Digital media platform Amaze has launched an at-home sex ed video series on Facebook that teaches children home from school during the coronavirus crisis that watching porn is normal.Read More
A controversial bill requiring every public school in Washington to provide comprehensive sexual education became law Friday.
Now, opponents will begin their effort to try to repeal it.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed Senate Bill 5395 which mandates a curriculum be available for instruction to students in grades six through 12 in the 2021-22 school year and then all grades, including kindergarten, beginning in the 2022-23 school year.Read More
Hundreds of children as young as six have been deemed suspects in sexting offences, a police force has revealed.
The Met Police has warned of the risks of sharing sexual photos and videos of and by under-18s, with reports to police on the rise.
A total of 353 children aged between six and 13 were considered suspects between January 2017 and August 2019.Read More
Online magazine Teen Vogue and multimedia messaging app Snapchat are encouraging their teen audience and users to create porn while they’re at home during the coronavirus quarantine, according to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.
“Like anything worth doing, sexting takes practice,” said a Teen Vogue story published Monday on the Snapchat Discover page, according to The Daily Caller. “Here are 7 things you might not have known about sexting.”Read More
Children may be at increased risk for exploitation because they’re not in school due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned this week.Read More
Korean police have identified dozens of victims, including minors, linked to pay-to-view chat rooms operated on chat app Telegram, which distributed videos of middle school girls performing grotesque sexual acts and self harm. The videos were often posted with the girls’ names and addresses.Read More
More people could fall prey to online sex abuse and trolling as working from home becomes the norm during the coronavirus outbreak, and more video conferencing takes place, women’s rights experts warned on Wednesday.
The world is in “new and uncharted territory” with so many people suddenly working remotely, which gives abusers new ways to target both strangers and acquaintances online, said Heather Barr, co-director of women’s rights at Human Rights Watch.
A group of people in the United States took to social media on Tuesday to express shock at receiving a pornographic video while dialing in to a virtual social event held on Zoom, a California-based video conferencing platform.Read More
Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday suggested the House discuss a report related to child pornography so that ministries concerned could make suitable amendments to existing laws or a new legislation to check the menace.Read More
Website selling ‘real’ rape and child pornography videos shut down after arrest in Netherlands, Justice Department says
U.S. and European authorities have shut down a website selling violent rape and child pornography videos after the arrest of the underground site’s alleged 32-year-old Dutch administrator on obscenity and money laundering charges, federal officials said Thursday.Read More
A House of Representatives committee issued a report on Thursday calling for the e-safety commissioner to develop a roadmap for bringing in mandatory age verification for online pornography sites in the next 12 months.Read More
The report calls for a comprehensive response to protect children from such online threats, including “national legal provisions obliging companies to develop and implement mechanisms to detect, report and block child sexual exploitation material, and enforce proper codes of conduct and minimum standards. Children’s rights should be built into their business models and include a safety-by-design approach.”Read More