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Women working together to protect children, families, and communities from pornography.

S. P. E. A. K. Up

Not sure what to do when you see something in public that doesn’t meet community standards? Learn an easy way to share your concerns that is respectful and likely to encourage action. Be prepared for the next opportunity to express your thoughts.

Defend Community Standards

What are community standards and why are they important to protect? Learn why you need to be aware to prevent public displays of indecent material,  inappropriate media, and sexually oriented businesses from taking over your neighborhood.

Read Women’s Stories

Our blog share stories of women who are standing up against the harm of pornography. Read their experiences of teaching their children to be safe, speaking up about media and public displays that cross the line of decency, and finding recovery when pornography has impacted their family.

 

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Pornography is a Big Problem

            Pornography ruins relationships and seems to...

“Good Pictures, Bad Pictures,” by Kristen Jenson

Kristen Jenson recently published a children’s book, “Good Pictures, Bad...

My Schools in Boise Loved White Ribbon Week!

Dear Women for Decency, I just finished my first White Ribbon Week at a local...

Utah Senate Judiciary Committee Set to Vote on Child Custody Bill

UPDATE MARCH 13, 2014: THE BILL PASSED THE HOUSE AND SENATE! THANKS FOR ALL YOUR...

How Pornography Use Might Affect Custody Rights

Below is an update from Jennifer Brown regarding the Utah legislation that deals with...

How I Taught My Kids about Pornography Addiction

Three years ago, I sat in a parents’ meeting about the problem of pornography use...

Why Speaking Up In Numbers Makes A Difference

Having interned with a non-profit organization that sought to make communities more...

7 Tips to Avoid Awkward Sex Education Talks

So it’s time to teach your nine-year-old kid sex education, the “birds and...

Why We Share Our Highs & Lows

Communicating with kids can be difficult! Some kids are more talkative, some are less....

How to Protect Your Child from Sexual Abuse

Did you know that children with disabilities are almost three times more likely to be...

9 Moments to Share Values with Your Kids

A couple of weeks ago, my 12-year-old son told me about another boy at school that had...

7 Ways to Help Your Kids Avoid Addiction & Improve Relationships

Dr. Jill Manning, a family therapist, noted author and lecturer on this topic encourages...