From the sexual abuse of children and teens to the exploitation of women, almost all forms of sexual indignities are connected to pornography. Porn harms individuals, families, marriages and our society. It stimulates private indignities and desensitizes our culture to all things that are rude, crude and lewd.
The National White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) Week starts on Sunday, October 26. It “brings together … local groups, along with sincerely concerned citizens in a massive effort to educate the public on the harms from pornography …”
Along with local events, advocates have arranged for free media events to be held all week long. From online presentations by survivors of sexual trafficking to ways you can “porn proof” your kids, these webinars and downloadable resources will help you defend dignity and make wise media choices.
Learn more at PornHarms.com.