EBSCO and Cosmopolitan Join Forces to Target Middle Schoolers with Sex Ads

The 3 billion dollar EBSCO Information Services boasts of selling its school “research” and “homework” database products to over 50,000 schools and libraries across the country.

Explora for Middle and High School students is streaming sexually graphic articles straight from Cosmo and its K-12 products, targeting captive audience of potentially millions of children and minor youth nationwide.

EBSCO promises non-censorship to its publishing clients, such as Cosmo, and is making big bucks by granting them access to school kids as potential new consumers for the sex industry…

This example is from the Mesa County Public Library of Colorado…

EBSCO and Cosmo are streaming volumes of articles and advertisements at school kids. This example from a Colorado library displays the Cosmo article, “Crazy Kinky Cool” , which encourages kids to try BDSM and even gives instructions for “Beginners”, “Intermediate” and “Advanced” players, complete with images and links to “sex toy” shops that advertise “kink” paraphernalia.



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