Guest column: Demand for pornography fuels sex-trafficking industry (Naples Daily News)

By Hysen Sisco

By Barbara Hattemer
June 9, 2014
Naples Daily News

I have just returned from Washington, D.C. where Morality in Media’s new president Pat Trueman and assistant Dawn Hawkins gathered anti-pornography leaders from all over the country for the first time in 27 years. They have ignited a fire in anti-pornography fighters and have achieved outstanding successes this year.

As the rape rate in the military soared, MIM convinced army and air force bases to stop selling pornography, convinced Google to drop all pornography apps, and the Federal Communications Commission not to lower standards on television. MIM’s Dirty Dozen List of organizations that promote pornography are asking how they can get off that list.

With these successes behind them, MIM convened the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation. Opening the summit at the National Press Club, they presented pornography as a Public Health Crisis and caught worldwide attention, sparking articles on every continent.

In the 1980’s we had an active chapter in Naples that worked closely with Sheriff Aubrey Rogers and Don Hunter. A Grand Jury declared hardcore pornography unwelcome in Collier County, establishing a high community standard. The next day the shelves of the county’s “adult” bookstores were bare and soon they …read more

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