Past Newswire Headlines


DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN REVOLT AGAINST EU GENDER AGENDA IN NEW TRADE AGREEMENT. A new 20-year agreement between the European Union and 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries is embroiled in controversy as developing world leaders worry the EU is attempting to impose controversial sexual rights. Read more here.


IRELAND: SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF GIRLS IN CARE NOW AN ‘EMERGENCY’ SAYS CAROL NOLAN. Deputy Carol Nolan, a member of the Irish Parliament, said a report on the sexual exploitation of children in state care outlined in horrifying detail the predatory behavior used to force young girls into sexual activity. Read more here.


EXPANSIONS TO HUNGARY’S FAMILY SUPPORT SYSTEM ANNOUNCED IN BUDAPEST. The Cultural and Innovation Ministry’s State Secretary Responsible for Families revealed that the Hungarian family support system is soon to have another crucial pillar added, expanding to encompass physical, mental and spiritual health care as well. Read more here.


INDIANA BANNED PUBLIC FUNDING OF KINSEY INSTITUTE – IU CONSIDERS A WAY AROUND THE BAN. Trustees for Indiana University recently voted to table discussion on creating a legal separation between itself and the Kinsey Institute sex research think tank, after state law prohibited IU from using taxpayer dollars to support the Kinsey Institute for having allegedly engaged in sexual perversion. Read more here.


GLOBAL OUTCRY OVER VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. The streets of the world’s most important cities were filled with demonstrations on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the most widespread human rights violation that, according to the United Nations, affects one in three women. Read more here.


NIGERIA NOT PRESENT AT EU-ACP SAMOA AGREEMENT SIGNING. A spokesperson for Nigeria said “Relevant Nigerian stakeholders are studying the instrument with a view to ensuring that its provisions do not contravene Nigeria’s domestic legislation…” The binding treaty between the European Union and 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific states is highly controversial. Read more here.


FRENCH COMMISSION CALLS FOR END OF STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON CHILD SEX ABUSE. France’s statute of limitations for sexual crimes against children is 30 years from the time the victim legally becomes an adult at age 18, but the commission now says that removing the time limit is necessary because it can take decades for victims to be able to speak out. Read more here.


U.S. GEN Z IS COMFORTABLE WITH MULTIPLE SEX PARTNERS, STUDY FINDS 57% ‘WILLING TO CONSIDER’ NON-MONOGAMY. Gen Z appears to be more comfortable with the concept of non-monogamy than previous generations, according to Ashley Madison, a controversial online service for people looking to cheat on their spouse. Read more here.


SOUTH CAROLINA EDUCATION BOARD DECIDING WHETHER TO LIMIT BOOKS AND OTHER ‘AGE-APPROPRIATE’ MAERIALS. The State Board of Education is considering a universal definition of “age appropriate” educational materials in South Carolina schools and libraries that would bar descriptions or visual depictions of what it deems sexual conduct and items that are “obscene” or “indecent.” Read more here.


THE DECLINE OF THE HUNGARIAN POPULATION IN THE CARPATHIAN BASIN CAN BE STOPPED, PRESIDENT STRESSES. President Katalin Novák noted that in the last 30 years, the population of Hungary has decreased by more than 700,000, but she is confident the trend can be reversed. Read more here.


CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES LEVELED AGAINST FORMER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF LEFT-LEANING NEWS SITE. Slade Sohmer, the former editor-in-chief of the website The Recount, was charged in Massachusetts with possessing and disseminating “hundreds of child pornography images and videos.” Read more here.


TRANSATLANTIC SUMMIT: LIFE, FAMILY AND LIBERTIES. More than a hundred pro-life and pro-family politicians from three continents will gather in New York to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights next week. Read more here.


EUROPEAN LAWMAKERS TRY TO BALANCE PROTECTION AND PRIVACY WITH LAW ON EXPLICIT IMAGES OF CHILDREN. Seeking to strike the right balance between protecting children and protecting privacy rights, European Union lawmakers adopted a series of amendments to a draft law that is intended to keep sexually explicit photos and videos of minors from circulating online. Read more here.


KENOSHA, WISCONSIN MASS RESISTANCE CHAPTER GETS PORNOGRAPHIC BOOKS REMOVED FROM SCHOOL LIBRARY. Members of the Kenosha, Wis., Mass Resistance organization persuaded local school board members to remove several inappropriate books from the public school library. Read more here.


GERMAN PARLIAMENT ACCEPTS CONSTITUTIONAL ‘CHILDREN’S RIGHTS’ PETITION FROM PRO-PEDOPHILE ACTIVIST GROUP. The German Bundestag has accepted a petition outlining children’s rights drafted by men involved in the pro-pedophilia activist organization Krumme-13, a lobbying group which advocates for lowering the age of consent and legalizing child pornography. Read more here.


ENTIRE LOUDON CO. SCHOOL BOARD REPLACED IN ELECTIONS. Loudoun County, Virginia’s school board will be replaced in January following years of political dramatics and scandals in the school district, after voters ousted the only two incumbents who ran for reelection. Read more here.


MOTHER FEARS THAT QUEENSLAND MAN MAY HAVE FATHERED 1,000 CHILDREN. A lesbian mother in Queensland, Australia discovered that the anonymous sperm donor who is the biological father of her five children was a “super donor” who could have sired as many as 1,000 children, raising the risk that a son or daughter could potentially become romantically involved with a half-sibling. Read more here.


NEWBORN SYPHILIS CASES HAVE REACHED’ DIRE LEVELS,’ CDC SAYS. Newborn syphilis cases, which can be fatal, have risen more than tenfold in the last decade and almost 32 percent in a single year, according to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read more here.


INDIANA UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES WILL VOTE TO SEPARATE FROM KINSEY INSTITUTE. The board will hear a proposal that would allow the university to spin off the Kinsey Institute into a nonprofit. The institute was founded by sexologist Alfred Kinsey who was known for performing horrific experiments on children. Read more here.


MILLENNIALS AREN’T HAVING CHILDREN AND IT’S NOT CLEAR WHY. The U.S. birthrate has hit an all-time low, and indications are that more and more millennials are not having children at all. Read more here.


LIBRARIES AND COUNTIES CUT TIES WITH AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION AFTER ‘MARXIST’ LESBIAN’S ELECTION. At least eight government entities have cut ties with the American Library Association since its new Marxist lesbian president, Emily Drabinski, took over. Read more here.


KIRK CAMERON HELPS LAUNCH NATIONWIDE SCHOOL PROGRAM TO PROVIDE CHILDREN’S BOOKS WITHOUT PORNOGRAPHY. Author and actor Kirk Cameron is helping to launch an ambitious new project to give parents and schools a “healthy, wholesome” alternative to book fairs flooded with what he and other parents feel is “pornography.” Read more here.


OKLAHOMA DECLARES NOVEMBER ‘FAMILY MONTH’: FOUNDATIONAL INSTITUTION OF SOCIETY. Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has issued a proclamation making November Family Month as part of an effort to recognize “the foundational institution of society, ordained by God.” Read more here.


AMERICAN IVF DOCTORS ADOPT ‘INCLUSIVE’ DEFINITION OF FERTILITY. The World Health Organization claims that same-sex couples, single men or women, and couples seeking surrogate mothers are all deemed to be infertile and all are deserving of equal access to “reproductive medicine.” Read more here.


ITALY JOINS HUNGARY AS EUROPEAN LEADER IN PRO-LIFE, PRO-FAMILY POLICIES. Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s government approved a new budget setting aside funds to support mothers and families in an effort to boost the national birthrate. Read more here.


PEDOPHILES DEBATE ‘BENEFITS’ OF PUBERTY-HALTING DRUGS ON ‘BOY LOVE’ FORUM. BoyChat, which has been in operation since 1995, was founded by a self-described “boy lover” and operates as a network for men to connect and discuss their pedophilic interest in boys as well as strategies for promoting the normalization of pedophilia. Read more here.


IOWA GOV. REBUTS ‘BOOK BAN’ CLAIM: ‘NASTY, PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIALS SHOULD NEVER BE IN A CLASSROOM.’ Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is strongly pushing back against media claims of book banning, but Senate File 496 actually prohibits books containing written and visual depictions of sex acts from appearing in school libraries. Read more here.


UK ADOPTS LAW FORCING BIG TECH TO REIN IN CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AND DEEPFAKES. The UK’s Online Safety Bill has become law, requiring tech companies to meet new obligations involving how they design, operate and moderate content and access to pornography. Read more here.


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUNG PEOPLE GROW UP WITH PORN? A report published by the French Senate shows that 80 percent of minors under 18 have seen pornographic images, and porn has the potential to leave lasting negative marks on the lives of those who watch it. Read more here.


UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HOSTED TWO DRAG QUEEN PERFORMANCES. The state’s flagship educational institution used public funds collected from student fees to pay two drag queen performers, Kornbread and Yvie Oddly, who appeared in the annual “Crimson & Queens” drag show. Read more here.


BIDEN ADMIN WANTS EXPLICIT BOOKS TO STAY IN SCHOOL LIBRARIES. What’s been labeled an epidemic of “book banning” is actually an epidemic of sexually explicit materials getting into American school libraries, witnesses at a U.S. House of Representatives hearing said. Read more here.


RESTRICTIONS ON PORNOGRAPHY ARE PROGRESSING IN FRANCE. Two child protection associations demanding the blocking of pornographic websites that do not require age verification of their users have gained a favorable ruling in the Court of Cassation. Read more here.


X FINED BY AUSTRALIAN SAFETY WATCHDOG FOR LACK OF TRANSPARENCY OVER TACKLING CHILD ABUSE CONTENT. Australia’s eSafety Commission, whcih describes itself as the world’s first government agency dedicated to keeping people safe online, fined X — the social media platform formerly known as Twitter — for failing to fully explain how it tackled child sexual exploitation content. Read more here.


PROFESSOR ENCOURAGES ‘MASS MOVEMENT’ FOR KIDS’ RIGHT TO SEX WORK. Jules Gill-Peterson, a male associate professor at Johns Hopkins University and a scholar of “transgender history” who identifies as female, appeared to advise a self-described sex work activist to create a “mass movement” to promote the idea of children in the sex industry. Read more here.


‘OPEN SEX MARKETS 24 HOURS A DAY’: IN WAKE OF DEM-BACKED LAW, PROSTITUTION SPREADS IN CALIFORNIA. Californians are complaining about barely clothed prostitutes roaming the streets in broad daylight since an ACLU-backed state Senate bill decriminalized “loitering with intent to commit prostitution.” Read more here.


MEMBERS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: PROSTITUTION SHOULD NOT BE LEGAL. European Union lawmakers adopted a report that urges member states to reduce the demand for prostitution, but to decriminalize prostitutes themselves. Read more here.


HOLY SEE TO UN: PROTECTING CHILDRENS’ RIGHTS IMPLIES PROMOTING WELL-BEING OF FAMILIES. Addressing the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly on the topic of the promotion and protection of the rights of children, Monsignor Robert Murphy said a society that promotes the protection of the child promotes the well-being of the family, which is “the natural and fundamental group unit of society.” Read more here.


KENYA’S CABINET ADOPTS NATIONAL POLICY ON PROMOTION OF FAMILY VALUES. Seeking to empower families to participate in the socio-economic development of the country, Kenya’s government has approved the National Policy on Family Promotion and Protection that aims to promote inter-generational transfer of societal knowledge, norms and taboos. Read more here.


LEADER OF 5TH-LARGEST SCHOOL DISTRICT IN U.S. SIGNS PLEDGE FROM GROUP DEMONIZING MOMS FOR LIBERTY. Jesus Jara, superintendent for Clark County School District in Nevada, signed the left-leaning group Defense of Democracy’s pledge to put “education professionals” ahead of parents when it comes to class materials. Read more here.


ALA PUSHED ‘BANNED BOOKS’ DISPLAYS OFFERING SEXUAL MATERIAL TO STUDENTS. The American Library Association is encouraging public schools to intentionally entice students toward books with pornographic material as part of “banned books” displays. Read more here.


MISSISSIPPPI UNVEILS MAMA WEBSITE TO HELP MOTHERS AND FAMILIES: ‘YOU ARE NOT ALONE.’ Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch introduced the launch of a new website that will help connect pregnant women and families to resources available to them within the state – through the Mississippi Access to Maternal Assistance (MAMA) website. Read more here.


EXPERTS WARN ABOUT SEVERE DEMOGRAPHIC CRISIS IN SPAIN. Maria Menedez de Zubillaga, president of the Association of Large Families of Madrid, complained about Spain’s lack of commitment to battle the nation’s severe demographic crisis. Read more here.


FRENCH MOVE CHILDREN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PRIORITY LIST. The birth rate in France has declined since 2011, reaching its lowest level this year, and the fertility rate is also falling across the country. Read more here.


UK: ACTIVIST MAYOR RESIGNS AFTER PHOTOS SURFACE SHOWING HIM SOCIALIZING WITH PEDOPHILE EX-COUNCILOR. The mayor of Hackney, London, was suspended by the Labour Party and subsequently resigned following the emergence of photos showing him socializing with a pedophile ex-town councilor, Philip Glanville, a strong proponent of gender ideology policies. Read more here.


ITALIAN MPS WANT STATE MEDIA TO PROMOTE TRADITIONAL FAMILY. A proposal to promote the natural family is being pushed by multiple Forza Italia MPs in changes to Radiotelevisione Italiana’s code of governance, with additional amendments to strengthen the “motherhood” of women. Read more here.


40,000+ CANADIANS SIGN PETITION SUPPORTING SASKATCHEWAN’S DEFENSE OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Rebel News reporter Sheila Gunn Reid delivered a “Stop Classroom Grooming” petition signed by over 40,000 Canadians to Saskatchewan Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill to acknowledge the province’s work in combating LGBT propaganda in the classroom. Read more here.


JUDGE RULES TEXAS LAW SHIELDING MINORS FROM ‘SEXUALLY ORIENTED’ PERFORMANCES VIOLATES FIRST AMENDMENT. Judge David Hittner of the Southern District of Texas ruled a new state law violates the First Amendment and chills free speech. Read more here.


UN OFFICIAL CALLS FOR SILENCING OF SOCIAL CONSERVATIVES. The UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression has released a report recommending governments and social media companies silence those who express traditional views of marriage, abortion, sexuality and gender identity. Read more here.


UN BUREAUCRATS PICK FIGHT WITH EU PARLIAMENT ON PROSTITUTION. The UN human rights office called for the “full decriminalization of sex work” just days after the European Parliament surprised the sexual left with a scathing resolution against prostitution. Read more here.


DESIRE FOR LARGE FAMILIES HITS 50-YEAR HIGH IN AMERICA: GALLUP. A growing number of people in America prefer families of three or more children, hitting the highest desire for large families since 1971. Read more here.


BIDEN HEALTH DEPT MOVES TO ERASE ‘FATHER’ AND ‘MOTHER’ FROM CHILDCARE LAW. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is proposing a policy that would eliminate the words “mother,” “father,” “paternity,” “his” and “her” from childcare-related laws. Read more here.


PRO-PROSTITUTION PICTURE BOOK OFFERED TO CHILDREN BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN GERMANY. The city of Berlin has prompted outrage from residents after offering a graphic e-book, titled “Rosie Needs Money,” promoting prostitution to children ages 6-12, via its official website. Read more here.


EDUCATION SECRETARY SAYS HE DOESN’T ‘RESPECT’ PARENTS THINKING ‘THEY KNOW WHAT’S RIGHT FOR KIDS.’ Parents are increasingly expressing concerns regarding their children’s education and attending school board meetings to voice their opinions, but U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona spoke out against parents “misbehaving in public and then acting as if they know what’s right for kids.” Read more here.


HANDS-ON FATHERING PRODUCES LONG-TERM BENEFITS, SAYS STUDY. A father’s active involvement in his children’s lives underpins their later ability to self-regulate and problem-solve, according to a vast new study, led by Tsuguhiko Kato and published in the journal Pediatric Research. Read more here.


SOROS-BACKED ORGANIZATION ENLISTS HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES TO ADVOCATE FOR SEXUALLY INAPPROPRIATE MATERIAL IN SCHOOLS. An organization backed by billionaire George Soros, has recruited Hollywood celebrities to make the case for keeping inappropriate books for children on library shelves. Read more here.


POLICE SCOTLAND SET UP NEW UNIT TO TACKLE ‘HATE CRIMES’ SUCH AS MISGENDERING AND DENYING MEN ACCESS TO LADIES’ TOILETS. Police Scotland is setting up a dedicated hate crime unit in preparation for the Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act being implemented in early 2024. The legislation extends protection for vulnerable groups with a new offence of “stirring up hatred.” Read more here.


BELGIANS PROTEST AGAINST SEXUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. The introduction of mandatory sex education lessons for young students in schools has been met by protests by Islamic, Catholic and non-religious groups who claim the curriculum pushes “a sexuality that is incompatible with their personal development.” Read more here.


‘HITOPS’ NONPROFIT SNEAKS SEXUAL AND LGBTQ+ CURRICULUM INTO SCHOOLS, ADMITS GOAL TO STRIP PARENTS OF OPT-OUT RIGHTS. During conversations with an undercover Project Veritas journalist, employees of HiTOPS, a youth-focused LGBTQ+ and sexual education nonprofit, revealed covert tactics to introduce sexually oriented curriculum into schools through backdoor channels without parental consent. Read more here.


BUDAPEST DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMIT KICKS OFF WITH PRESIDENT NOVÁK, JORDAN B. PETERSON AND PM MERLONI. During the biannual Demographic Summit in Budapest, Hungary’s President Katalin Novák presented “the 12 points of the freedom fight of families,” and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni stated that family matters and increasing low birth rates lie at the heart of the program of her government. Read more here.


NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNIST ADMITS ‘BREAKDOWN OF THE FAMILY’ IS LIBERALS’ MAJOR ‘BLIND SPOT.’ The New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof admitted in a column that some people on the left have ignored how the breakdown of the family has greatly contributed to the wealth inequality and child poverty they fight to fix. Read more here.


STUDY FINDS MANY COLLEGES ‘FAILING’ PREGNANT AND PARENTING STUDENTS. “Most college campuses aren’t getting a passing grade on support for pregnant and parenting students, according to the Demetree Institute for Pro-Life Advancement’s recent case study finding that the examined schools had only a 50-percent average for life-affirming accommodations, getting a clear ‘F’ in supporting families,” Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins said. Read more here.


WILL UN MEMBER STATES ALLOW ‘TRANSMISSION’ OF CHILD P*RN? While UN member states began negotiating an international convention to combat cybercrime, some Western countries are promoting a new standard for child pornography that may leave children unprotected from sexual exploitation. Read more here.


MOTHER TESTIFIES PARENTS ARE BEING FORCED TO FILE COSTLY PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS TO SEE THEIR CHILD’S CURRICULUM. Parents’ rights activist Nicole Neily testified to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee that school districts are forcing parents to file costly public records requests in order to examine their child’s curriculum. Read more here.


BLOCKED BY GENDER IDEOLOGUES IN SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA LAWMAKER TAKES BATTLE FOR PARENTAL RIGHTS LOCAL. Blocked by united Democratic opposition in Sacramento, California, assemblyman Bill Essayli took his battle to protect parental rights to the local level where he hopes common sense will prevail over partisanship. Read more here.


CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY PASSES CHILD TRAFFICKING BILL, NOW GOES BACK TO SENATE. California has a significant problem with human trafficking, and SB 14, which would classify it as a serious felony, barely made it out of the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Read more here.


VA GOV. PARDONS LOUDOUN COUNTY FATHER OF SEXUALLY ABUSED STUDENT. Virginia’s Gov. Glenn Youngkin pardoned Scott Smith, a parent arrested during a school board meeting, while complaining about his daughter’s rape in the girls’ restroom at school by a boy who identifies as a girl. Read more here.


ATTORNEYS GENERAL FROM ALL 50 STATES UNITE TO COMBAT AI-GENERATED CHILD PORNOGRAPHY. The letter emphasizes challenges posed by AI technologies, particularly open-source image synthesis tools, in creating child sexual abuse material. Read more here.


PARENTS UPSET AS NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS GET ‘SEX PACKETS’ ON MOVE-IN DAY. Students were given a welcome packet that included condoms, lubricant and information on things like group sex and one-night stands. Read more here.


SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFERS BOOKS PROMOTING PORN, GAY SEX APPS. The Kenosha, Wisconsin Unified Public School District library reportedly offers books that feature guides about how to view pornography online and engage in gay intercourse. Read more here.


PORNHUB EMAILS REVEAL HORRIFIC POLICIES ON REVIEWING VIDEOS FLAGGED FOR CRIMINAL CONTENT. Internal emails from internet porn giant Pornhub — and parent company MindGeek — revealed that its executive team discussed the company’s shockingly weak policy on reviewing questionable videos, which was to only review a video if it had more than 15 flags for criminal content. Read more here.


PORN SITE FACES SUIT FROM SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS WHILE COURT HALTS AGE VERIFICATION LAW IN ANOTHER CASE. Pornhub, one of the world’s largest porn monopolies, is facing a class-action lawsuit by victims of sexual abuse whose assaults were featured on the site for the pleasure of viewers. Read more here.


DRAG QUEEN SCHOOL PRINCIPAL UNDER FIRE AFTER PARENTS LEARN OF HIS PAST CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE MATERIAL CHARGE. Parents are threatening to pull their children out of the Western Heights Public School District in Oklahoma after learning the principal was previously charged with the possession of child sexual abuse materials. Read more here.


CONVICTED MURDERER SUES, WANTS STATE TO PAY FOR GENDER ‘TRANSITION’ SURGERY. The man who is serving a 55-year prison term for murdering an infant is arguing that the government should cover “gender affirming” surgical and medical needs. Read more here.


IN JAPAN, A THIRD OF TODAY’S 18-YEAR-OLD WOMEN MAY NOT HAVE CHILDREN. About a third of 18-year-old women in Japan may never have children, a government institute said in the latest data spelling an uphill battle to reverse a dwindling population in the world’s third-largest economy. Read more here.


PORNHUB VICTORY: TEXAS JUDGE RULES LAW PROTECTING KIDS FROM ADULT SITES IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. Judge David Alan Ezra granted a preliminary injunction temporarily blocking enforcement of the law that would have required age verification after the Free Speech Coalition (FSC) joined adult performers and sites like Pornhub in a lawsuit opposing the legislation. Read more here.


GERMAN DAYCARES PROMOTE ‘SEXUAL EXPLORATION ROOMS’ WHERE CHILDREN CAN ENGAGE IN SEXUAL GAMES. Several daycare centers in Germany are reportedly considering or have already implemented “sexual exploration rooms” where children can engage in sexual games and discover what they find pleasurable. Read more here.


CHINESE AUTHORITIES SEND MESSAGE TO RESIDENTS ENCOURAGING ‘SWEET LOVE’ AND ‘GOOD FERTILITY’ TO COMBAT LOW BIRTH RATE. Chinese authorities are increasingly concerned about the country’s low fertility rates and aging population, prompting leaders in the town of Xian to text a message to residents encouraging “sweet love, marriage and childbirth.” Read more here.


CHILD ABUSE IS OFTEN PRECEDED BY PORN CONSUMPTON. A study by the Dutch organization Stop it Now and the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children found that psychological problems and watching extreme pornography often precede actual child abuse. Read more here.


MISSOURI PARENTS RAISE CONCERNS ABOUT INAPPROPRIATE BOOKS IN SCHOOLS. A group of concerned citizens in the Kansas City, Missouri area is accusing a local school district of misleading them about the presence of what they say are sexually explicit books in school libraries and keeping them in the dark about the process it undertakes to review such materials. Read more here.


IN SAN FRANCISCO, TEACHERS ACCUSED OF GROPING AND GROOMING STUDENTS ARE ALLOWED TO RESIGN. Teachers who engaged in inappropriate behavior with students were allowed to resign rather than being terminated. Read more here.


FBI NATIONWIDE SEX TRAFFICKING ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN IDENTIFIES 200 VICTIMS, OVER 50 WERE MINORS. Operation Cross Country was a two-week campaign carried out by the FBI in partnership with law enforcement agencies and organizations like the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Read more here.


CALIFORNIA COLLEGES DEFEND DIVERSITY MANDATES, FAIRNESS OF INVESTIGATIONS AGAINST FACULTY LAWSUITS. The California Community Colleges system is facing a slew of summer litigation by tenured professors and a civil liberties group for allegedly eroding academic freedom through new diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility mandates. Read more here.


PROPOSAL TO LEGALIZE PORNOGRAPHY IN UKRAINE. Pornography is strictly forbidden and regulated in Ukraine, but the parliament is working on a legal draft to decriminalize it. Read more here.


MEDICAL FREEDOM GROUP WARNS SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CENTERS ARE THREATENING PARENTAL RIGHTS. The Stand for Health Freedom nonprofit is warning the parents of school-age children that the scope of health services in schools goes well beyond its proper role by offering reproductive counseling, mental health counseling and behavioral services. Read more here.


‘SMEAR PARENTS’: ALARM SOUNDED AS CA BILL TARGETING MOMS AND DADS GAINS STEAM. Senate Bill 596 appears set to become law in California, and it will make it a misdemeanor for “any parent, guardian or other person” to disrupt classwork, extracurricular activities or cause any “substantial disorder” at any public or charter school board meeting or state board of education meeting. Read more here.


TX SCHOOL BOARD TARGETS CONSERVATIVE MEMBER FOR OPPOSING ‘SEXUALIZATION OF CHILDREN.’ McKinney Independent School District board members previously censured trustee Chad Green for siding with parents and participating in a rally calling for the removal of obscene books from McKinney ISD libraries. Read more here.


‘VILE’: SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT DEFENDS PARENTAL RIGHTS, DECRIES GOVT ‘BULLIES’ AFTER DEATH THREATS. Sonja Shaw, president of the Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education, in California said she has received a slew of threats after she and other board members opted to defend parental notification rights. Read more here.


SECOND CALIFORNIA SCHOOL DISTRICT ADOPTS PARENTAL NOTIFICATION POLICY FOR ‘GENDERS.’ In a highly contested public meeting, the Murrieta Valley Unified School District board voted 3-2 to adopt a new parental notification policy that requires parents to be notified in writing within three days if a student is involved in violence, talks about suicide, or requests to participate in programs or use school facilities that are for a gender different from what is on their birth certificate. Read more here.


TIM TEBOW RAISING FUNDS TO COMBAT TRAFFICKING – HIS MINISTRY HAS ALREADY RESCUED 2,000 VICTIMS. Tebow’s nonprofit has brought more than 500 traffickers to justice in the last 10 years, and it is making plans to step up its efforts. Read more here.


RILEY GAINES LAUNCHES CENTER TO PROTECT WOMEN’S SPORTS. Former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines has launched The Riley Gaines Center at the Leadership Institute in order to help facilitate free speech and defend female identity. Read more here.


VIRGINIA LIBRARY DIRECTOR RESIGNS AFTER PARENTS CALLED FOR DEFUNDING OVER ‘PORNOGRAPHIC’ CHILDREN’S BOOKS. Michelle Ross resigned as director of the Samuels Library in Front Royal after parents petitioned for her removal over pornographic books displayed on the library shelves. Read more here.


ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OPENING DOOR FOR PREDATORS TO SEXUALLY ABUSE CHILDREN, EXPERTS WARN. The United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency warned that artificial intelligence has made it easier for predators to sexually abuse children and harder for law enforcement agencies to hold these bad actors accountable, according to a recent report. Read more here.


JUDGE ROASTS TEACHERS UNION HYSTERICS OVER FLORIDA CURRICULUM TRANSPARENCY. While Vice President Kamala Harris and teachers’ union boss Randi Weingarten unsuccessfully sought to smear the state’s new social studies standards, an administrative law judge ruled their criticism of an online curriculum transparency law is little more than hot air and hysteria. Read more here.


NEW BRUNSWICK PREMIER BLAINE HIGGS AVOIDS LEADERSHIP REVIEW FROM HIS PARTY OVER PARENTAL RIGHTS REFORM. New Brunswick Progressive Conservatives failed to trigger a leadership review of Premier Blaine Higgs over his decision to add parental protections to its gender Identity policy for public schools. Read more here.


CANADIAN PROFESSOR SAYS SHOWING ADULT GENITALIA TO ‘LITTLE CHILDREN’ IS AN ‘EXCELLENT PARENTING IDEA.’ An associate professor at the University of British Columbia has suggested that parents expose their children to male and female sex organs to prepare them for potential encounters with gender-confused men in female spaces and vice versa. Read more here.


CANADA CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADER PIERRE POILIEVRE BLASTS DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION ‘GARBAGE.’ During a recent encounter with voters, the leader of Canada’s Conservative Party, Pierre Poilievre, declared he would reject all involvement with certain liberal ideologies, describing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) as “garbage.” Read more here.


ALBERTA’S DANIELLE SMITH MUST RECOGNIZE THE ABORTION INDUSTRY IS COMPLICITY IN SEX TRAFFICKING. Abortion providers have been left unaccountable in the trafficking, exploitation and abuse of Alberta’s women and girls, but Premier Danielle Smith announced a $4-million investment to tackle the scourge of human trafficking in the province. Read more here.


REPORT FINDS ONE IN THREE HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS IN ITALY ARE CHILDREN. A report from Save the Children found that one out of every three victims of human trafficking in Italy is a child, with many being forced into the fields for grueling farm work and others being sold into sexual slavery. Read more here.


GENDER, SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND ETHNIC IDENTITY: AUSTRALIANS COULD BE ASKED NEW QUESTIONS IN THE 2026 CENSUS. The Australian Bureau of Statistics is exploring whether and how to ask questions on gender, sexual orientation and variations of sex characteristics. Read more here.


STANFORD STUDY: LEFTIST TWITTER ALTERNATIVE MASTODON HAS A MAJOR CHILD PORNOGRAPHY PROBLEM. The study found the social network Mastodon has an alarmingly high frequency of child sexual abuse material and harbors a significant amount of child pornography, raising concerns about its moderation policies. Read more here.


EUROPE MUST PREPARE FOR A NEW DEMOGRAPHIC REALITY. National birth rates are shrinking, and aging populations will require more health care, putting more pressure on the working population. Read more here.


TEACHERS’ UNION BOSS JOINS ‘BANNED BOOK’ TOUR GIVING AWAY FREE GRAPHIC PORN TO KIDS. The president of the American Federation of Teachers, Randi Weingarten, delivered a fiery speech against book bans. Read more here.


GREAT AMERICAN FAMILY CHANNEL SOARS TO SUCCESS AS FASTEST-GROWING NETWORK. With a mission to make GAC Media the “leader in family television,” Great American Family finished the second quarter as TV’s fastest-growing network among women 25-54, households and total viewers. Read more here.


SHOCKING REPORT FROM JAPAN REVEALS INVOLUNTARY STERILIZATION OF TENS OF THOUSANDS. A new parliamentary report revealed that approximately 25,000 people were sterilized under the country’s former eugenics laws, the majority of whom did not consent. Some of the victims were children. Read more here.


UK STUDENTS REPORTEDLY ALLOWED TO ‘IDENTIFY AS HORSES, DINOSAURS AND CATS’ AND ‘COMMUNICATE WITH ANIMAL NOISES.’ An investigation by The Telegraph found evidence of neogender behaviors at schools, including students referring to themselves as “catself.” Read more here.


KATHY HOCHUL LAUNCHES NY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM FOR SEX WORKERS. The New York governor is supporting the “world’s oldest profession” by launching a free health care program for sex workers—a move slammed by critics as encouraging a campaign to decriminalize prostitution. Read more here.


SLOVAKIANS MARCH FOR THE FAMILY. As parents held a march against the cultural-sexual revolution, a spokesman named Anton Chromik stated, “The threats that we are experiencing and that are escalating are directed mainly at children.” Read more here.


TIM BALLARD, INSPIRATION BEHIND ‘SOUND OF FREEDOM,’ LAUNCHES NEW ANTI-CHILD TRAFFICKING INITIATIVE. Ballard is starting a new foundation called the Spear Fund, which has been described as coalition of anti-trafficking groups that will help coordinate efforts. Read more here.


CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLYMAN SPEAKS OUT AMID OUTRAGE OVER CHILD SEX TRAFFICKER LAW. Assemblyman Tom Lackey told CBN’s Faithwire how the Assembly Public Safety Committee initially refused to pass Senate Bill 14—a measure classifying child sex trafficking as a serious felony—before holding an emergency meeting and advancing the measure. Read more here.


ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COULD HELP ‘NORMALIZE’ CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AS GRAPHIC IMAGES ERUPT ONLINE. Artificial intelligence is opening the door to a disturbing trend of people creating realistic images of children in sexual settings, which could increase the number of cases of sex crimes against kids in real life, experts warn. Read more here.


BARACK OBAMA DEFENDS CHILDREN’S LGBTQ BOOKS, AS STATES BAN THEM FROM SCHOOLS. The former president wrote in opposition to states prohibiting books promoting gender ideology sexual orientation and preventing teachers from instructing grade-school children on those topics. Read more here.


CASTER SEMENYA WINS EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS APPEAL OVER ‘DISCRIMINATORY’ TESTOSTERONE LIMIT. Semenya, a female with naturally high levels of testosterone and a two-time Olympic champion in the 800-meter run, has been fighting for four years against rules regulating levels of the hormone in female athletes. Read more here.


TEACHERS UNION PRESIDENT RANTS ONSTAGE, CALLING STUDENTS ‘OUR BABIES.’ During the National Education Association’s annual assembly, the woke organization promoted “sex change procedures” for children, who keynote speaker Becky Pringle called “our babies.” Read more here.


ROMANIA TIGHTENS LAW ON SEXUAL CONSENT. The age at which minors can give sexual consent was changed from 14 to 16, and the rape of underage teens can draw 7-12 years of imprisonment. Read more here.


U.S. DOJ REMOVED ‘INTERNATIONAL SEX TRAFFICKING OF MINORS’ FROM WEBSITE. The U.S. Department of Justice erased content from its webpage on child sex trafficking that highlighted the plight of “international sex trafficking of minors,” amid scrutiny of President Joe Biden’s continued incitement of mass migration via America’s porous southern border – a prime avenue for child sex trafficking. Read more here.


ONTARIO UNIVERSITY TO RUN ‘HATE ACTIVITY IN SCHOOL BOARDS’ PROGRAM AMID RISE IN PARENTAL RIGHTS PROTESTS. Ontario school trustees, directors and senior school board leaders are being offered a program on “hate activity” as students and parents stand up against LGBT indoctrination in schools. Read more here.


NEW ‘PORN-IN-SCHOOLS TOOLKIT’ OFFERS HELP FOR PARENTS. California public schools are teaching children about high-risk sexual activities, transgender and non-conforming behavior, and the Capitol Resource Institute has created a BookCheck toolkit to help parents navigate the process of removing obscene, sexually graphic and pornographic materials from their children’s schools. Read more here.


Moms for Liberty bristle at Southern Poverty Law Center branding them a “hate group.” Parent activists at the Moms for Liberty annual summit criticized the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center for putting the group on a “hate map” and calling it “extremist.” Read more here.


Pornhub closes up shop in Virginia. The largest pornography site on the Internet announced it will no longer offer its “services” to residents of Virginia, after the commonwealth’s law mandating age verification for people who want to access adult websites took effect July 1. Read more here.


Princeton professor’s initiative to rebrand June “Fidelity Month” gains steam. Robert George’s effort is gaining traction among religious conservatives who share his desire to “rededicate” ourselves to our families, communities, country and God. Read more here.


California state senator urges families to flee the state. California lawmaker Republican Sen. Scott Wilk expressed his grave concern over the new bills being pushed through the legislation that strip parents of their rights with regard to decisions involving their children. Read more here.


European Court of Human Rights upholds Italy’s policy: one mother and one father on birth certificates. While some countries will issue birth certificates that feature two mothers or fathers, they are not recognized by countries like Italy, where surrogacy is illegal. Read more here.


Catholic employee fired after putting ‘’assigned by God’’ as his ‘‘pronouns’’ in company profile. A Catholic software engineer was fired by his former employer for putting “assigned by God” as his “preferred pronouns,” after pressure from the company to display “gender identity” in the name of “inclusion.” Read more here.


ACLU scolded after slamming state for not providing gender affirming care to man executed for rape and murder. The day after convicted rapist and murderer Duane Owen was executed in Florida, the civil rights protections group complained on Twitter that Florida “never” gave “necessary gender-affirming care” to the convict, whom the group also identified as a “her.” Read more here.


“Save our children! Thousands block the entrance to Dodger Stadium to protest “Pride Night” celebration. Thousands of Catholics and non-Catholics gathered outside the nearly empty Dodger Stadium to protest the team’s “Pride Night” celebration, where the team honored the anti-Catholic group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with its “Community Hero Award.” Read more here.


Company will give employees a “baby bonus” to help build strong families. As a response to woke corporations incentivizing employee abortions, PublicSq. founder and CEO Michael Seifert says he will offer his employees a $5,000 “baby bonus” because he believes “strong families make a strong nation.” Read more here.


Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill banning woke DEI offices in colleges and universities. The law banning radical diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) offices in colleges and universities that receive state funds makes Texas the second state after Florida to prohibit the divisive departments. The new measure will take effect next year. Read more here.


UK student called ‘despicable’ by teacher after challenging peer who identifies as a cat. A 13-year-old girl at a Church of England school asked a classmate how she could identify as a cat when she was a girl and was reported to school administrators by the teacher. Read more here.


Poll finds number of social conservatives in the U.S. highest since 2012. The number of people in the United States who identify as socially conservative has increased to its highest percentage in over a decade, according to a recent report by Gallup. Read more here.


University of Cincinnati student alleges professor failed her for using the term ”biological women.” Olivia Krolczyk said the professor for her Women’s Gender Studies in Pop Culture class failed her for using the “exclusionary” term despite admitting that she submitted a “solid proposal.” Read more here.


Target stores received bomb threats accusing retailer of betraying LGBTQ community amid woke backlash. Target stores in at least five U.S. states reportedly received bomb threats last weekend, allegedly from LGBTQ activists, as the big box retailer continues to face backlash after it scaled down on LGBTQ pride merchandise displays. Read more here.


Virginia parents call to defund public library over “pornographic” children’s books at county board meeting. Hundreds of parents packed a recent Warren County, Virginia Board of Supervisors meeting to protest 34 “pornographic” children’s books in the Front Royal public library they say contain inappropriate sexual content. Read more here.


Illinois gov. signs bill preventing “book bans” while standing in front of sexually explicit books. Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a bill preventing libraries from receiving state grants if they remove books or refuse to sign the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights, which states “materials should not be proscribed or removed because of partisan or doctrinal disapproval.” Read more here.


California bill would redefine infertility to give men access to pregnancy treatments. State lawmakers are advancing a bill that would redefine the inability of men to get pregnant as “infertility” and entitle them to insurance-covered fertility treatments. Read more here.


NEA goes tutu far by funding gender-bending troupe that makes ballet a drag. The all-male troupe, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, received a large grant from the National Education Association for the performance and touring of the ballet La Viviandiere, which includes “drag make-up tutorials.” Read more here.


Arizona governor vetoes bill that would have banned filming porn in classrooms. The bill was introduced in response to a Lake Havasu couple last year filming sexual activity in a middle school classroom and posting it on an adult internet site. Read more here.


Teacher scolds Muslim students for skipping “Pride” festivities, suggests they don’t “belong” in Canada. An audio recording has exposed a Canadian teacher who lambasted her Muslim students while suggesting in a long rant that people who do not support “pride” events cannot “be Canadian.” Read more here.


‘Give Them the Bud Light Treatment’: Aussie Call For Boycott Of Companies For Supporting Voice To Parliament. Aussies are planning a nationwide boycott of companies like Woolworths, Commbank and Qantas in hopes of giving them the “Bud Light Treatment,” referencing the recent stock plunge of the popular U.S. beer company after it openly supported the LGBT movement in an advertising campaign this year. Read more here.


Veteran Marvel Comics Writer Admits Comic Book Sales Are Struggling as U.S. Industry Pushes Woke Content. A top Marvel Comics writer, Scarlet Witch author Steve Orlando, admitted that the ultra-woke U.S. comics industry is “struggling,” and he expects his series to be canceled after only 10 issues. Read more here.


Syphilis Cases at Highest Level for 75 Years in England Last Year. The number of syphilis cases soared to almost 8,700 in 2022, the highest since 1948, while gonorrhea diagnoses rose by 50 percent in just 12 months to 82,592 – the most since records began in 1918, according to the UKHSA figures. Read more here.


SPLC Puts Moms for Liberty, Other Parental Rights Groups on ‘Hate Map.’ The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization that frequently lists mainstream conservatives (including Family Watch International) alongside hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, has placed Moms for Liberty and 11 other parental rights group on its “hate map” for being “antigovernment extremist groups.” Read more here.


‘Great American Family’ and ‘PureFlix’ Merge to Expand Wholesome Faith & Family Content. The faith-based network Great American Family has purchased PureFlix, a Christian streaming service, to further “serve and delight customers in the family and faith categories” and “reach a larger and broader audience.”  Read more here.


Child Trafficking Expert Says Cartels Exploit Loopholes at U.S. Ports of Entry. Cartels at the U.S.-Mexico border are making big profits from child trafficking and using loopholes in the federal immigration system to help them do so, says trafficking expert Jaco Booyens. Read more here.


Texas Bill Prohibiting Sexually Explicit Books in Public Schools Passes Legislature. A bipartisan bill banning sexually explicit content in public school libraries has passed the Texas legislature and is on its way to the governor’s desk. Read more here.


Tennessee School District Sues Social Media Companies Over Growing Mental Health Crisis. A Nashville school district became the latest education system to sue several social media companies over growing mental health concerns among students. Read more here.


New Data Show American Christianity in Historic Decline. Christianity is in a historic decline in the United States, according to new research data, with 27 percent claiming no religion in 2022. Read more here.


U.S. Surgeon General Issues Advisory About Kids’ Use of Social Media. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issued an advisory warning that social media use among minors can severely damage mental health. Read more here.


Biden Admin to End Familial DNA Testing Used to Detect Child Trafficking at Southern Border. The Biden administration plans to end a family DNA testing system at the U.S.-Mexico border that authorities use to prevent smugglers from trafficking migrant children across the southern border. Read more here.


Missouri High School Yearbook Raises Concerns With Pages on Casual Sex. A portion of a Missouri high school yearbook is drawing backlash from parents by featuring opinions from students about “hook-up culture, the concept of a casual sexual relationship without labels, and its benefits and consequences.” Read more here.


Explicit Books Found in Texas School Libraries Result in Bipartisan Action to Remove Them. A bill that prescribes actions by Texas public schools to ensure children aren’t given access to pornographic or sexually explicit materials has passed the Texas House with bipartisan support. Read more here.


Virginia Gov Signs Porn Site Age Verification Bill. Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed a bill requiring online pornography websites to employ stricter measures to verify a person is 18 years old before gaining access to the site. Read more here.


Italy’s Birth Crisis Is Shrinking School Classes, Minister Says. Italy’s school population will shrink by one million in the coming decade because of the plunging birth rate, the education minister said. Read more here.


Students Snub Controversial Scottish Govt Survey on Sexual Behavior. Tens of thousands of students in Scotland reportedly refused to complete a nationwide government survey on their sexual behavior and other aspects of their home life. Read more here.


Texas Parents Protest School After First Graders Allegedly Forced Girl to Perform Sex Act. Parents in a Plainview, Texas school district are demanding answers from school officials after first graders allegedly forced their 6-year-old classmate to perform a sex act while they filmed it, despite a teacher being in the classroom. Read more here.


Federal Judge Rules PA School District Must Allow After School Satan Club. The Saucon Valley School District in Pennsylvania must allow students to convene an After School Satan Club, a federal judge has ruled. Read more here.


Whistleblower Tells U.S. Congress Govt Is Delivering Migrant Children to Traffickers. A whistleblower who viewed first-hand what she testifies is a “sophisticated network” of child migrant smuggling into forced labor and other forms of slavery is calling on Congress to act to crack down on the U.S. role in that network. Read more here.


North Dakota Gov Vetoes One Library Bill, Signs Another. The North Dakota governor vetoed a bill that would have required librarians under threat of criminal penalty to screen sexually explicit materials from children but signed another barring explicit materials from the children’s sections of local and school libraries. Read more here.


Bipartisan U.S. Bill Would Require Parental Consent for Minors Who Use Social Media. Four U.S. senators introduced legislation that would ban minors under the age of 13 from using social media and mandate parental consent for those younger than 18. Read more here.


Texas House Passes Bill to Ban Sexually Explicit Books From School Libraries. The Texas House passed a bill that seeks to ban sexually explicit books from being in public school and classroom libraries. Read more here.


U.S. Senators Urge UN Ambassador to Denounce Report Normalizing Sex With Minors. A group of Republican senators is demanding that UN Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield condemn a report presented to the global body that gives credence to pedophiles while undermining safeguards protecting minors from sexual exploitation and abuse. Read more here.


New UN-Backed Legal Recommendations Normalize Sex With Minors, Outraged Critics Say. A report issued by international legal experts with the backing of the United Nations appears to open the floodgates to normalize sex with minors by stating that children have both the capacity and the legal right to make sexual decisions. Read more here.


Report: Child Sex Trade Flourishing in Southern Mexican State. The state of Yucatan, Mexico is seeing a dramatic rise in the sex trade involving young children, and government officials appear to be doing little to address the issue. Read more here.


Italian Birth Rate Plummets to Lowest Level Ever. According to a report from Italy’s Bureau of Statistics, just 393,000 babies were born in 2022, down some 1.8 percent from the 400,249 born in 2021 and representing a historic low for the country. Read more here.


German Experts: Online Pornography Messes Up Minds of Minors. According to recent crime statistics released by the German police, 41.1 percent of those who distribute pornographic content depicting children and teens are themselves minors, a figure experts say illustrates the effects of minors viewing sexually explicit content. Read more here.


U.S. House Creates Family Caucus. U.S. House Republicans have announced the formation of the Congressional Family Caucus to “defend the natural family from attempts by the radical left to erode this core foundation of our society.” Read more here.


Decriminalize All Forms of Sexual Activity, Says UN Report. A United Nations report has recommended the decriminalization of drug use and sexual activity, including abortion, prostitution, and pornography. Read more here.


Nearly Half of Gen Z Identifies as Non-Religious, New U.S. Study Finds. Almost half of Generation Z say that they identify as either non-religious, atheist or agnostic, according to data published by the Cooperative Election Study. Read more here.


Idaho Bill Allowing Parents to Sue Libraries Over Obscene Books for Minors Heads to Governor. The Idaho Legislature passed a bill allowing parents to sue libraries and schools for allowing minors to obtain books, films and other media that depict sexual content deemed “harmful” for kids. Read more here.


Japan Unveils Proposal to Promote Marriage, Raise Birthrate. A Japanese Cabinet minister in charge of tackling the country’s declining birthrate unveiled a draft proposal aimed at reversing the downtrend, including increased subsidies for childrearing and education and a salary increase for younger workers to incentivize marrying and having kids. Read more here.


ACLU Sues Pennsylvania School District for Banning After School Satan Club. A Pennsylvania school district faces a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union for allegedly prohibiting an After-School Satan Club initially approved by school officials. Read more here.


Oklahoma State Rep Says State Superintendent Shared ‘Graphic Material’ With Lawmakers. An Oklahoma state representative said the state’s superintendent shared pornographic materials with state lawmakers, claiming the content was found in Oklahoma schools. Read more here.


Texas School Board Takes Over Unilateral Control of Book Vetting Process. A Houston, Texas school board is taking over the district’s book vetting process for the rest of the school year, excluding parents, teachers and librarians from taking part in the review process. Read more here.


Florida School Board Votes to Ban Sexually Explicit Book From Middle School Libraries. The Hillsborough County School Board in Florida held a special meeting and voted to ban a sexually explicit book from all public middle schools in the area. Read more here.


U.S. House Passes Parents Bill of Rights to Increase School Transparency. The U.S. House passed legislation to create a Parents Bill of Rights that would require schools to publish their curricula publicly and to share with parents a list of books and other materials that are available in school libraries. Read more here.


New CA Bill Would Require Free Condom Distribution in Public High Schools. California lawmakers have introduced legislation requiring public schools to provide internal and external condoms free of charge to all students. Read more here.


U.S. Senators Demand Answers From Pinterest Over ‘Sex-Themed’ Image Boards of Minors. Two U.S. senators sent a letter to Pinterest CEO Bill Ready demanding answers from the company after an NBC News investigation revealed methods for people to create sex-themed image boards of young girls. Read more here.


U.S. Sees ‘Dramatic’ Surge of Teen Girls Experiencing Sexual Violence. Some 18 percent of young females in the U.S. have experienced sexual violence, including rape, in the last year alone, a number which officials are labeling a “crisis.” Read more here.


Florida Gov Releases Video Detailing Sexually Graphic Books Found in Public Schools. Florida Gov. Ron Desantis’ office released an explicit video detailing pornographic books that have been found within the state’s public schools. Read more here.


Texas Legislation Would Protect Minors From Sexually Explicit Content. A Texas lawmaker has proposed legislation to shield kids from sexually explicit content online by requiring age verification and allowing parents to sue pornography websites if their underage child is exposed to porn. Read more here.


Florida Gov Says State Will Be Exposing Inappropriate Books in Schools. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said his administration will be exposing inappropriate books in schools, warning they are “so graphic” some of the depictions may not be able to be aired. Read more here.


Portland State University Hosts Extreme ‘Sex Week.’ Portland State University’s Queer Resource Center organized the college’s annual “Sex Week,” featuring events that focused on BDSM, sex toys, and deriding what organizers described as the “cult of virginity” within Hispanic communities. Read more here.


Advocates Sound Alarm About Satanist After School Clubs Sprouting Across the U.S. The Satanic Temple recently announced multiple new after school clubs across the United States, raising concerns from religious advocates about the impact that pushing Satanism on students could have in the future. Read more here.


PA District Revokes Approval for After School Satan Club After Public Outcry. The Saucon Valley School District in Pennsylvania has revoked their previous approval for an After School Satan Club to use their facilities following extensive public backlash. Read more here.


Experts Slam WHO Excusal of Sexual Misconduct. Two experts appointed by the World Health Organization to investigate allegations that some of its staffers sexually abused women in Congo found that there were at least 83 perpetrators of abuse, including complaints of rape, forced abortions and the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl. Read more here.


Maine Boy Confronts School Board by Reading Aloud From ‘Smut’ Found at His School Library. An 11-year-old student confronted school board members by reading a sexually explicit passage from a book on display at the Windham Middle School library in Maine. Read more here.


Librarians, ACLU Sue to Keep Sexually Explicit Books in Schools. Missouri librarians are challenging a state law which bars sexually explicit books from being in the classroom, according to a lawsuit. Read more here.


GA School District to Pay Legal Fees After Banning Moms From Exposing Sexually Explicit Materials. Forsyth County School District in Georgia agreed to pay attorney’s fees in a federal lawsuit brought by a group of parents who were censored at school board meetings. Read more here.


U.S. Father Warns of Social Media Sextortion Trend After Son’s Suicide. A Mississippi father is warning parents of a growing social media-based sextortion trend that led his 16-year-old son to commit suicide. Read more here.


MA Superintendent Admits District Knowingly Provided Sexually Explicit Book to Kids. A Massachusetts superintendent doubled down on providing a book to kids which contains detailed information on sex parties, orgies, extreme fetishes, sex apps and other explicit matters. Read more here.


Fears of Child Trafficking in Turkey Grow as Earthquake Leaves Scores of Orphans. A Turkish charity organization filed a criminal complaint in the name of orphans and lost children it claimed have been victims of human trafficking in the wake of the devastating earthquake that hit the country and Syria on February 6. Read more here.


Traditional Countries Accuse EU of Bad Faith at UN. Traditional countries defended the family against the European Union and progressive delegations, even accusing them of brinkmanship and bad faith, in a UN negotiation about social protection policies. Read more here.


CA Lawmakers Take Aim at Social Media Role in Youth Fentanyl Use and Sex Trafficking. The California legislature is considering multiple bills aimed at regulating social media and its influence on drug use and the sexual exploitation of minors. Read more here.


Alaska School Board Members Attempt to Silence Dad Exposing Sexually Explicit Book. Members of an Anchorage school board voted to silence a dad speaking out during public comment time against sexually explicit materials in school libraries. Read more here.


Data Show Vast Majority of Books Removed From FL Schools Were Pornographic, Violent, Inappropriate. Over 85 percent of books removed from Florida schools since the beginning of the academic year were pornographic, violent, or inappropriate for students’ grade levels, according to data submitted to the state’s Department of Education. Read more here.


Florida Gov’s Office Reveals Sexually Graphic Books Found in Florida Schools. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s office revealed that sexually explicit books Gender Queer, It’s Perfectly Normal, and Let’s Talk About It have been discovered in schools across several counties in Florida. Read more here.


New Jersey School Board Approves Ejaculate Responsibly Book for Literary Lunch Program. The Berkeley Heights Township School District Board in New Jersey approved for the high school’s Literary Lunch program a donated book about abortion entitled Ejaculate Responsibly. Read more here.


Florida School District Drops Sexualized CDC Student Survey. A Florida school district will no longer use a CDC survey given to students in middle school and high school regarding their sexual activity and gender identity after pushback from parents and the state commissioner of education. Read more here.


More Than One in Ten U.S. High School Girls Have Been Raped, CDC Says. Nearly 14 percent of high school girls reported having been forced to have sex at some point in their lives, and 18 percent reported experiencing sexual violence in 2021, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. Read more here.


FBI, Int’l Agencies Warn About Spike in Financial Sextortion Crimes Against Youth. The FBI and other international agencies have seen an “explosion” in incidents of minor boys around the world being coerced into sending explicit images online and then extorted for money. Read more here.


Ohio University Sex Week Features Events in Bondage, ‘Ethical’ Pornography. Ohio State University’s 2023 Sex Week will feature events about sex acts, bondage, “ethical” pornography, and abortion, according to its website. Read more here.


France Announces Aim to Block Children From Porn Sites by Verifying Identities. France’s Digital Transition and Telecommunications Minister has reportedly declared that all adults will soon need to verify their age before accessing porn sites in the country. Read more here.


Video Shows Prostitutes Soliciting Outside California Elementary School. A San Francisco-based news station captured video of sex workers dressed in minimal clothing walking the streets outside a Catholic elementary school in the middle of the day with students present. Read more here.


U.S. Federal Child Porn Investigation Infiltrates Telegram App, Over a Dozen Arrested. Operation Swipe Left resulted in criminal charges against more than a dozen people involved in a “cross-country network of people sexually exploiting children,” part of which occurred over the instant messaging app Telegram. Read more here.


CA School District Shuts Down Library App After Children Access Books With Explicit Material. An Orange County, California school district has suspended its digital library application after complaints by parents that children in the second grade were accessing books that featured sexual assault and pedophile animals. Read more here.


UK Children as Young as Nine Report Exposure to Pornography in New Study. Children are being exposed to online pornography from as young as nine years old, according to a study for the Children’s Commissioner for England. Read more here.


U.S. Surgeon General Says 13 Is ‘Too Early’ for Kids to Be on Social Media. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says that social media is doing a “disservice” to children by allowing them to use the platforms at such a young age, saying he believes 13 years old is too young to be using the apps. Read more here.


U.S. Critics Rip New Nationwide School Program Pushing ‘Community-Set Standards.’ Educators in 120 districts across the U.S. are participating in a new program some critics believe is aimed at manipulating students’ values and beliefs to replace parents as the primary moral authority in their children’s lives. Read more here.


Nevada School District Sued After Teen Girl Asked to Read Sexual Lesbian Monologue in Class. A Las Vegas-area school district is facing a lawsuit after two parents claimed their 15-year-old daughter was required to read a graphic lesbian monologue as part of a school assignment. Read more here.


Japan ‘on the Verge’ of Societal Collapse Due to Plummeting Birth Rate, PM Says. Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida spoke in desperate terms about the country’s cratering birth rate, saying Japan is “standing on the verge of whether we can continue to function as a society.” Read more here.


Demand for Porn Addition Help in Ireland Surges. The Cork Sexual Health Centre in Ireland, which seeks to address “problematic sexualized behavior” including porn addiction, has seen a 360 percent rise in attendees and now has a seven-month waiting list. Read more here.


North Dakota Weighs Ban of Sexually Explicit Library Books. Books containing sexually explicit content would be banned from North Dakota public libraries under legislation that state lawmakers are now considering. Read more here.


China Records First Population Decline in Decades. China’s population shrank for the first time in decades last year as its birthrate plunged, official figures show. Read more here.


U.S. Dept of Ed Targets Texas Superintendent for Removing Sexually Explicit Books From Schools. The U.S. Department of Education has launched an investigation into a Texas superintendent who removed sexually explicit books from public school libraries. Read more here.


CDC Study Shows U.S. Births Continue to Decline. The number of births in the U.S. has continued to decline – repeating a decades-long trend – as nearly half of American women under 45 are childless, according to a new study. Read more here.


Most U.S. Teenagers Say They Viewed Porn by Age 13, Survey Finds. Nearly three out of every four teenagers have viewed pornography at some point in their lives, with more than half first seeing sexually explicit material by age 13, according to a new study. Read more here.


Nearly 350 K-12 Educators Arrested on Child Sex Crimes in U.S. in 2022. Nearly 350 public educators were arrested on child sex-related crimes in the U.S. last year, averaging to almost an arrest every day on crimes ranging from grooming to child porn to raping students. Read more here.


Hashtags Promoting Child Sex Abuse Material on Twitter Blocked Following Investigative Report. Hashtags and keywords promoting the sale of child sex abuse material have been blocked on Twitter following an investigative report. Read more here.


NY Middle School Principal Has ‘No Plans’ to Remove Graphic Book That Details Sexual Acts. A New York City middle school principal told a concerned parent that there are “no plans” to remove a book from the school’s library that contains detailed information about sexual acts. Read more here.


Chicago Schools Watchdog Finds Hundreds of Employees Groomed, Sexually Assaulted Students. Hundreds of Chicago teachers and school officials sexually groomed and assaulted students last school year, according to a report released by the Chicago Public Schools Office of the Inspector General. Read more here.


Seattle Schools Sue Social Media Platforms Over Youth Mental Health Crisis. The Seattle Public School District has filed a lawsuit against the owners of such social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Facebook, alleging they are contributing to the mental health crisis among young people. Read more here.


Louisiana Implements Law That Ensures Age Verification to View Online Pornography. Louisiana has enacted a new law that requires identification and age verification within the state to access online pornography. Read more here.


Maine Parents Fight ‘Inappropriate’ Books Because of ‘Inaction’ by School District. Parents in Maine’s Hermon Public Schools District banded together to create a sample book policy that would help sort out inappropriate material after numerous attempts urging the school board to take action failed. Read more here.