Author: The Jesus Alliance

Loopholes Invite Student Sexual Abuse

Loopholes Invite Student Sexual Abuse Article as posted on Liberty Counsel’s website: Before today’s kindergarteners graduate from high school, around 4.5 million students in America will experience sexual abuse at the hands of a school employee. After more research, Liberty Counsel discovered that the laws in 43 states (exceptions are Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma, New Jersey and Rhode Island) have exemptions from obscenity laws that permit sexually explicit materials in schools that can facilitate this kind of misbehavior. These laws protect school employees who provide students with pornographic materials from criminal prosecution under the guise that the materials are...

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Video: Students Call for End to “Prayer Shaming”

Video: Students Call for End to “Prayer Shaming” “No more prayer shaming. Let’s bring God and prayer back into our lives.” Students at East Catholic High School in Manchester, Connecticut have made a powerful video encouraging people to keep praying.  Especially considering the response to those offering prayer after the latest U.S. tragedies, their voice against prayer shaming is more relevant than ever. Their simple video has gone viral. The End of Prayer Shaming“No more prayer shaming. Let’s bring God and prayer back into our lives.”Good work, students! #Prayer #JesusPosted by The Jesus Alliance on Friday, April 13, 2018 “Enough...

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Parents Say No Graphic Curriculum

Parents Say No Graphic Curriculum Article as posted on Liberty Counsel’s website: Parents around the nation are demanding that public schools end the sexualization of their children during class time by holding a “Sex Ed Sit Out” protest on Monday, April 23, 2018 and pulling their children out of school for the day. This protest was initiated by a few moms on social media who were troubled by the graphic pornographic nature of current sex education resources in schools. It has since grown into a global #SexEdSitOut movement with special events planned in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Parents are demanding to know why...

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Backpage.com Shut Down by U.S. Authorities

Backpage.com Shut Down by U.S. Authorities U.S. officials seized the sex marketplace website, Backpage.com, as part of an enforcement action by the FBI, according to a posting on the website on Friday. Ninety-three charges were brought against Backpage co-founder Michael Lacey in a sealed indictment. President Trump is expected to sign legislation this week, known as SESTA, that holds  social media networks, advertisers and others that fail to keep sex trafficking and exploitative materials off their platforms liable for knowingly doing so.  It amends the Section 230 safe harbors of the Communications Decency Act (which make online services immune from...

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Fake Texas Photographer Gets 40 Years for Child Sex Abuse

Fake Texas Photographer Gets 40 Years for Child Sex Abuse A 44 year-old Texas man was sentenced to 40 years in a plea deal for child sex charges.  Kevin Scott Morris was found guilty of sex charges with at least 10 children. Court documents indicate Morris falsely portrayed himself as a film director for “Just Film It Productions,” to persuade parents to let their sons travel with him for possible modeling or acting careers. After gaining the trust of the boys Morris would have “photography sessions” where he would then sexually abused and/or used to create child pornography. The...

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