I agree that kids need to be educated on pornography. If they feel like they can go to their parents about it, then I believe that a lot of problems can be solved by getting rid of this form of communication that we have as a society which involves not communicating at all. Brushing things like pornography under the carpet doesn’t make them go away.
Seeking submissions for Purge Zine, Issue One: Survivors of Sexual Assault
–verb(used with object)
1. to rid of whatever is impure or undesirable; cleanse; purify.
2. to rid, clear, or free (usually fol. by of or from ): to purge a political party of disloyal members.
3. to clear of imputed guilt or ritual uncleanliness.
4. to clear away or wipe out legally (an offense, accusation, etc.) by atonement or other suitable action.
5. to remove by cleansing or purifying (often fol. by away, off, or out ).
I’m constructing issue one of Purge zine, and I’m looking for your story; I’m going to immortalize our collective voice as survivors of sexual assault. You can submit anonymously or include as much personal information as you want for publication in the zine (name, gender, age, location, email, anything else you want to share!). The point is to get these stories off of our chests and to be made stronger by sharing them. Please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, even if you’d rather not submit to the zine but just want to talk. I’m here for you. We’re in this together.