Net Porn Epidemic Endangers Kids
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Quote:'Epidemic' growth of Net porn cited

Briefing: Children in danger
7:15 p.m., Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Congress must ensure that obscenity laws are enforced so that children are not exposed to pornography on the Internet, researchers and advocates of Internet safety said Tuesday.

Speaking at a briefing at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, researchers said because obscenity laws have not been upheld or enforced, illegal adult pornography has flooded and polluted the Internet.

"Today we are calling on Congress and the Department of Justice to ensure that the enforcement of our current obscenity laws is a priority," said Donna Rice Hughes, president of Enough Is Enough, a Virginia-based nonprofit that works to make the Internet safer for children and families. "Our children's innocence is worth fighting for."

Under the law, illegal adult pornography is known as obscenity. Obscenity is defined as graphic material that focuses on sex or sexual violence, and it includes lewd exhibition of the genitals, close-ups of graphic sex acts and deviant activities such as group sex, bestiality and incest.

"It continues to grow and to spread and has reached epidemic proportions," Mrs. Hughes said. "We are facing a national crisis that is every bit as damaging to our citizens and our culture as the oil spill is to the Gulf and the Gulf community."

Statistics show that seven in 10 children have accidentally accessed pornography on the Internet and one in three have done so intentionally. Forty percent of children accidentally access Internet pornography through innocent word searches such as "water sports."

Statistics show that the average age of exposure is 11 years old - some start at 8 years old. Any child is too young, Mrs. Hughes said.

"Imagery definitely affects children," said Dr. Sharon Cooper, a forensic pediatrician and faculty member at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine. "Adult pornography is a good example of giving children unhealthy sexual images."

Pornography normalizes sexual harm, Dr. Cooper said. It shows children a lack of any kind of emotional commitment or relationship between two consensual partners, shows unprotected sexual contact and visual examples often of violent rape.

"When a child sees this image of adult pornography, the mirror neurons that are in their brain will convince them that they are actually experiencing what they are seeing," she said.

Children are very vulnerable as compared to adults because of the presence of mirror neurons in the brain, Dr. Cooper said. Mirror neurons are part of the brain that convince us that when we see something we are actually experiencing it.

According to the American Psychological Association, over the past 12 years, girls have changed in their thinking. They are beginning to see themselves as having their only value in sexuality.

"When a child sees herself only as a sexual object, she is no longer able to demand the kind of respect she deserves," Dr. Cooper said. "The new definition of 'love' these days is sending a sexually explicit picture."

Quote:June 15, 2010


Enough Is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes joined other leading experts including Dr. Mary Anne Layden. Forensic Pediatrician Sharon Cooper M.D., Internationally acclaimed speaker and author Gail Dines, Attorney Laura Lederer, former porn star Shellly Lubben and former head of Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the U.S. Department of Justice Pat Trueman, to discuss the harms of pornography and what Congress can do to enforce existing laws.  

Statement of EIE President Donna Rice Hughes
Pornography Harms: What Congress Can do to Enforce Existing Laws

It is a great honor to address you this morning and to be part of this distinguished panel of experts to discuss The War on Illegal “Adult” Pornography, known under the law as obscenity. In layman’s terms, obscenity is graphic material that focuses on sex and/or sexual violence. It includes close-ups of graphic sex acts, lewd exhibition of the genitals, and deviant activities such as group sex, bestiality, incest and excretory functions.  For clarification, obscenity is not to be confused with soft-core pornography, known under the law as harmful to minors/indecent content. This material is protected under the constitution for adults, yet not for children in print and broadcast. Such laws have not successfully been upheld by the Supreme Court to protect minor children online.  Nor is obscenity to be confused with child pornography, which is illegal.

Because obscenity laws have not been enforced, illegal “adult” pornography has flooded and polluted the Internet. It continues to grow and spread and has reached epidemic proportions. As you will hear today, we are indeed facing a national crisis that is every bit as damaging to our citizens and our cultural environment as the oil spill catastrophe is to the environment in the Gulf.

For fifteen years, children have been spoon-fed a steady diet of pornography.  Kids can easily access a wide variety of free pornography in the privacy of their home or through any Internet-enabled device. “Portable porn” via PDAs, mobile phones, gaming devices and laptops now provide kids, as well as adults, “anywhere access” to this drug of the new millennium.

Statistics show that 7 in 10 kids have accidentally accessed pornography and 1 in 3 youth who viewed pornography viewed it intentionally.  Internet pornographers are great innovators and use clever and deceptive marketing tactics to push their drug to anyone and everyone. The majority of porn sites have free teaser images and videos on their home pages and do not require any age verification. The content on this XXX site contains graphic sex acts and lewd exhibition of the genitals. For the purposes of this presentation, we have blurred the images on the slides I will be showing you.

40% of kids accidentally access pornography through innocent word searches. What do you think of when you hear the term, “watersports’? Here you see a captured screen of “watersports” which is explicit urination pornography with women being treated as toilets.  

12% of kids accidently see pornography through misspelling a word. is a wholesome site for boys. Boyz misspelled, however is a hard-core porn site. This is the homepage for, which contains graphic close-ups of homosexual acts.  As you can see, many porn sites also contain pornography advertised as “teen sex” or “barely legal”.

Pornographers also misuse popular cartoons. Children can easily stumble upon  “DisneyPornland” where they can see their favorite Disney characters engaging in graphic sex acts. Of course, kids can always easily find pornography intentionally. This next slide is a captured screen from a Google search on bestiality. This search yielded over 2,550,000 results.  Kids can see men and women engaging in sex acts with any animal on Noah’s ark.

The average age of first exposure is 11 years old, with some researchers saying first exposure is as young as 8 years old. 79% of unwanted exposure is occurring in the home. Parents, who should be the first line of defense, are forced to be the ONLY line of defense to shoulder the entire burden of protecting their children from prosecutable obscenity. This is unprecedented.  

Does pornography harm children? Yes it does. Pornography is not just harmless fun. I am now going to show you a short excerpt from our Internet Safety 101 DVD teaching series where you will hear from teenagers who share the damage that pornography has had on their lives.  

We have sacrificed an entire generation’s innocence on the altar of a misperception that prosecutable “adult” pornography is protected under the First Amendment. It is NOT.  How many kids and how many more generations will be destroyed by the unintended consequences of our inaction to keep kids safe from this toxic drug? No child is immune.

We cannot undo the extensive damage already done, which you will learn more about today.  But we can continue doing what we have been doing all along. Cry out “Enough Is Enough”! Today we are calling on Congress and the Department of Justice to ensure that the aggressive prosecution of our current obscenity laws is a priority.  Our children’s innocence is worth fighting for.  Thank you.
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