Stop Disney-themed Hard-core Porn Now
Please join us along with our petition partner Enough Is Enough in urging Disney to take aggressive action to stop Disney themed hard-core porn sites.
This is a serious issue. Online pornographers will stop at nothing, and they are after our kids. Pornographers understand that the sexually exploitative pornography they produce and distribute is highly addictive. They are exploiting and capitalizing the Disney brand and characters.
Internet safety is the 4th top ranked issue on the list of health concerns for U.S. children according to Mott's Children's Hospital.
Sign our petition to protect your Disney princesses and our children now.
For more information, please read the below letter from Enough is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes and this recently published article http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/disneys-full-frontal-hypocrisy/article/2603753.
Dear Concerned Parents, Grandparents and Citizens Worldwide,
We need your help. What I am about to tell you will shock you, but it’s true.
For years, we at Enough Is Enough, have patiently urged Disney executives to take action to stop the proliferation of Disney themed hard-core porn sites. These sites—appear to be a clear violation of Disney’s copyrighted brand as well as its signature cartoon characters.
They portray beloved Disney characters performing graphic sexual acts with one another. Sorry parents, they are all there. Ariel, Snow White, Cinderella, and more. Why? Because the multi-billion Internet porn industry has successfully used deceptive and misleading marketing tactics to trick online users to get them to their porn sites.
For almost 15 years, I’ve avoided making this issue more public out of concern that traffic to this site would explode and millions of curious seekers would be exposed to the disturbing videos and images that would be difficult to erase from their minds. Trust me, don't look, don’t search. You can’t unsee it. If you don’t believe me, you can simply view our Internet Safety 101 teaching series film trailor here https://www.youtube.com/user/EnoughIsEnough101, in which I use this site, with blurred images, as an example of the misuse of popular cartoon characters.
I first brought this issue to Disney in 1999 and several times since then.
I had hoped that Disney would have taken aggressive action to enforce their copyrights. But today, sadly, this website has not been taken down and has only grown to incorporate the newest and most popular Disney characters. And it's gotten much worse, my recent Google search on Disney themed porn yielded over 12,600,000 search returns. In other words, there a many other obscene porn sites that are now exploiting and capitalizing the Disney brand and characters. Why? Because they can and only Disney has the muscle and legal authority to take action.
Disney themed porn is a serious issue. Online pornographers will stop at nothing, and don’t believe for a minute they are not after your kids. Pornographers understand that the sexually exploitative pornography they produce and distribute is highly addictive. If they can get children hooked at a young age when they are curious, their hormones are raging and their brains and bodies are underdeveloped, they will likely have a consumer for life unless the addiction cycle is broken.
Zach, a 15 year old who I interviewed in the Internet Safety 101® DVD series, said, “I think about every person in this generation, and probably the one before us, have all looked up pornography once in their life. Even if you’re not looking for it, you could be innocent on the computer...and it’ll find you.”
Will join us in urging Disney to aggressively pursue the shutdown popular Disney themed porn sites, for the sake of children and families in America and all over the world?
Thank you for the sake of children and families worldwide,
Donna Rice Hughes and Enough Is Enough
--Donna Rice Hughes is President and CEO of Enough Is Enough® (EIE). She is an internationally known Internet safety expert, author, speaker and Emmy-winning film producer. Enough Is Enough is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to make the Internet safer for children and families by implementing a three-pronged strategy of the public, the technology industry and legal community sharing the responsibility to protect children online. This strategy has been adopted by industry and governments worldwide. enough.org, internetsafety101.org