Combating The Objectification Of Women Begins At Home

This piece echoes some of the comments I made a few weeks back. I’m appalled that kids would think these things funny or not act to stop the social media part of it, but many are so desensitized to how wrong this behavior is. Changes begin with each one of us teaching our children the value of human life, male or female, that a person is never to become an object to use.

Stop Child Slavery

News of the alleged rape of a 16-year old Steubenville, Ohio girl by two 16-year old Steubenville High School football players is disturbing on many levels. Perhaps most disturbing is the solid evidence of the criminal behavior’s acceptance coming forth via postings on social media.

She is so raped right now,” was the callous comment on videos posted to YouTube the night of the event. Those videos have since been removed, but the simple fact that they were ever posted should be a signal that something is terribly wrong with the collective consciousness of our youth. The 12 minute video that has surfaced is horrific in how it makes light of the rape and talks about the girl as if she were dead.

There are so many factors that play a role in this kind of behavior. Certainly, even kids with a decent moral compass can be…

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