April 22, 2020

Just the News: Concern grows that kids' exposure to explicit content may spike during coronavirus crisis

As millions of Americans are forced to live under stay-at-home or self-quarantine orders, advocates warn that children may have easy access to hardcore pornography.

Donna Rice Hughes, CEO of the anti-pornography nonprofit Enough is Enough, says that more free time for children typically means more screen time, which translates to families being vulnerable to dangers while their parents are busy working from home or unaware...

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