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Donna Rice Hughes of ‘Enough Is Enough’ on Porn, Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), and Healing Our Culture

Episode
5
Host
Wesley J. Smith
Guest
Donna Rice Hughes
Duration
54:12
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Pornography has become a scourge in the United States. Today on Humanize, Wesley J. Smith speaks with internet safety and anti-obscenity activist Donna Rice Hughes.

Donna and Wesley have a mature discussion about one of the great affronts to human dignity, which is pornography. Donna discusses the impact porn has on children—both as victims of child pornographers and as consumers of adult content that they access on the Internet. She describes how pornography is a major cause of social dislocation, leading to divorce, abuse, rape, and a breakdown in healthy sexual relationships. Wesley and Donna discuss how the obscenity industry is a major driver of human trafficking and how “free” online internet sites lure people into viewing ever more dark and violent images.

Donna describes ways to keep children safe from pornography on the Internet, warns against the pornification of popular culture, and offers compassionate advice about how those who are addicted to pornography can escape their bondage. This is a must-hear program about a too little discussed cause of familial breakdown and cultural dysfunction.

Enough Is Enough’s Internet Safety 101 website: https://internetsafety101.org/

Pornography 101 (found on above website – has links to pornography research, stats, and more: Internet Safety 101: Pornography 101

Cycle of Abuse (pornography is a fueling factor into other forms of exploitation): Internet Safety 101: The Cycle of Abuse

EIE’s Petition to US DOJ asking them to investigate and prosecute Pornhub for a trifecta of US violations (17K signors to date): Demand DOJ Prosecute Pornhub & MindGeek for U.S. Law Violations: Child Porn, Trafficking Content AND Obscene Pornography! | CitizenGO