UNICEF Says Restricting Children’s Porn Access Infringes Human Rights.

A recent report from the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says that any attempts to block children from accessing online pornography could qualify as an infringement of human rights. A 2020 EU Kids Online Study claimed to have gathered data from 19 European Union (EU) countries proving that most children in most of the countries were “neither upset nor happy” after viewing pornographic images. The study even claimed that 39 percent of children in Spain were “happy” after exposure to pornography. The study concluded there may be a number of reasons why children would “intentionally seek out sexual content,” and that

SCHILLING: If DOJ Needs More Powerful Porn Laws, Congress Should Pass Them

Pornography has been a hot topic in the news recently, and not just because of coronavirus. Over the past several months, there has been a growing chorus of leaders calling for an increasingly out-of-control porn industry to finally be held accountable. And as more evidence comes in, it could not be clearer that porn use is indeed out of control. The statistics are alarming. Pornography is now more available and popular than ever in history, thanks in large part to the internet. In 2018, the world’s largest porn site registered an average of 92 million visits per day and 5.5 billion

Anti PornHub Petition Nears 600,000 Sigs Following Rape/Assault Scandal

PornHub, one of the most visited pornographic websites in the world, has come under fire for video content involving sexual abuse. The outrage follows a recent surge in films depicting trafficking, rape, and under-age sex.  A petition demanding the removal of such content now has over 550,000 signatures, and accuses PornHub of both encouraging and monetizing abusive behavior. According to anti-trafficking activist Laila Mickelwait, “teen” is one of the most search categories on PornHub’s site, calling into question the legality of the site’s films. In an opinion piece for the Washington Examiner, Mickelwait writes: “…a quick search for the word