~ Welcome to AntiPornography.org ~
PREVENTING AND COMBATING THE DEVASTATING HARMS OF
PORNOGRAPHY, PROSTITUTION, SEX TRAFFICKING & SEXUAL SLAVERY
Ex-Porn Stars Exposing the Truth About the Harms of the Industry
 
 
NOTE: For more than 15 VIDEOS on this topic please scroll down.  Thank you.
 
                                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
On this page are videos, testimony, and quotes of former pornography performers such as Traci Lords and Shelley Lubben speaking out about the various harms of pornography such as sexually transmitted diseases, mental illness, sexual abuse and trauma, drug abuse, etc.

                                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Traci Lords On the Oprah Show:

"At the age of 15, Traci Lords became one of the most famous adult film stars. By the age of 18, she had made 19 adult sex films.

   Traci's career in the sex industry began when she ran away from home at age 15. She obtained a fake I.D. "mainly to get a job…as a waitress, just some sort of employment," Traci says. "I was really desperate."
 

When she answered an ad for a figure model in a local newspaper, she was quickly swept up into the porn industry. Nude modeling led to a centerfold in Penthouse, which quickly led to hard-core pornography.

"I really did feel important in that world; I felt more powerful—I felt like for the first time in my life I had control."

"I had stars in my eyes," she recalls. "And I thought, 'Okay…maybe this is a way of having the attention and having everybody like me."

Traci grew up in an abusive home and was raped at the age of 10 by a neighborhood boy. Battling her "self-loathing,"

 

 

Traci says turning to the porn industry was her way of getting attention. "It wasn't about sex… it was about numbing out, finding a place to put that anger. I was very aggressive…it was vengeance…it was about attention."

 

   In May 1986, shortly after Traci's 18th birthday, the FBI raided Traci's home. By that time, she was a porn superstar and addicted to alcohol and drugs. "I was really angry; I was at the end of my rope," she says.

 


"I didn't see [the FBI] as my saviors at the time…but now I look back at it and I'm really grateful that they did that. Ultimately I had a second chance, a new lease on life."

After years of therapy, Traci today is an established actress, who has appeared on many TV shows and movies. She decided to keep her stage name after all. "I found you can run but you cannot hide," she says. "I really built myself a solid career and got my self-esteem.""

 

From the Oprah Show:

A Porn Star Gone Straight: The Traci Lords Story

Read Traci Lords' autobiography:

Traci Lords: Underneath It All

                                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Working In Porn Is A Dead End Trip To Nowhere 

By Ex-Porn Performer Vanessa B.

I used to be in the "adult entertainment" industry. I did over 50 porn scenes, danced at strip clubs, and dabbled in "escorting" -- AKA prostitution. As a sex worker, I heard from countless young girls asking me how to get in the business and how to be "successful" in porn. Now that I am finally out of this business and seeing it for what it is, I ask why? Why do so many girls these days aspire to have sex on camera, or dance naked in the laps of strange men? What happened?

One only has to look back to the 90's and 80's to see how things have changed (and not for the better). Back then, women (and most men, for that matter), got into porn out of desperation. The majority of sex workers fell into the business and did it secretly, hoping that they could just make some quick money and get out. Now, girls actually look at adult entertainment as a viable career option. 

This is dangerous and incredibly misguided. Young women should be aspiring to something real, something that will take them somewhere in life. Porn is often nothing but a dead end. 

Here is the pattern I have seen over and over again in my 7 years in this industry: Girl gets into porn, shoots regularly for about 6 months to a year doing relatively tame sex scenes. Work starts to slow down, so girl decides to do more hardcore scenes (things like anal, multiple men etc.). Work slows down again. Girl now starts escorting and becomes "open" to doing just about anything on camera to get work. Eventually, there is no company willing to shoot her and porn work is dried up. Girl usually has no work history and often no schooling, and now is essentially stuck with escorting, stripping, webcamming and any porn work she might be able to scrape up. 

Now the girl has a black mark on her reputation forever and no matter what else she does in life, there are videos all over the Internet of her engaging in various sexual acts. She can never take it back or hide it. All she can do is hope that future employers, potential mates and others never see it or are very understanding about her past. (And even those who are understanding still look at her differently. You can never unring that bell.) This cycle usually only takes 2-3 years. That is not a career, and it's nothing to look up to or hope for. 

I'm not saying to ban porn, or demonize the people in it, but this is not something so many young girls should want to do. There is something fundamentally wrong when you have young women thinking that having sex for money is glamorous or fun. This is not the message our society should be sending out. Society seems to accept porn, but the truth is, once you're known as "that girl that did porn", people will never quite look at you the same way. They will never have the respect for you that you deserve and crave. Young women need to be taught to value themselves and their bodies, not that "hooking up" is no big deal and that porn is just another path to fame and fortune. 

I wish that I had aspired to more, dreamed of something bigger. Now I have to deal with my past for the rest of my life. We need to get THAT message out, that porn leads nowhere, that sex is something you shouldn't just give away to anyone and everyone.

I only hope that my stories and experiences can help someone think carefully before making a decision that can alter their life and ruin many future opportunities. Please understand that porn is not a legitimate career path. If you're lucky, you'll get a couple of years before you're "shot out" and used up. And chances are, you won't have much to show for it. 

Aspire to something real, something that will truly fulfill you, not sex work.

                          

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
 

Why Would Montana Fishburne Become a Porn Star? 

- By Jennie Ketcham - (Formerly known as "Penny Flame")

From the day I entered the adult business to the present moment, one question arises in every interview regarding pornography. "Why did you get in the business?" While I was participating in the creation of films, my answers were generally something along the lines of, "Well, I love sex so this makes sense!" Or, "I've always been comfortable with my sexuality, and this seems like a fun way to explore!" And as someone who has interviewed plenty of Porn Stars for my own productions, I've heard just about every answer there seems to be.

"It's empowering!"
 
"I needed the money."
 
"Porn is pretty mainstream, so I'm hoping to cross over one day."
 
After I left the business, my answers changed drastically, and thanks to intensive therapy, I'm now able to comprehend more fully why the adult industry became my industry. Superficial answer? Money. This is the answer most people seem to like because it's something we can all grasp. However, when you take this superficial answer out of the equation, as money is probably not a motivational factor behind Montana Fishburne's entry into the adult business, the question poses a great gaping hole in our society. Montana, her family and the people who interview her will run to throw answers in that hole, filling it to the brim to make sense of a seemingly senseless act.
 
But this isn't Montana's first go-round in the world of selling sex, the young Fishburne and her attention seeking behavior apparently got in some trouble in 2009 in Hollywood, and she was later charged with prostitution. And perhaps you are asking yourself the same question I've asked myself since leaving porn -- What is the difference between being a Porn Star and being a prostitute? Fundamentally, nothing. As a Porn Star, you sell sex for money the same you do as a prostitute. Emotionally? Socially? Theoretically? What are the bigger differences between pornography and prostitution, and what must a girl convince herself of, in order to be in either of these professions? I'm not quite sure about Montana, as I never interviewed her personally, but here are a few of the things I had to believe in order to be a successful Porn Star.
 
First Belief: Porn Stars are different than prostitutes because we pay taxes, it's on camera, in front of the world, and not in some dark scary alley. It's different because the person I am being paid to have sex with is being paid to have sex with me too. There are conventions that welcome me, such as the AVN Expo in Vegas, whereas there are no conventions (with fans) for prostitutes. Therefore, I am not a prostitute.
 
Second Belief: My participation in pornography doesn't hurt anybody, not even me.
 
Third Belief: My parents should be proud of me for being such a successful woman in this male-driven business.
 
Fourth Belief: Using my sexuality to obtain money, respect and success is empowering.
 
Fifth Belief: Doing this temporarily will take me somewhere better permanently.
 
When I quit, and started going to therapy, I had to deconstruct each of these beliefs, as they'd become so ingrained in my way of thinking they had taken over my way of living.
 
First Truth: There really is no difference between being a Porn Star and being a prostitute. One is a bit safer than the other and tested for STD's, but for the most part they are the same. In fact, the majority of Porn Stars sideline as prostitutes, or "Escorts," although they will deny it vehemently.
 
Second Truth: My participation in pornography, while accepted by my family (I was honest from the beginning), still broke the hearts of those who love me. My Mom and Dad had wanted more for me than selling sex. My little brother had to deal with kids at school who made fun of him because his sister was a whore. My little sister, who once looked up to me, thought I was taking the easy way out. And as mentioned, I've been in therapy for the past year and a half trying to rehabilitate myself from the damages both I, and my participation in pornography, caused. To say "selling sex for money won't harm you" is to say seismic activity today, won't cause tidal waves hundreds of miles away tomorrow.
 
Third Truth: My parents are proud of me no matter what I do. But they knew I could do more.
 
Fourth Truth: Using my sexuality to be financially stable, respected and successful is not empowering. It is manipulative and the same as sleeping with your boss to get a raise. I am a hustler and a master manipulator. Going back to school is empowering because I am creating a sustainable future with my mind, not my vagina.
 
Fifth Truth: Doing porn temporarily will dig you deeper down the pornographic hole. When and if women are lucky enough to climb out, they will need tons of therapy to understand why they choose to prostitute themselves for mere peanuts. And if they don't get that kind of help, it is my personal opinion they will be faced with challenges in their intimate and social lives, daily.
 
So there is a much bigger answer to a very small question, with many implications shrouded in gray. Perhaps Montana never figured out how to get positive attention from her Dad, and this is her go-to. Maybe she is just as manipulative as me, and her age and career choices prohibit her from recognizing her truths. Maybe she is trying to create her own path in the public eye, and is too afraid to follow in her Dad's mainstream footsteps -- as they are large shoes to fill. Whatever her current and probably superficial reasons behind getting into porn may be, one thing is guaranteed: There will be a day when this is not a viable career, and she will be left exposed, without the Chippy D persona, to find her own truths as Montana.
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
QUOTES BY FORMER PORNOGRAPHY PERFORMERS ABOUT THE HARMS OF PORNOGRAPHY:

NOTE: These quotes were compiled by SHELLEY LUBBEN and are from ShelleyLubben.com. PLEASE GO TO THAT WEBSITE and read the FULL STORIES of all of these ex-porn stars. Click here. Thank you!

  • Jessie Jewels: "People in the porn industry are numb to real life and are like zombies walking around. The abuse that goes on in this industry is completely ridiculous. The way these young ladies are treated is totally sick and brainwashing. I left due to the trauma I experienced even though I was there only a short time."
  • Genevieve:"I had bodily fluids all over my face that had to stay on my face for ten minutes. The abuse and degradation was rough. I sweated and was in deep pain. On top of the horrifying experience, my whole body ached, and I was irritable the whole day. The director didn't really care how I feltt; he only wanted to finish the video."
  • Roxy (Shelley): "They told me if had my AIDS test that I'd be safe. I arrived on the set with my test and did a hardcore scene with two men. Within that week I was very sick with a fever of 104 and blisters all over my mouth, throat and private area. I looked like a monster. The doctor told me I had Genital Herpes. I wanted to die."
  • Neesa: "The truth is I let my lifestyle get the best of me. I hate life. I'm a mess. A disaster. I've attempted suicide many times."
  • Jersey Jaxin: "Guys punching you in the face. You have semen from many guys all over your face, in your eyes. You get ripped. Your insides can come out of you. It's never ending."
  • Nadia Styles: "I found out 2 days later that I had caught gonorrhea in my first scene! As quick as that the glamour of being a porn star was gone. In the five years I was shooting I caught Gonorrhea and Chlamydia many times. Sometimes both at the same time about every 3-5 months." 
  • Tamra Toryn: "As for myself, I ended up paying the price from working in the porn industry. In 2006, not even 9 months in, I caught a moderate form of dysplasia of the cervix(which is a form of HPV, a sexually transmitted disease) and later that day, I also found out I was pregnant. I had only 1 choice which was to abort the baby during my first month. It was extremely painful emotionally and physically. When it was all over, I cried my eyes out."
  • Sierra Sinn: "My first scene was one of the worst experiences of my life. It was very scary. It was a very rough scene. My agent didn't let me know ahead of time... I did it and I was crying and they didn't stop. It was really violent. He was hitting me. It hurt. It scared me more than anything. They wouldn't stop. They just kept rolling." "Drugs are huge. They're using viagra. It's unnatural. The girls will be on xanax and vicodin."
  • Elizabeth Rollings: "I didnt want to feel the pain of penetration from an over average sized man, being told to freeze in a position until the camera man was happy with his shots was very painful. I had peoples body fluids forced on my face or anywhere else the producer pleased and I had to accept it or else no pay. Sometimes you would get to a gig and the producer would change what the scene was supposed to be to something more intense and again if you didn't like it, too bad, you did it or no pay."
  • Crissy Moran: "I went through more heartbreaks and became suicidal. I was taken to the hospital for panic attacks. I tried to overdose on xanax, strangle myself, and cut my wrists but not nearly deep enough. I was too scared of the pain."
  • Becca Brat: "I hung out with a lot of people in the Adult industry, everybody from contract girls to gonzo actresses. Everybody has the same problems. Everybody is on drugs. It's an empty lifestyle trying to fill up a void." "I became horribly addicted to heroin and crack. I overdosed at least 3 times, had tricks pull knives on me, have been beaten half to death."
  • Lara Roxx: "We should think about these issues right now, to change stuff around to make this a safer f**kin business. It isnt a safe business, and I thought it was, and I would have not did that scene with no condom with Darren James if it would have crossed my mind that those tests werent good and that I couldnt trust him or the people hes been with. I thought porn people were the cleanest people in the world, is what I thought." (Lara was diagnosed with HIV in April, 2004 along with four other porn stars.) 

Once again, please note that these quotes and stories were compiled by SHELLEY LUBBEN and are from ShelleyLubben.com. PLEASE GO TO THAT WEBSITE and read the FULL STORIES of all of these ex-porn stars. Click here. Thank you!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

                                     

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Playlists of 13+ videos of former porn stars speaking out against the harms of pornography.
 

                                       

 

JOIN US AT OUR SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES!

          Follow Me on Pinterest   

PLEASE SHARE THIS PAGE AND OUR WEBSITE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND OTHERS TO HELP SUPPORT THE CAUSE! THANK YOU!

Share Share          

PLEASE HELP TO CREATE A BETTER AND SAFER WORLD FOR EVERYONE BY MAKING A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION!

Please subscribe to our Newsletter! Thanks!
I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE LIKE OUR PAGE AT FACEBOOK!
THANK YOU!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR 7 YOUTUBE CHANNELS! THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR ANTIPORNOGRAPHY TWITTER! THANKS!

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR ENDPROSTITUTION TWITTER! THANKS!

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR ENDSEXTRAFFIC TWITTER! THANKS!

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR PORNADDICTHELP1 TWITTER! THANKS!

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR NOSADOMASOCHISM TWITTER! THANKS!

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR HEALTHYSEXNLOVE TWITTER! THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE TAKE A STAND AGAINST THE HARMS OF PORNOGRAPHY, PROSTITUTION, SEX TRAFFICKING & SEXUAL SLAVERY BY JOINING OUR NEW CAUSE AT CAUSES.COM!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS ARE NEEDED TO HELP COMBAT THE HARMS OF PORNOGRAPHY, PROSTITUTION, SEX TRAFFICKING & SEXUAL SLAVERY. PLEASE SUPPORT THE CAUSE BY MAKING A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION. THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DONATE YOUR OLD VEHICLE TO CARS 4 CAUSES TO SUPPORT THE IMPORTANT WORK OF ANTIPORNOGRAPHY.ORG! IT'S TAX-DEDUCTIBLE!

Your car, boat, RV or motorcycle will be picked up for FREE from anywhere in the United States - usually within 24 hours!

70% of the proceeds of the sale will support our organization's work to combat the harms of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking & sexual slavery, and the rest will go to support Cars 4 Causes' youth oriented charity programs.

~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~

Click HERE or on the image above to visit AntiPornography.org's page at Cars 4 Causes to learn more or to start the donation process. Or call Cars 4 Causes at 1-888-392-8278 and let them know that you would like to donate your old vehicle to our organization. THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE SHARE THIS PAGE AND OUR WEBSITE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND OTHERS TO HELP SUPPORT THE CAUSE! THANK YOU!

Share Share          

web counter

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO "LIKE" OR SHARE OUR WEBSITE AT FACEBOOK. THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

YOU CAN ALSO TWEET THIS PAGE, TWEET TO US, OR TWEET #ANTIPORN TWEETS OF ANY KIND!

                        

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please support the fight against the global epidemic of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking and sex slavery by making a tax-deductible donation.

      THANK YOU FOR WHATEVER YOU'RE ABLE TO DO TO HELP!


"We can tell our values by looking at our checkbook stubs."

Gloria Steinem

AntiPornography.org is a 501(c)(3) IRS approved organization and all donations are tax-deductible to the full-extent allowed by law.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please check out and follow our Tweets from our AntiPornography.org Twitter and our other accounts! Thanks!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE SUPPORT THIS CAUSE BY FOLLOWING *ALL* OF OUR TWITTER ACCOUNTS. THANKS!             

                                                      

                  

                         

                      

             

        

       

Join the 16,000+ people who are following us at all of our Twitter accounts combined!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ALSO PLEASE SUPPORT THE CAUSE BY LIKING AND SHARING OUR FAN PAGE AT FACEBOOK BELOW, AND BY STOPPING BY OUR PAGE TO SHARE COMMENTS AND RESOURCES, ETC. THANKS!  

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

CHECK OUT OUR BOARDS AND PINS AT OUR PINTEREST SITES,
AND PLEASE FOLLOW US THERE TO STAY IN TOUCH AND TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE! THANKS!

 

Visit AntiPornography.org NonreligiousNonprofit's profile on Pinterest.

Follow @AntiPornography       Follow @ENDProstitution       Follow @ENDSexTraffic   

    Follow @NOSadomasochism       Follow @HealthySexNLove       Follow @PornAddictHelp1       Follow @ENDSexAbuseNOW 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please watch, like and share our videos! Also please feel free to comment on them at YouTube! And don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! Many more videos are coming soon! :-)

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FOLLOW US AT INSTAGRAM!

                                 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please check out and support our new project! 

 

 

 

We do outreach to women in strip clubs by giving them small gift bags to let them know that they are loved and that they are valued as more than sex objects. We also make ourselves available to them after that for further help and support, if they are interested in learning more, or in leaving the sex industry and transitioning to a healthier, safer, and more fulfilling life.

To learn more about this project or to get involved, please click on the banner above or the link below. Thanks!

http://touchawomansheart.wordpress.com/

To directly support this vital effort, please feel free to make a tax-deductible donation. (All donations made via the below button will for directly to this project.) Thank you!

Your contributions really make a difference and we really appreciate your support of our work to help abused and exploited women!   

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE NOTE THAT EVERY PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS AND WILL BE ADDED TO AND IMPROVED OVER TIME. IF YOU WOULD LIKE THIS SITE TO BE EXPANDED AND IMPROVED MORE QUICKLY, SO WE CAN DO MORE TO PREVENT AND COMBAT THE HARMS OF PORNOGRAPHY, PROSTITUTION AND SEX TRAFFICKING, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DONATE MUCH NEEDED FUNDS OR VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME. THANKS!     DONATE HERE    -    VOLUNTEER HERE 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

BELOW IS THE BEGINNING OF OUR WEBSITE FOOTER WITH OUR SOCIAL NETWORKING LINKS, NEWSLETTER FORM, DONATION BUTTON, AND COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY, ANTI-PROSTITUTION, ANTI-SEX TRAFFICKING AND RELATED RESOURCES. IF YOU FEEL SOMETHING IS MISSING AND SHOULD BE ADDED TO THESE RESOURCES, WHETHER IT IS YOUR OWN WEBSITE OR PROJECT, OR ANOTHER RESOURCE CREATED BY SOMEONE ELSE, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SUBMIT IT HERE. THANKS!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please check out and support this upcoming End Exploitation conference --

hosted by Pornography Harms!

http://www.endexploitationsummit.com

 

Please check out Stop Porn Culture's 2014 summer conference in Boston!

http://stoppornculture.org/events/

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 CHECK OUT AND BUY THIS GREAT BOOK!

Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality  

- by Gail Dines

 

Click picture above to order "PORNLAND" at Amazon.com now!
 
DESCRIPTION
 
Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality takes an unflinching look at today’s porn industry: the stories woven into the images, the impact on our culture, the effects on us as men and women, the business machine that creates and markets porn, and the growing legitimacy of porn in mainstream media. Above all, PORNLAND examines the way porn shapes and limits sexual imaginations and behaviors.
 
Although we are surrounded by pornographic images, many people are not aware of just how cruel and violent the industry is today. PORNLAND shows how today’s porn is strikingly different from yesterday’s Playboy and Penthouse magazines — how competition in the industry and consumer desensitization have pushed porn toward hard core extremes. And, with the advent of the internet and other digital technologies, users don’t have to wander far to access porn; todaythe average age of first viewing is about 11 for boys, and studies reveal that young men, who consume more porn than ever before, have difficulty forming healthy relationships.
 
PORNLAND also looks at how our porn culture affects the way women and girls think about their bodies, their sexuality and their relationships. PORNLAND: How Porn has Hijacked our Sexuality argues that rather than sexually liberating or empowering us, porn offers us a plasticized, formulaic, generic version of sex that is boring, lacking in creativity and disconnected from emotion and intimacy.
 
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EXCERPTS
 
Introduction - Porn and the Industrialization of Sex (Excerpt)
 
One - Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler: Paving the Way for Today’s Porn Industry

Two - Pop goes the Porn Culture: Mainstreaming Porn

Three - From the Backstreet to Wall Street: The Big Business of Porn

Four - Grooming For Gonzo: Becoming a Man in a Porn Culture

Five - Leaky Images: How Porn Seeps into Men’s Lives

Six - Visible or Invisible: Growing up Female in a Porn Culture (Excerpt) 

(Click here for full chapter)

Seven - Racy Sex, Sexy Racism: Porn from the Dark Side (Excerpt)

(Click here for full chapter)

Eight - Children: The Final Taboo

Conclusion - Fighting Back

 CLICK PICTURES ABOVE TO ORDER "PORNLAND" AT AMAZON.COM NOW

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please pardon any errors, omissions, or technical problems, etc., with this website, and please feel free to help us out by informing us about them here.  Thanks. And if you would like to contribute to this website being developed more quickly, please feel free to donate here. Thank you! Your support is very much appreciated and will definitely make a difference.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

HOME    Responses to Frequently Asked Questions & Pro-Pornography Arguments

Share Anti-Porn Thoughts  Sign Up for Newsletter 101+ Ways You Can Help  Definitions 

Share Your Story Of Harm by Pornography, etc.  Read 100 Stories of Others

Share Positive Feedback about AntiPornography.org   Watch Documentaries  

Share AntiPornography.org with Others  Recommend Resources & Websites

Submit Original Content to Be Posted at AntiPornography.org (Essays & Articles, etc)

Jenna Jameson's 25 Good Reasons Why No One Would Ever Want to Become a Porn Star

Watch Best Documentary: "The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexualities, & Relationships"

Watch "Who Wants to Be a Porn Star? Sex and Violence in Today's Pornography Industry"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

For more information about the documented harms of pornography please visit the extremely informative website Pornography Harms at PornHarms.com.  

"Dedicated to providing the most accurate peer-reviewed research on the harm from pornography, along with relevant news and opinion."  


This outstanding website comprehensively addresses the harms of pornography in regards to all of the following categories: addiction, brain science, children, cybersex, family, Internet, Internet safety, marriage, men, psychological, prostitution, relationships, research, self image, sex trafficking, sexting, sexual violence, societal, STDs, teens, and women.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNELS! THANKS!

      

      

   

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE FOLLOW US AT OUR BLOGS!

BLOGS:  Blogger  Wordpress  Tumblr

NOTE: Blogger has many videos and news feeds. Wordpress and Tumblr don't. All have cross-posted Facebook posts and other info and resources.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SUPPORT US AT CAUSES.COM!

AntiPornography.org Causes Page

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

      THANKS AGAIN! YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE CAUSE IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A URL shortcut for this website is AntiPorn.org or antiporn.org. Thank you!

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please feel free to add this button to your blog or website.  It will bring people here to AntiPornography.org so that they will be able to learn exactly how pornography hurts people  and what they can do to help. Get HTML code here.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"Frequently Asked Questions & Responses to Pro-Pornography Arguments"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 

From Pornography to Porno to Porn: How Porn Became the Norm

"Pornography is everywhere, and as it becomes more common in all forms of media, it is also becoming more sexist, violent, and graphic. These forms of pornography are also becoming more and more common among children and teens. Why we should worry about pornified America."  

Pamela Paul from Design4 Marketing Communications on Vimeo.

 

For videos of panel discussions with Pamela Paul, as well as links to all of her articles and her other groundbreaking work addressing the harms of pornography, including her testimony  for the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, "Why the Government Should Care about Pornography,” as well as information about her best-selling book,  "Pornified: How Pornography Is Damaging Our Lives, Our Relationships, and Our Families," please see our page on this website about the work of Pamela Paul. Click here.

For all videos and papers from "The Social Costs of Pornography" conference, please click here. For the full 2010 final report from the conference, "The Social Costs of Pornography: A Statement of Findings and Recommendations," please click here.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~  NO-PORN PLEDGE  ~~

Have you taken the NO-PORN PLEDGE at NoPornPledge.com yet? If not, now would be a really great time to do so!  Please click here or the banner below.

~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

See the list of many people from all around the world who have signed the No-Porn Pledge. Click here

Read the reasons why they have signed in the No-PornPledge Guestbook. Click here. Don't forget to join them by signing the pledge and sharing your reasons why in the guestbook there as well!

From NoPornPledge.com:

"Join a growing number of people who have made a decision to eliminate porn from their lives. Sign your name, and publicly declare that you won't use porn, or have an intimate relationship with anyone who does."

~~  TAKE THE PLEDGE NOW  ~~

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

At AntiPornography.org we are working to prevent and combat the devastating harms of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking and sexual slavery, as well as all other forms of sexual exploitation, through public education and advocacy. We are:
 
 
Anti-Censorship, Pro-Free Speech, Nonreligious, Anti-Banning

Anti-Sexism, Anti-Exploitation, Anti-Slavery, Anti-Violence ~

Pro-Education, Pro Safe, Healthy, Respectful, Equality-Based Sexuality 

Pro-reasonable regulation of the pornography industry for the health and safety of the performers.

*Please see FAQ for more information on all of the above.  Thank you!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 

 
RESOURCES, FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS AND ALLIES:

NOTE: All those marked with * are friends, subscribers, or followers of AntiPornography.org at our social networking projects at Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, Twitter or Pinterest, or have demonstrated support for our work otherwise, such as providing content for this website or linking to us or to one of our blogs and/or social networking projects. Also please note that the below list is a work in progress and that it is not complete. Please share any errors, omissions or suggestions here. Thank you!


WOMEN AND GIRLS FOCUSED RESOURCES:  

(For family, children, men and addiction focused resources, please scroll down.)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ORGANIZATIONS GROUPS AND WEBSITES:  

*Stop Porn Culture    *Anti-Porn Activist Network    *No Porn Northampton

No Porn Pledge   One Angry Girl Anti-Porn Resource Center    *Against Pornography

*Anti-Porn Feminists (Anti-Porn London)   Playboy: Talkin' Trash  *Girls Against Porn  

Pink Cross Foundation  Bin the Bunny    *The Rise of Eros    Stop Patriarchy

*JoinPornBusters YouTube Channel    The Price of Pleasure Documentary Film Website  

*Make Love Not Porn (Not technically anti-porn but shows differences of porn vs. real life.)

Somebody's Daughter   *Fight the New Drug  *pornTRUTH

*Feminist Against Porn Alliance

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

'ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ACTIVIST INDIVIDUALS, AUTHORS AND FILMMAKERS:  
 
 
 
 
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ANTI-PROSTITUTION/TRAFFICKING/SEXUAL EXPLOITATION/ABUSE SITES, ETC:
 
 
The above channels are AntiPornography.org pjts with MANY videos & helpful resources! 
 
 
 

Polaris Project     Breaking Free     SAGE (Standing Against Global Exploitation)  

The Lola Green Baldwin Foundation    Stop Demand Foundation  Genderberg

*SCASE (Scottish Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation)    Our Voices Matter   

*CAASE  (Chicago Coalition against Sexual Exploitation)  StopTraffickingDemand.com

*BSCC (Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition)  Beauty from Ashes   *Not for Sale Campaign 

New York Anti-Trafficking Coalition   Coalition for Action on Sexism and True Equality

*Is There Something I Can Do?  *StAT (Stand Against Trafficking)  *Stop Slavery Here

*Artists United for Social Justice  Freedom & Justice Center (For Prostitution Resources)

Donna M. Hughes, PhD  (Dignity List)   Chicago Coalition for the Homeless  

Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault    Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
FEMINIST, WOMEN & GIRLS ADVOCATE ORGANIZATIONS & GROUPS, ETC:

*Equality Now    *The F-Word    *Off Our Backs     *Women for Women International

Object (UK)     *Global Fund for Women  *London Feminist Network  *Feminist.com

*The National Organization for Women (NOW)    Feminist Majority Foundation  (FMF)

*Feminist Campus   Ms. Magazine  *Safe World 4 Women   *Women's Law Society

*WomensLaw.org   *U.S. Department of State's Office of Global Women's Issues  

*SIGI.org  *GlobalSister.org  FeministGifts.com  *The Date Safe Project  *VAWNet  

*No Statute of Limitations   *RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network) 

*The National Domestic Violence Hotline  *Guard Yourself Now 

Chicago Foundation for Women    *The Women's Media Center  The F-Files

*Free Girl Foundation  *Girls Fight Back   *The Girl Effect   *Girls for Gender Equity   

*Girl Fest Hawaii    *Girl Fest Bay Area   *Rain & Thunder  *Women's Space

 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

MEN AGAINST SEXISM, VIOLENCE, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION  & ABUSE, ETC.

NOMAS (National Organization of Men Against Sexism )  *NOMAS Boston  

*Men Can Stop Rape   *My Strength Campaign   *Men Stopping Violence  

*MASV (Men Against Sexual Violence)   *The White Ribbon Campaign (CA)  

*Allies Against Rape Culture   *Men Against Rape and Sexism   

*Feminist Fred    Stan Goff     *Byron Hurt     The Anti Porn Men Project

Jackson Katz   10 Things Men Can Do to Prevent Gender Violence  

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MEDIA, FREE SPEECH, & OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS & SITES:  

*Media Watch  *Media Education Foundation Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press

Miboda Agency

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MESSAGE BOARDS AND FORUMS FOR HELP, INFORMATION & SUPPORT:

LiveJournal Against Pornography Community     Genderberg (Feminist) 

(Note: More content will be visible at above two boards after sign-up and approval) 

IMPORTANT NOTE: There are MANY anti-porn groups and pages at Facebook.
 
Just search GROUPS and pages for "anti-porn," "antiporn," "anti-pornography" & "antipornography"
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FAMILY, CHILDREN, MEN & ADDICTION FOCUSED RESOURCES:   

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, AND WEBSITES: 

*Pornography Harms    *Enough Is Enough   *CP80 Internet Porn Solution

ProtectKids.com     Victims of Pornography     Citizens Against Pornography    

National Law Center  for Children and Families    *Traffic Control, the Movie  

*Porn Nation    Morality in Media     Maryland Coalition Against Pornography   

*Teens Against Porn     Utah Coalition Against Pornography    BraveHearts

Report Online Child Pornography/Exploitation at CyberTipLine.com or 1-800-843-5678

*Darkness 2 Light    *XXX Church    Department of Justice  ThePornTalk.com  

Social Costs of PornographyConference Videos   Papers   Report of Findings

*Safe Eyes (InternetSafety.com)  *Convenant Eyes   Internet Filter Review   

*Women for Decency     AntiChildPorn.org    *Fathers Against Pornography

Vice Report - News on impact of pornography & sex addiction, new technology, legal issues for employers, etc.

Say No to Pornography Pakistan - Let's Wage a War Against Pornography Blogspot

Canadians Addressing Sexual Exploitation  (C.A.S.E.) (Canada)

CANADA - List of other anti-pornography and related Canadian organizations

(Scroll down on above link to get to the list of organizations)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ACTIVIST INDIVIDUALS, AUTHORS, AND THERAPISTS:  

*Pat Trueman  (Founder of Pornography Harms) Pamela Paul  (Author of "Pornified")

Dr. Jill C. Manning (Author:"What's the Big Deal about Pornography? A Guide for the Internet Generation")

Dr. Judith Reisman   *Dr. Robi Sonderegger

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ANTI-PROSTITUTION/TRAFFICKING/SEXUAL EXPLOITATION/ABUSE SITES, ETC:  

*Shared Hope International   EndDemand.org    *The Defenders USA    Free the Slaves

*IJM Institute (International Justice Mission)   *Global Centurion   *Live2free

*ECPAT - USA (End Child Prostitution & Trafficking)  *Beyond Borders (ECPATCanada)

*T-Stop (Texas Sex Trafficking Obliteration Project)   *Love146 NYC Task Force

*End Slavery NT (End Slavery in Tennessee and Beyond)   *Chab Dai Coalition

*Justice and Care (South Asia)  *Rock Against Slavery   End Demand

Overexposed, the Movie   Call and Response, the Movie    *Nowhere2Hide

CASEY (Community Against Sexual Exploitation of Youth. Canada)   

 
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

OTHER RELATED ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, WEBSITES & CAUSES:

*Parents Television Council   *Web Wise Kids   *InternetSafety.com

*ClearInternational   *Cyber Safety Book  (Ken Knapton)   *Optenet PC

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

AntiPornography.org supports the CP80 Internet Pornography Solution that provides an option for Internet users to protect children and others from unwanted exposure to pornography. (For those who choose it only.) Please click on the button below to find out more information or to learn how you can support CP80 also.

Help protect children from Internet pornography by supporting the CP80 Internet Channel Initiative

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION AND COMPULSION HELP AND SUPPORT:  

*PornAddictionHelp YouTube Channel - AntiPornography.org project with MANY videos & resources!

*Inner Gold    *Fight the New Drug   *Through the Flame   *Compulsions Solutions   

*Porn Game Over    MeadowCrest   Dr. Drew Pinsky    HealthySex.com (Wendy Maltz)

Sexual Recovery Institute    *Just Be Well    *No-Porn.com  No-Porn.com Message Board

*Impulse Treatment Center (Sex Addict Treatment - Don L. Matthews)   *Covenant Eyes

*Mindful Recovery   My Porn Addiction Story - Porn Addiction Help from a Former Addict

Porn Addicts Anonymous  Porn & Relationships Q&A (By "Porn Trap's'" Wendy Maltz) 

Porn Addict Hubby  (Relationship Rescue for Wives & Girlfriends of Internet Porn Addicts)

Partners of Sex Addicts Resource Center    The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH)

Don't Reward Bad Behaviour - Guidance for Partners of Porn Addicts  Desert Solace

Petra Bueskens of PPMD Therapy (Australia)   PPMD Therapy Facebook   Guilty Pleasure

QuitPorn Group Text Hotline - "To become a member and join our group text community, start by texting QUITPORN to 23559"  Twitter: @QuitPornHotline  YouTube: QuitPornTextHotline

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LOOKING FOR A SEX OR PORN ADDICTION THERAPIST OR COUNSELOR? 

Check out this very helpful directory of over 1,000 entries in the United States!

http://www.abattleplan.com/counselors-therapists-sex-addiction-directory/

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ACCOUNTABILITY SOFTWARE:

Saavi Accountability -- The only online accountability program that works with all online addictions. It is also the only program that sends notifications instantly via text message to an accountability partner so that they can be supportive when an individual needs it the most at the point of weakness, while they are accessing the online content. The software was created by a young man (26) who overcame his addiction and is trying to help others.  

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ADDICTION MESSAGE BOARDS & DISCUSSION FORUMS FOR HELP & SUPPORT:

Relationships Damaged By Pornography (iVillage.com)  *No-Porn.com Message Board

Porn Addict Hubby Discussion Board  (For Wives & Girlfriends of Internet Porn Addicts)

NOTE: There are MANY anti-porn and porn addiciton discussion groups and pages at Facebook.

Just search GROUPS and PAGES for "porn addiction", "pornography addiction", "sex addiction", "anti-porn," "antiporn," "anti-pornography" & "antipornography"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

For more than 50 personal stories documenting the harms of compulsive and/or excessive pornography use and/or pornography addiction please see our "Porn Harm Stories" page.  Thank you.

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

OTHER HELPFUL FAQs & Q&As: (By other anti-pornography organizations, etc) 

*Stop Porn Culture FAQ   Porn & Relationships Q&A (By "Porn Trap's'" Wendy Maltz) 

One Angry Girl Anti-Porn Resource Center FAQ  ("One Angry Girl Answers the FAQs")

*Gail Dines Q&A  *Against Pornography FAQ   *Shelley Lubben Q&A (Ex-Porn Star)

Prostitution FAQ at Genderberg   Fight the New Drug FAQ    *No Porn Northampton FAQ

(Note: The No Porn Northampton FAQ is in the bottom half of their sidebar. In addition to the usual questions about pornography it addresses questions and concerns about activism against sexually oriented businesses such as "adult bookstores.")

AntiPornography.org's "Frequently Asked Questions & Responses to Pro-Pornography Arguments"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


"The only way to impede sex trafficking is to end demand — to stop buyers from buying."

Shared Hope International, "DEMAND: A Comparative Examination of Sex Tourism and Trafficking in Jamaica, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United States"

"DEMAND: A Comparative Examination of Sex Tourism and Trafficking in Jamaica, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United States" - by Shared Hope International 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"DEMAND" - A Documentary by Shared Hope International

This excellent documentary by the anti-sex trafficking organization Shared Hope International is about demand factors for sex trafficking, one of the most significant of which is pornography. It also addresses how all forms of commercial sexual exploitation such as pornography, stripping and prostitution are connected to all other forms such as sex trafficking and sex slavery. Please visit EndDemand.org to learn more about how demand for sex trafficking is created by those individuals (mostly men) who purchase women and children for sex.

DEMAND. Documentary (43-minute version) from Shared Hope on Vimeo.

 

For 2 minute and 12 minute versions of the above video, as well as more information from Shared Hope about demand, please click here.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Shared Hope International specifically focuses on fighting the demand for commercial sexual exploitaiton, including addressing pornography as a very significant demand factor for sex trafficking. 

Please see their excellent report on this issue:

Pornography: Creating Demand for International Sex Trafficking

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


"Pornography is a marketing device for sex trafficking: It normalizes degradation and violence as acceptable and even inevitable parts of sex, and uses the bodies of real women and children as objects. The difference between pornography and erotica is clear in the roots of the words themselves -- porne means females slaves, eros means love -- so pornography, like rape, is about violence and domination, not sex. Millions of lives depend on our ability to separate pornography from erotica, and to disentangle violence from sexuality."

Gloria Steinem, 2006

For information about Gloria Steinem's important work of fighting against the harms of pornography, sex trafficking and other forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, including videos and an audio interview, please see our page on Gloria Steinem. Click here.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

For more information on how pornography fuels prostitution and sex trafficking, please see our page on Pornography and Trafficking.  Click here.  Thank you!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED. PLEASE DONATE IF YOU ARE ABLE TO.

Please remember that it is not up to AntiPornography.org, the other organizations listed on this page, the government, or "someone else" to do the entire job of fighting against the harms of pornography, prostitution, trafficking, and other forms of sexual exploitation or abuse. It is an enormous job and the responsibility lies with each and every one of us to do our part as part of the bigger team of those who are choosing to be part of the solution of creating a more just and humane world for everyonel rather than the problem. So thank you in advance for whatever you are able to contribute to the cause, whether in the form of a tax-deductible donation or your actions. What you do does matter, so for the sake of all those across the world who are being exploited and abused, and for the sake of the future of humanity, please do what you can to create a more compassionate and safer society for all.

Thank you for whatever you are able to give or do to help create a better world for everyone, especially for women, children and future generations.

 YOUR SUPPORTIVE ACTIONS AND YOUR DONATIONS ARE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. 

THEY CAN AND WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

HOME    Responses to Frequently Asked Questions & Pro-Pornography Arguments

Share Anti-Porn Thoughts  Sign Up for Newsletter  101+ Ways You Can Help  Definitions

Share Your Story Of Harm by Pornography, etc.  Read 70 Stories of Others

Share Positive Feedback about AntiPornography.org   Watch Documentaries  

Share AntiPornography.org with Others  Recommend Resources & Websites

Submit Original Content to Be Posted at AntiPornography.org (Essays & Articles, etc)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Thanks for visiting!  Please feel free to come back in the future as more  content will be added to this website on a regular basis. Thank you!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Please sign up for our newsletter/mailing list to stay updated on anti-pornography and related news and events, etc. Thank you!

Subscribe to the Newsletter
I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO LIKE OR SHARE OUR WEBSITE. CLICK FACEBOOK BUTTONS BELOW. THANKS!

                        Click icon here: ---->>      Share

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ALSO PLEASE LIKE OUR FAN PAGE AT FACEBOOK BELOW, AND PLEASE SUPPORT THE CAUSE BY SHARING ANTI-PORN AND RELATED ARTICLES, RESOURCES AND COMMENTS WITH US THERE. THANKS! WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PLEASE SUPPORT THE CAUSE BY SUBSCRIBING AT YOUTUBE, FOLLOWING AT PINTEREST,  FOLLOWING AT TWITTER, TWEETNG TO US, AND TWEETING ANTI-PORN AND RELATED CONTENT. THANKS! WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU AND CHECKING OUT YOUR TWEETS!

 

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNELS! THANKS!

      

      

   

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Join the 16,000+ people who are following us so far at all of our Twitter accounts combined!

         

                          

            

         

     

 

PLEASE SUPPORT US AT OUR PINTEREST ACCOUNTS BY FOLLOWING! THANKS!

Follow @AntiPornography       Follow @ENDProstitution       Follow @ENDSexTraffic   

    Follow @NOSadomasochism     Follow @HealthySexNLove     Follow @PornAddictHelp1    Follow @ENDSexAbuseNOW

 

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! IT'S VERY MUCH APPRECIATED AND REALLY MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

 

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 *DISCLAIMER: Inclusion of a resource above or anywhere on this website does not constitute endorsement of or agreement with all of the content of that resource, and does not constitute a claim that all content included in that resource is wholly accurate. Those who created the resource are solely accountable for the opinions and information in their own content that they have authored, as well as for their own personal, social and political opinions and positions in general, as well as being responsible for the ever-changing content of their own websites. If anyone has any concerns about any content on anyone else's website that is linked to from this website, please contact the other website in question, not AntiPornography.org. If anyone has any concerns about any content on this website that was authored or created by anyone other than AntiPornography.org, please contact those responsible for the creation of the content so that they can edit or amend their own original content as appropriate and then inform all others who have it posted elsewhere. If that is not possible and a fact correction or edit is necessary, please contact us with full references provided regarding why the information is inaccurate so that we can correct or edit the content as appropriate.  Please also do the same regarding any original content posted on this website authored by AntiPornography.org. Thank you! Also please note that no materials are posted on this website with malicious intent and that documented fact corrections are always welcome.  Finally, please only take what you find to be useful and informative from this website and/or any particular resource listed here and leave the rest behind. It is not expected that everyone will agree with or find useful the entire content of this website, only that some people will find some of the content useful or informative.

Re: Copyrighted documentaries and television shows on this website: None of them were uploaded to the Internet by AntiPornography.org or related websites.  They were all uploaded by others to other websites and are merely embedded here for people to view them here as opposed to them viewing at the other websites where they are currently made available for viewing.  If you are the copyright owner of any content on this website and you have an objection to it being available on the Internet, please contact the person who uploaded it and/or the website where is it is uploaded in order to get it removed from that website. When that occurs it will also automatically be removed from this website.  Thank you. (Note: The exception to this is the Tyra Show episode "Teens in the Sex Trade," which was uploaded by our AntiPornographyBlog YouTube channel and has the permission of the copyright owner to be posted there.)

*** All original content on this web site is copyrighted by AntiPornography.org. Please do not repost any content except for small excerpts with a link provided acknowledging the source and directing people to this website to read the rest.  Thank you.