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Presentation Tour in Montana!

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Thanks to the generous contribution of a donor, Fight the New Drug will be touring their new live presentation program in the state of Montana this fall!  Fight the New Drug’s newly updated age-appropriate and engaging live presentation program highlights research from respected academic institutions that demonstrate the significant impacts of porn consumption on individuals, relationships, and society.

Fight the New Drug is looking for schools, organizations, or individuals interested in hosting a Fight the New Drug live presentation in the state of Montana this fall, completely for FREE! 

The tour includes a limited number of presentations! Submit your request for a FREE Fight the New Drug presentation by September 15, 2022, by clicking here

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OUR MISSION

End Exploitation Montana's mission is to extend human dignity through ending all forms of sexual exploitation. We honor and uphold the inherent value of all human beings and believe people are meant to be loved, not used or abused.

 

The misuse of technology facilitates all forms of sexual exploitation, including sex trafficking, prostitution, child on child harmful sexual behavior, sextortion, and sexual abuse. Prevention begins with education, so one of our highest objectives is to educate our youth on how to make healthy media choices.  We offer resources and education on media use for parents, students, and advocates. Parents who strategically incorporate technology into their family can empower their kids to make safe choices online.

We accomplish our mission through 4 focus areas:

In 2019 the Montana legislature passed a resolution recognizing the public health harms of pornography.

"If you follow public health protocols, the most important protective factor is a well-resourced, well-educated parent."
  - Gail Dines, Sociologist

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Have you heard of White Ribbon Week?

Watch an introduction to this media safety program for elementary schools

 

Have you heard of STAND Week?

Click below to learn about a media safety program for middle schools