As if the global pandemic wasn’t bad enough, online sexual predators are using the virus as an opportunity to groom children for sexual exploitation.
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UPS announced it would train its delivery drivers to detect signs of trafficking, equipping a total of more than 130,000 drivers and supervisors nationwide to report exploitation.
Pornhub reportedly profits from nonconsensual videos and real rape tapes—here are the latest examples they don’t want consumers to know about.
At least 18 women have come forward and alleged that a porn production company tricked, forced, and coerced them to have sex on camera when they thought they had agreed to a modeling shoot.
According to a recent study, more than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had a sexual encounter.
Many of us see the phrase, “If you see something, say something,” on signs at public transportation stations, but how many of us actually speak up?
Just like porn fuels the demand for sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, it also can drive the demand for CSAM as consumers demand younger and more extreme content.
The future of sex trafficking stings is here. The initiative uses fake internet ads that link to AI chatbots who interact with thousands of sex buyers.
Meet Tevan Tobler, a 16-year-old honor student who was the former president of the National Junior Honor Society, a champion high school wrestler, and an active member in his local community. He’s also a victim of sextortion and took his own life as a result.
What began on a Reddit thread quickly spread across social media and the world as more and more followers concluded that expensive cabinets must mean that there are trafficked children hidden inside.
These claims further confirm that the porn industry is running a good PR campaign that covers over a multitude of misconduct and keeps consumers from knowing the reality behind the scenes.
Add the increased loneliness, boredom, stress, anxiety, and you get a recipe for what some describe as a “diminished capacity” for sexual decision-making.