Out Now: New Pornland Documentary

Pornland: How the Porn Industry Has Hijacked Our Sexuality – the internationally acclaimed Gail Dines documentary [click to see trailer]. An Oct. 2014 film with which Dr. Dines continues to expand her breadth of documentary films including The Price of Pleasure and many others. -- Pornography has moved from the margins of society into the very mainstream of American culture. From ...

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October 25 – London Premiere of Pornland: The Documentary

800 SPC supporters attended our international film premiere in London in the auditorium of the London Institute of Education during FiL2014. Dr. Gail Dines' latest documentary with MEF is called "Pornland: How Porn has Hijacked our Sexuality." The screening was followed by an enthusiastic discussion ...

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The Femicide Census and Men Who Kill Women, by Dr. Ann Olivarius

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An excerpt from a blog by Dr. Ann Olivarius   “31 December 2014 was not only the last day of the year for Sandra Brotherton (60) and Nadine Aburas (28); it was also the last day of their life.  They were two out of the 150 women buried by their loved ones in 2014 having been killed by men.  The names of the women and the details of the deaths are available thanks to one woman’s initiative. Karen Ingala Smith, chief executive of nia, noticed that in the first three days of 2012 eight women had already been reported as murdered.  Smith started tweeting the names of the women and realized she could not turn…

Launching: CULTURE REFRAMED, a Public Health Educational Approach

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Stop Porn Culture is thrilled to debut our state-of-the-art health promotion initiative: Culture Reframed! Pornography is the public health crisis of the digital age. Culture Reframed responds to that crisis by offering online education and support to promote healthy youth development, relationships, and sexuality.  Our research-driven programs teach parents, educators, and health professionals how to recognize and address the role of pornography in sexual violence, Internet addiction, depression, and other problem behaviors.  We empower our participants to influence positive and lasting change in families and communities harmed by the hypersexualized media that marks our digital age. You want to see public health programs to combat the problem? You’ve come to the right place. We are developing…