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Boys to Men

     At the symposium held at Yale University earlier this year on the topic of human trafficking, Ambassador Luis CdeBaca stated, ‘it will take a creative community – law and government agencies, civil, art, academics, LEO’s, NGO’s – to eradicate this crime’. I loudly applaud his next statement: ‘what we need is a cultural shift…where we reject the notion that boys will be boys!’ 

     In light of the scandal, or should we call it for what it is, exploitation of women, involving secret service men caught with prostitutes and visiting strip clubs, I continue to look for the words 'human trafficking' to enter the same headlines with 'secret service men caught'. President Obama, addressing this humiliation, stated, "I expect us to observe the highest standards." He also stated, "The agents represent the United States and are supposed to conduct themselves with the highest levels of dignity anywhere in the world. Obviously, what's been reported doesn't match up to those standards".

     The question to ask is who sets those high standards? And from where does the definition of dignity derive?

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Speaking of Pornography

We are about to start a conversation, here are some talking points to help start a dialouge with your family & your friends, in your church & your community:

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Victims of Pornography

Who are the victims of pornography? More than you might think: 

  • Boys and girls that have lost their innocence by viewing pornography at an early age, as early as five to eleven.
  • Wives of men preoccupied with pornography and the sex industry are actually the silent victims.
  • Women who are being treated with disrespect and sexually harassed and abused.
  • Young women trapped in an industry that exploits and uses them as mere sex objects - or as one porn producer put it 'for their body, not their mind'. 

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Occasionally we feel compelled to write and share about current events or topics related to pornography, sex trafficking, and sexual abuse. Our blog is the outlet for when those urges strike, so sign up and look for new posts in the near future! 

It is our hope with our blog that readers will be encouraged, challenged, empowered, and compelled to speak up about these isues as we work together to create the kind of culture that honors all women.

We hope you will enjoy reading our archived posts published here that had been previously published on our Wordpress blog.

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