"Jill & Jessa: Counting On" is proving to be quite the headache for TLC.
They don't care that close to 2 million people tuned into the premiere episode.
Breaking the Silence is a catalytic moment in the emerging movement to end child sexual abuse. We must leverage the momentum of this film and go beyond conversation and into action.
Each year, official government reports indicate that more than 62,000 children are sexually abused. The numbers are especially staggering for girls aged 14-17, of whom researchers estimate more than 17% have experienced sexual abuse.
Dear Anna, there will be Christian voices that will say you need to stay with Josh. They will tell you that you should forgive him. But Anna, you don't have to stay to forgive. I can't tell you what you should or shouldn't do, but I can tell you, and every woman in your situation, that you have choices.
Why has American Christianity become known for the pain it causes? Let American Christianity stop being known as a religion that hurts, as a faith focused on what we're against, and instead let them know we are Christians by our love.
TLC has officially canceled "19 Kids and Counting" following Josh Duggar's child molestation admission. Meanwhile, MSNBC is facing heat for "Sex Slaves in America." We unpack both scandals and explore the ethics and economics of reality TV.