Campaign against pornography

Campaigns from various groups in the UK against online porn and children's access to such. Background for calls to mandate implementation of adult content filters by ISPs. The Claire Perry report was sponsored by Christian charity Safermedia and radio broadcaster Premier Christian Media who together also, in February , launched Safety Net - a campaign specifically [11] calling for the deployment of network-level filtering as offered by TalkTalk since May The campaign later claimed its first achievement [12] in the form of TalkTalk's existing offering. Following the Claire Perry report, the Daily Mail began a campaign Block Online Porn against broadband ISPs and wifi providers [13] for not blocking online porn at the network level, and ministers for not pushing forward legislation requiring them to do so. Mail columnist Melanie Phillips accused the main UK ISPs other than TalkTalk of being "nothing less than online pornographers" who "are in effect making themselves complicit in child sexual abuse".
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Women Against Pornography

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Enough Is Enough: EIE Campaigns

The National White Ribbon Against Pornography WRAP Week brings together hundreds of national, state and local groups, along with driven concerned citizens in a massive effort to educate the public on the harms from pornography and the many resources available to aid those affected. Purchase related brochures and books through our online shop here. It was just one woman in Pennsylvania with an idea and now, over three decades later, thousands are still participating. Norma Norris heard a sermon against pornography delivered by the pastor of her Catholic parish. Norma thought the plan had to be simple, inexpensive, and something to catch the imagination.
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How did White Ribbon Against Pornography start?

The sexual objectification of women has liberal feminists and conservative anti-porn crusaders talking about the same issues — but are they fighting the same fight? The anti-pornography movement has always been an unusual coalition of religious conservatives and radical feminists, dating back to Andrea Dworkin, the feminist icon who wrote Pornography: Men Possessing Women. But in the Trump era, defined by pussy hats and pussy-grabbing, the Dworkin-meet-Mike-Pence alliance is a whole new level of weird. With both feminism and the Christian right in the ascendent thanks to the divisive Trump White House, the anti-porn movement has gotten a new jolt of energy.
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Women Against Pornography WAP was a radical feminist activist group based out of New York City that had an influential force in the anti-pornography movement of the late s and the s. WAP was the most well known feminist anti-pornography group out of many that were active throughout the United States and the anglophone world, primarily from the late s through the early s. After previous failed attempts to start a broad feminist anti-pornography group in New York City, WAP was finally established in WAP quickly drew widespread support for its anti-pornography campaign, and in late held a March on Times Square that included over supporters. Through their march as well as other means of activism, WAP was able to bring in unexpected financial support from the Mayor's office, theater owners, and other parties with an interest in the gentrification of Times Square.
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