Sex trafficking, abuse, and other forms of exploitation blend right in with what’s mainstream, normalized, and celebrated in our porn and sex-obsessed society.
Articles From "Sex Trafficking"
According to the latest report, the U.S.’ level of sex consumption is one of the primary reasons the sex trafficking market exists.
“Behind each video, each image, a shattered, lost human being who needs our help, not our exploitation of them. I started to see everything now with a different perspective.”
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.
The momentary thrill of being noticed by your crush is definitely overshadowed by the many risks of sexting—ending up in court is only one of them.
With these videos, the porn industry is saying to victims of abuse and trafficking, “Your nightmare is a porn consumer’s sexual fantasy.”
“Cyber flashing” is a new online trend which includes sharing explicit content using AirDrop with other iPhone users—and yes, it’s as creepy as it sounds.
We’ve made it easier to get in on this movement for love with these unique and simple ways to donate. There’s an option for every lifestyle and budget.
One of the five things a legitimate modeling agency will almost never ask its clients is to take suggestive or nude photos—especially if they’re underage.
If the consumer knew for an absolute certainty that this pornography was made free of exploitation, would watching it still be harmful?
The issues NXIVM brought to the forefront of society are deeply problematic—but they aren’t isolated. Much of the same abusive behavior is also fetishized by porn.