Who’s Really Profiting off the Sex-Scandal Candidate? Plus, Courageous Student Confront NCAA/VHSL

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We now have the distinction in Virginia of having a candidate for the General Assembly who has performed sex acts online for money. This isn’t pleasant to discuss—and yet it does need to be addressed, because not only does it reveal the fallout of a “sexual liberation” culture, but also the fact that major abortion groups are proudly defending this candidate. And it sheds light on corporate media complicity with leftwing politics.

In this week’s Speak Up! Virginia podcast, we examine all those cultural layers beneath the scandalous headlines. Plus, Family Research Council’s Meg Kilgannon weighs in on President Trump’s performance on FRC’s straw poll, as well as the bravery of Virginia students confronting statewide sports associations on harmful policies allowing boys to play on girls’ sports teams.

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