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To give you a snapshot, reports say local traffickers in some countries were live-streaming an unusually excessive amount of on-demand child sexual abuse during lockdown.
Pornhub reportedly profits from nonconsensual videos and real rape tapes—here are the latest examples they don’t want consumers to know about.
When a local government chooses to acknowledge pornography as a threat to society in a non-binding way, it gives further visibility to the research that shows porn’s harms and sparks further conversations about how we can address it as a society.
As an organization, we have never intended the phrase “Porn Kills Love” to be shaming. Helping people recognize that porn is harmful isn’t about shaming them, it’s about inviting them to truly consider how porn impacts their life.
Thailand reportedly restricted access to Pornhub today for violating the country’s Computer Crime Act, according to a report by the “Thai Examiner.”
This man allegedly made over $21 million from CityXGuide, and a number of affiliated sites like it. And, get this—he registered many of those sites just a day after Backpage was shut down.
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.
Human trafficking cases have been reported in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Individuals who entered the United States with and without legal status have been identified as trafficking victims.
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.
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.
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.