a string of deaths

At the “Oscars of porn” last month, performers showed up looking so nude they could have been arrested. The display is a tolerated tradition that goes back decades. But this year a few things were different at the AVN Awards, held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. Ron Jeremy, one of the […]

One News Now: The way to wipe out porn exists – but the will doesn’t

In order for the #MeToo movement to achieve lasting change in culture, experts say the rotten core that’s shaping how men and women interact has to be eliminated – and that means getting rid of pornography. Emily Morales, 18, trusted disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar – not just to heal her injuries, but to […]

World Magazine: Advertising exploitation

A New York moment: The advertisements for the semi-pornographic Fifty Shades Freed are everywhere in New York: on taxis, on billboards in Times Square, at bus station stops, in subways. Thankfully, this is the final film of the trilogy, so our eyes will get a break soon. I can happily say I don’t know much about the […]

Deseret News: This group calls Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue a ‘slap in the face’ to the #MeToo movement

SALT LAKE CITY — The National Center on Sexual Exploitationcondemned the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, which was released on Tuesday, saying it negatively impacts the #MeToo movement. The annual magazine issue portrays athletes in scantily clad pieces of swimwear, and this year’s edition, which features a topless photo of Danielle Herrington, also embraced the #MeToo movement with […]

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NY Daily News: Sports Illustrated slammed for attempt to frame swimsuit issue as empowering to women

Sports Illustrated’s newly released Swimsuit Edition has no place riding the wave of the #MeToo movement, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation said Tuesday. The group is calling on people to boycott the annual issue and demand that Target and Walgreens remove it from their aisles. According to the group, the issue contributes to a […]

The Global Dispatch: Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation to Walgreens, Target: Remove the ‘dehumanizing’ SI Swimsuit issue

The new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is making headlines with their “#MeToo” theme, despite having the models pose nude, and the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation is calling on retailers to act: pull the magazines off the racks. This is a topic on the new Brandon Jones Show HERE, check out the clip below. From the statement […]

CBN: ‘Dirty Dozen’ List Sheds Light on Sexualized Corporate Culture

In a recent report the National Center on Sexual Exploitation unveiled its annual list of what it deems are purveyors of filth. This year’s list includes online giant Amazon, cable supplier Comcast as well as education provider EBSCO. According to the NCOSE report “these companies masquerade as respectable family friendly entities” while violating basic decency by flooding society with products which promote […]

Baptist Press: #MeToo ‘poster boys’ on 2018 sex exploitation list

WASHINGTON (BP) — Four of Hollywood’s leading men accused of various forms of sexual abuse are targeted in an advocacy group’s 2018 Dirty Dozen list of major contributors to sexual exploitation. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) dubbed Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Woody Allen and James Franco “the poster boys of #MeToo” and, in […]

Rolling Stone: Morality in Media Group Calls Out Steam For Sexual Exploitation Through Games

Steam, Valve’s online video game community and store, is listed as one of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s “Dirty Dozen” porn facilitators for its sale of what the group, formerly known as Morality in the Media, describes as  “pornographic and sexually exploitive videogames” In a letter to Valve founder Gabe Newell, the group is asking […]

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