Tag: pornography

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Snapchat ‘Cosmo After Dark’ Is Easy Access Porn for Young People

“Remember, there are almost no parental controls in Snapchat,” writes Chris McKenna at Protect Young Eyes – a site devoted to “defending kids from online danger. “There never have been. The Discover section has been a content mess from the beginning, which we’ve told parents about often. Have we forgotten how Snapchat started? As a social platform created by two college students who wanted to sext.”

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Franklin Graham Urges Parents: ‘Let Your Voice Be Heard’ on Sex Ed

Evangelist Franklin Graham gave his support Monday to parents in cities across the United States and abroad who are pulling their children out of public schools to protest what they view as pornographic sex ed provided by taxpayer-funded groups such as Planned Parenthood.

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Why Conservatives Should Celebrate Hugh Hefner

Hugh Hefner, legendary founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy, died Monday at the age of 91. He was an icon in liberal Hollywood, and a self-declared conservative foe. Yet there is much for conservatives to celebrate in his life.

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Teach Schoolkids about Porn, Says Labour MP

Children as young as five should be taught about pornography, a report has said. Classes on relationships, online conduct and the dangers sexual abuse should be “compulsory” for those aged five to seven to help combat grooming, it adds.

Police officers stand on a main road in Jakarta on Aug. 30, 2016, as a new traffic control system is introduced in the capital. Under the system, vehicles with odd-numbered plates are allowed to run on main roads during peak morning and evening hours on odd-numbered dates and those with …

Indonesia: Police Arrest Computer Analyst for Streaming Pornography on Electronic Billboard

Jakarta motorists had an especially interesting commute last week when a Japanese porn film was screened on an electronic billboard for about five minutes until power to the billboard could be cut. The prankster has been identified as a 24-year-old IT analyst named Samudera al Hakam Ralial, according to International Business Times, and he might end up in prison until he is 30.