October 28, 2020

What Will it Take to End the Cycle of Abuse of Sexual Exploitation? We Have the Answer & Solution

THE CYCLE OF ABUSE IS SPAWNED BY THE MOST VILE (and illegal!) PORNOGRAPHIC CONTENT.  Read about Current Efforts to Address this Unprecedented Threat to Our Children and Families Below

Pornhub Trafficking Survivor Tells Her Story

EIE Calls on DOJ to Prosecute PornHub on a Trifecta of Crimes

This brave young survivor shared her story at a recent Los Angeles protest in front of Pornhub's offices. She was one of the 100 women who were coerced and defrauded into filming pornography for the Pornhub channel, GirlsDoPorn, a proven sex trafficking scheme. 

EIE continues to work behind the scenes with the White House and DOJ to prosecute obscene pornography, beginning with Pornhub, for a "trifecta of violations including sex trafficking, child sex abuse images and obscenity, as each fuels the other. Its a win-win!" 

- EIE President Donna Rice Hughes 

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Netflix subscription cancellations skyrocket after ‘Cuties’ backlash

The New York Post reported (Oct. 24): "'Cuties' turned out to be ugly for Netflix. The streaming service has watched subscription cancellations skyrocket by 800% after the French coming-of-age film triggered a boycott in early September, analyses show. Within two days of the movie’s premiere, #CancelNetflix became the top trending topic on Twitter...") (Read full article here). 

Enough Is Enough® launched a petition to ban "Cuties" from Netflix and called on DOJ to investigate the film for child pornography violations. Nearly 18,500 have signed our petition, and we have sent letters to both Netflix and DOJ to move on our requests.

Sign EIE's Petition to DOJ and Netflix Here

Federal Communications Commission Chair Releases Statement on need to Reform Section 230 of the Communications Dececncy Act

"Social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech. But they do not have a First Amendment right to special immunity denied to other media outlets, such as newspapers and broadcasters," said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. 

EIE applauds the chairman's intention to move forward on a rulemaking to clarify the meaning of #CDA230, which was part of EIE's Children's Internet Safety Presidential Pledge signed by Donald J. Trump.

Read the Statement of Chairman Pai on Section 230 Here.


This week kicked off White Ribbon Against Pornography Week, an opportunity for to wear (or share on social media) white ribbons to inform the public and public officials about the harms of pornography, and the need to enforce obscenity and related laws.

Click Here to Learn about the Harms of Pornography

Website to Combat Human Trafficking Announced by Secretary Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo convened the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (PITF) on 10/19 for their annual meeting, which included the announcement of a first-ever centralized website with the Federal government’s resources to combat human trafficking, as directed in the President’s Executive Order on Combating Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation.

View the Federal Response to Human Trafficking website 

EIE Applauds National Safety Pledge by White House and NCMEC

EIE applauds the White House and the National Center for Missing and Exploiting Children (NCMEC) for its collaborative efforts to safeguard children online with the release of a “national safety pledge,” especially at the height of the COVID pandemic where children are more vulnerable to online exploitation.

"“It is humbling to see the this administration and NCMEC adopt the teaching cornerstones and safety pledges of EIE’s first-of-a kind parent-focused Internet Safety 101SM program launched in 2009 in partnership with the Department of Justice,” said Donna Rice Hughes, EIE President. 

Read Full Statement Here

Friends, the scourge of pornography is fueling sexual exploitation including sex trafficking and child sex abuse material, all of which have skyrocketed during the Covid-19 lockdown. 

The news of the day reinforces what Enough Is Enough® has been saying for the past two decades: DOJ MUST prosecute obscene content on the internet and stop its devastating harms to children, adults and the culture. The laws are already in place and must be enforced.

Will you help us fight for our children's safety and dignity? EIE is 100% donor funded, and it is because of your support we are able to bring these issues from Mainstreet U.S.A. to the White House. Please, consider a financial gift today and help us put an end to this vicious cycle of abuse.

Our Deepest Gratitude,

Donna Rice Hughes and the Team at Enough Is Enough®