August 11, 2017

Keeping on Top of your Child's Internet Experience: Your Child's Life Depends on It

Dear Friends,

This past week, I received an email that just broke my heart. A concerned father told me the story a 7-year-old girl in his sphere of influence who had been repeatedly surfing for online pornography for the past 18 months.  My math tells me she was just over 5 years old when this began!

Innocent kids are getting exposed at younger ages to prosecutable pornography that adults couldn’t even get at an XXX bookstore. At Enough Is Enough® (EIE), we work around the clock fighting for your children and for your families with corporate America, law enforcement, the media, Congress and The White House.  In order to keep all of these balls rolling, we must, must have your financial support.

We are doing all we can to share and encourage parents, grandparents and caregivers to implement safety measures, including parental controls on EVERY Internet-enabled device used by the kids in your life. Please don’t let what happened to the little girl above-mentioned happen to a child in your life.  I urge you – do not go another moment without implementing the safety measures that are available here

EIE is 100% donor funded, which mean we count on you! Know that your dollars will help make a lasting impact on protecting the innocence of our children. 

Let's keep up the fight together. Thank you for your support!

President/CEO of Enough Is Enough®


Over 25,000 signatures!

Sign the Petition today! Share it with your friends!

To date, we've received more than 25,000 signatures to our #SayNoToTeenVogue petition campaign to stop the grooming of impressionable tweens and teens with its graphic  "how-to" article promoting sodomy. This is unacceptable and must stop now. Yet, Teen Vogue, and its publication owner Conde Naste, have ignored the public outcry to remove this article, with the exception of a Twitter posting from the magazine's digital editor featuring a photo of him kissing another man and sticking up his middle finger in response to the article's backlash.

If you have not already done so, please sign the online petition.  It only takes seconds to do. In the meantime, stay tuned...we'll keep you posted with their response!

In case you missed it: listen here for my hour-long interview with radio host Eric Metaxas on the Teen Vogue article.

Mark your calendars! On September 23rd in Omaha, Nebraska, join in from wherever you are for the Mom’s March for America! I have the pleasure of joining an amazing lineup of speakers as moms, daughters, and grandmas unite across the nation to promote a message of  hope and decency as we stand for truth, family, freedom and the Constitution. The event will be broadcast live so you can join the march wherever you are!  For more information please visit

Last  week, a host of U.S. senators introduced bipartisan legislation #StopEnablingSexTraffickersAct to ensure justice for victims of sex trafficking, and clarify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to make sure websites such as Backpage, which knowingly facilitate sex trafficking and child prostitution, can be held liable and brought to justice.

EIE has been pressing for years for the amending of Section 230 and included it in theChildren’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge and White House Proposal.   This is something we can all agree on--we can never allow websites to increase their bottom line by selling ads to sell vulnerable women and young girls for sex. Will you stand with us by  contacting your senator's office and let them know that you support this legislation? They need to hear from you because Google’s massive lobbying machine is flooding Congress in an all out effort to stop this legislation. Enough Is Enough®!


Press Releases

Statement from Donna Rice Hughes: Teen Vogue Must Stop Promoting Sexual Activity to Youth (July 20, 2017)


Eric Metaxas Radio: interview with Donna Rice Hughes about Teen Vogue  

Donna Rice Hughes updates Eric on the campaign that zeros in on the incendiary sex article in Teen Vogue. (Aug. 3, 2017) 

CBN.COMInternet Safety Group Says 'Teen Vogue Must Stop Promoting Sexual Activity to Youth' (July 27, 2017) 

The Christian Post: Teen Vogue's Sex Instruction Guide for Girls Is 'Horrific,' Women's Rights Advocates Say (July 11, 2017) 


Parents Beware! Say NO To Teen Vogue’s Explicit Advice to Teens!  (Aug 3, 2017) 

Here’s What You Can Do To #CleanUpComcast (July 11, 2017)