Sex traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to lure their victims into exploitation. Porn is the marketing department of the sex trafficking industry.
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“Now, when I see porn ads, it even makes me feel sick. The issue is, how can we simply put a price to belittle and exploit others?”
“At 7 years old or so, I was groomed with adult porn, then child porn, and then I was used in it… Boys are abused, trafficked for sex, and used in porn.”
I used to think the guy in porn was totally enjoying what he received, but what porn doesn’t show you is the immense anguish of being taken advantage of.
“Since then, our relationship as father and son has blossomed into something more beautiful than anything I could have ever imagined.”
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What started as a chance viewing of magazines has evolved into a full-blown struggle with consuming violent porn focused on pain and humiliation.
“I was 16 when a secret online crush introduced me to the world of anime. As a sheltered daughter from a conservative home, I was instantly enamored.”
“After our first son was born, I found it in the search history again, I felt betrayed and sick to my stomach scrolling through descriptions of women that looked nothing like me.”
A recent scam involves fraudulent emails to makeup artists attempting to lure these aspiring professionals to cities in the US and Australia.
Men aren’t the only ones with porn habits. Research shows more women are consuming porn, and it’s having negative effects on their relationships, too.