If you’re ever wondering why porn performers never publicly speak out about abuse or violence they experience on set while still in the industry, read on.
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“Consent” will depict explicit sex scenes alongside documentary-style footage, with the claimed intent of “educating viewers about consent.” Oh, the irony of James Deen being requested to star in this.
One of the adverts was also spotted at Brisbane Airport. It has confirmed on social media that its removal “is a priority.”
Several high-profile K-Pop stars have been named as being members of an online group chat that shared sexually explicit videos of women filmed without their knowledge or consent.
As a therapist who works primarily with male survivors of sexual abuse, I am grateful for the conversations that Leaving Neverland has sparked. As a society, we have still yet to fully understand or recognize how boys and men experience sexual assault.
Even if these moms mean well with creating a few videos that are parent-approved, violence-free and exploitation-free porn is still not harm-free. Especially not for adolescents.
These 4 friends stopped a sexual assault, and then chased down and detained the attacker until police arrived. They’re being hailed as heros, for good reason.
With concerning frequency, creators of YouTube content are sneaking explicit and disturbing scenarios and scenes into kid-targeted videos. Why is this happening?
What started a decade ago as a group of college friends who shared a passion for positively impacting the world has grown into a worldwide movement of millions. These are some milestones we’ve enjoyed along the way.
In a recent viral video that’s received over 3 million views to date, blogger Matt Watson exposes just how quickly YouTube’s professed “kid safe” algorithm quickly sends users down a wormhole of videos exploiting children.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with soliciting prostitution at a spa in Florida. Meanwhile, 67 miles away, 10 spas have been shut down in connection with human sex trafficking.
One teen in Australia’s bowel was so damaged during porn-inspired group anal sex that she’ll need to use a colostomy bag for the rest of her life.