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Washington Examiner: Study shows porn profits from and promotes racism

Originally Published at The Washington Examiner By Sommer Porter It may be tempting to think that watching online pornography is an innocent activity. But the reality is that today’s online pornography is much darker and more exploitative than ever. It’s also rife with racist stereotypes. Despite the blatant evidence of racism in pornography and the commercial…

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One News Now: A cause on which we can all agree

Originally Published at One News Now By Charlie Butts More than 300 organizations have signed on to Exodus Cry‘s Traffickinghub petition calling for the shutdown of Pornhub, which has been accused of being involved in human trafficking and posting pornographic videos of minors. “They are one of the largest, and they’re the most mainstream, and they’re raking…

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The Christian Post: Sex trafficking survivors sue Nevada over legalized prostitution, say it violates 13th Amendment

Originally Published at The Christian Post By Michael Gryboski Survivors of sex trafficking have filed a lawsuit against Nevada, arguing that the state violated the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution when it legalized prostitution. Christen Price, legal counsel for NCOSE, said in a statement Thursday that the 13th Amendment “prohibited the states from re-establishing new forms…

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Representative Vern Buchanan: Manatee, Sarasota & Hillsborough Sheriffs Endorse Buchanan Bill to Protect Kids

Originally Published by Representative Vern Buchanan Congressman Vern Buchanan announced today that Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells, Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight and Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister have endorsed his legislation to protect children from predators. Buchanan’s bill (the CREEPER Act 2.0) will help reduce pedophilia by banning the sale of lifelike child sex…

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Deseret News: Netflix indictment over ‘Cuties’ has legal merit, says National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Originally Published at Deseret News By Herb Scribner Earlier this week, A grand jury filed an indictment against Netflix for lewd visual material depicting a child in the Netflix film “Cuties,” a controversial film that has made headlines for the way it depicts children, according to NBC News. The indictment, which was filed in Texas, said “Cuties” is a film…

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WORLD: Suing sex traffickers

Originally Published at WORLD By Mary Jackson A woman posing as a talent agent allegedly lured a 19-year-old into prostitution and forced her to perform in pornographic films. The victim, identified in court records as Jane Doe, said the pornography companies profited from her online videos even after learning she was being trafficked. Doe filed…

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One News Now: Critical ‘CREEPER Act’ resurfaces

Originally Published at One News New By Charlie Butts Some members of Congress want action against the sale of “sex dolls” in the states. Pat Trueman of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) warns that the dolls, sold through Amazon, Wish, and a variety of other places, are not for little girls to play with. “They’re lifelike dolls,…

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The Published Reporter: NCOSE – Childlike Sex Dolls Must Be Banned In U.S.

Originally Published at The Published Reporter By George McGregor The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) supports the CREEPER Act 2.0 (H.R. 8236) that would ban the sale and possession of childlike sex dolls in the U.S. and was introduced by U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL). “Childlike sex dolls encourage pedophilia and could condition users…

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Huffington Post: ‘It’s Out Of Control’: How QAnon Undermines Legitimate Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Originally Published at HuffPost By Jesselyn Cook Hundreds of protests erupted across the country in recent weeks, purportedly to demand an end to child sex trafficking. From tiny communities such as Poteau, Oklahoma, to Los Angeles, Miami, Denver and other major cities, people stormed the streets, calling for the mass execution of pedophiles and even accusing various…

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International Business Times: Netflix Called Out By National Center On Sexual Exploitation After ‘Cuties’ Release

Originally Published at International Business Times By Catherine Armecin Netflix has been called out by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) over the controversial film “Cuties,” which has drawn criticism for allegedly sexualizing young children. Since August, petitions have been circulating calling for “Cuties” to be taken down and a campaign was launched following its…

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Today: Netflix faces backlash again for French film ‘Cuties’ about young girls

Originally Published at Today By Francesca Gariano Netflix is receiving more backlash on social media after the French film “Cuties” debuted on the streaming platform Wednesday. The film, directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. “Cuties” follows an 11-year-old girl living in Paris who wants to join a local “free-spirited dance crew.”…

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NBC News: Netflix faces backlash again for French film ‘Cuties’ about young girls

Originally Published at NBC News By Francesca Gariano Netflix is receiving more backlash on social media after the French film “Cuties” debuted on the streaming platform Wednesday. The film, directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. “Cuties” follows an 11-year-old girl living in Paris who wants to join a local “free-spirited dance…

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