POSTER: “Do you know where your kids are when they’re surfing the web? Kids 12-17 years old are the largest group of internet porn viewers. Over a third of 13-14 year old boys report viewing porn videos/DVDs “too many times to count.””
This is another powerful poster from the Not For Sale Project that shows some of the harms of pornography. This poster was done by VoicesMatter.org, and there are some more by them at the link further below, as well as a number of other great posters by other groups and organizations. These educational posters address the harms of pornography, prostitution, and other types of sexual exploitation and abuse, and they are all downloadable and available to be shared freely with others, anywhere you like. So please check them out and help out the cause by sharing them with your friends and everyone you know! Thanks! ALSO, if any of YOU have an idea for a poster, they are seeking submissions. Check out the info below from their website to learn more!
NOT FOR SALE MEDIA PROJECT
The Not For Sale Media Project is a mobilization of feminist media makers and grassroots activists that are creatively challenging the mass media’s normalization of prostitution, pornography, and other forms of sexual abuse through the creation and distribution of alternative media. We are creating alternative forms of media that encourage individuals and communities to think more critically about the buying and selling of women’s bodies; the commodification of sex and sexuality; impacts on individuals and groups of people; and alternative visions of sex and sexuality free of power abuse, violence, and hierarchy.
The Not For Sale Media Project is currently embarking on the creation of posters that raise awareness on issues of prostitution, pornography, and trafficking. The posters are 8.5″ x 14″ or 11″ x 17″ in size and are being utilized for public and community education. View some of the posters below. We encourage you to download, print, and circulate them in your own community.
Join our efforts! You do not have to be an artist or graphic designer to take part in the Not For Sale Media Project. The only requirement is that you have a commitment to raising public awareness about the harms of prostitution, pornography, and trafficking. For those interested, design and create a 8.5″X 14″ or 11″x17″ poster that educates the public on the realities and harms of prostitution, pornography, and/or trafficking. If you have an idea but don’t know how to turn it into a finished poster, we can help out. Share your posters and ideas with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail at PO Box 674, Northampton, MA 01061, USA.
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