July 9, 2020

Huge Strides to Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation Online Despite COVID

Key Efforts to Combat Sexual Exploitation Remain Unstoppable Despite Pandemic

EIE President Donna Rice Hughes to Present at July Global Summit to Combat Sexual Exploitation

On July 22, Enough Is Enough® President Donna Rice Hughes will present: Pioneering A Movement, Creating Culture Changing Campaigns & Leveraging the Media: Proven Strategies at the Coalition to End Exploitation Online Global Summit. (Presentation made available starting at 8 a.m. ET).

Donna will join other top experts presenting on the issues and efforts to combat sexual exploitation throughout the July 18-28 event. Learn from 100 presenters from 25+ countries. Registration is FREE, however, if you would like Lifetime Access to all event content, purchase the Lifetime All-Access pass using this link and a portion of your fee will help support the critical efforts of Enough Is Enough®!

Racism in Pornography

Dr. Carolyn M. West, Ph.D., an expert in domestic violence and sexual assault, recently contributed several guest pieces for our allies at Fight The New Drug on extreme sexualized racism in pornography. 

Dr. West's eye-opening blog contributions convey how porn shapes and reflects racism in our society. Article links are available below:

Why Racist Pornography is a Form of Sexual Violence (7/2/20)

Racism in Pornography: Why I care and you should too (6/30/20)

“Who’s Your Daddy?” Exploring the Images of Black Men in Pornography


Dr. West is also the writer/producer of the documentary: Let Me Tell Ya’ll ‘Bout Black Chicks: Images of Black Women in Pornography. To view the documentary, trailer,Click Here

Traffickinghub Video Exposes PornHub

The Traffickinghub campaign has released a 2-minute video capturing the dark secrets of the world's largest porn site. 

?Already viewed by millions, this animated video gives the masses the truth about Pornhub and its parent company, Mindgeek.

Pornhub Exposed as #Traffickinghub

In April of 2019, the NCMEC received roughly 1 million reports of children being abused online. Last month, it saw more than 4.1 million come in via its CyberTipline, ?according to data provided to CNN.

Senate Judiciary Committee Unanimously Passes EARN IT Act

On July 2nd, the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously voted (22-0) to pass the bi-partisan EARN It Act to hold Big Tech Companies Accountable when they knowingly allow child sex abuse images on their online platforms. EIE worked with the offices of bill co-sponsors, Senator Blumenthal (D-CT) and Senator Graham (R-SC), to support the "manager's version" of the bill. The legislation will now go before the full Senate.

To learn more, click here.

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