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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 1:38 PM
Fascinating how you comment about the movie being "emotional pleas...takign the place of actual research" BEFORE it's even out!! Hilarious irrational justification!! lol
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 1:34 PM
What I love about libs....AGAINST sex trafficking but FOR mass media sex trafficking (i.e. pornography). Utter contradiction and ALL women exploitation!!!!!!!!
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 1:31 PM
Here's Chuck's Part 1 in this series, "Human sex trafficking of U.S. minors" http://townhall.com/columnists/chucknorris/2013/10/22/human-sex-trafficking-of-us-minors-part-1-n1728887 CHuck's Part 2, "How do U.S. minors become sex slaves?" http://townhall.com/columnists/chucknorris/2013/10/29/how-do-us-minors-become-sex-slaves-part-2-n1732573 And the 500 EXTRA words in this (Part 3) column today at his WND exclusive version http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/porns-part-in-sex-trafficking/
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 12:06 PM
Trailer for Salvation Army's NEW movie, "Hard Corp," which directly deals with and uncovers the evidence and dark world connecting porn and trafficking http://savn.tv/campaign/view/1039
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 12:03 PM
Read Chuck's expanded article at WND for more evidence you are looking for. Your diatribe sounds like justification for a life that is merely part of the problem not the solution.
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 12:01 PM
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 9:13 AM
Read more at Chuck's http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/porns-part-in-sex-trafficking/
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 9:11 AM
Here's MORE from Chuck's EXTRA version at WND... Both liberals and conservatives should agree upon the connections, exploitation and dangers of women and minors in human trafficking and pornography, let alone the negative effects upon those participating in them. It reminds me of a blogger I read recently, who wrote, “I am a gay liberal Democrat. Over the years, however, I have changed my beliefs on pornography. I used to think it was ‘no big deal.’ People have a right to view it, of course, but they do so at great cost. Viewing pornography causes the release of dopamine in the brain. In order to continue to receive that ‘high,’ the person must watch more and more of it. As they progress down the line, they often need to view more hardcore stuff. Sometimes, it becomes addictive and overtakes that person's life and marriage. Pornography also objectifies sex and reduces it to mere body parts. None of this is good.” A 2011 Psychology Today study, “Porn-Induced Sexual Dysfunction is a Growing Problem,” concurs that the increase in loss of libido among younger men “is caused by continuous over-stimulation of dopamine, the neurotransmitter that activates the body's reaction to sexual pleasure, by repeatedly viewing pornography on the internet.” In 2010, NPR reported how 40 million people are addicted to a pastime that is as addictive as any synthetic drug: namely, viewing Internet pornography. Two leading authorities on addiction neurochemistry, Harvey Milkman and Stanley Sunderwirth, explained that pornography rivals the effects of drugs by stimulating the same three pleasure systems in the brain: “arousal, satiation, and fantasy — that makes it ‘the pièce de résistance among the addictions.’" NPR also noted how studies have proven that Internet pornography has become a key contributor and cause to sexual dysfunction and deviancy, relational problems, extramarital affairs, separation and divorce. And not so surprising, it has also increased men’s views of women as merely objects of desire and not human beings with whom to have a relationship.
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 9:10 AM
Here's some of CHuck's EXTRA at WND... New York University recently hosted a debate between adult film star Ron Jeremy and Craig Gross, who is the founder of XXXChurch.com--an online community for those seeking help out of the porn industry and pornography. They spoke on the connections between human sex trafficking and porn. The Christian Post reported that Jeremy’s position was that human trafficking and porn were unrelated and that porn videos of underage girls caught in human trafficking do not exist, according to his knowledge. However, Gross vehemently disagreed, saying such videos do exist. "There's a lot of stuff [on] the Internet that's not produced by the companies in LA that's got girls underage that probably deals with potentially trafficked girls," Gross explained. "They're not going to touch it in their industry, but does it exist? Is it online? Yes." Gross also said that like a frog in the kettle, minors are slowly simmered and shaped by the sexual mindsets that perpetuate both trafficking and porn until they’re “barely legal” to be rushed into the porn industry and exploited for those with adolescent appetites. Jeremy even confessed, “Yes, kids are a big part of it, I mean 18 or over, 19 or over. There's a series called 'Barely Legal,' which targets girls who are a bit young, but they're still of legal age.” According to the International Labour Organization, human trafficking—sex and otherwise--is a $9.8 billion industry in the U.S. alone, but people like Jeremy say none of it leaks over to porn industry. However, according to groups like the Freedom Youth Project (www.freedomyouthproject.org/), an organization that fights against child sex trafficking through research, believes that “pornography is a leading cause of human trafficking for minors in the U.S.” That is one reason why the Salvation Army’s Vision Network is producing the feature documentary, “Hard Corps,” aimed at uncovering the “undeniable connection” between pornography and the human sex trafficking Industry. Their website notes that: “this film proposes to uncover the façade of pornography as ‘a harmless pastime for consenting adults.’ It pulls back the curtain to reveal the ugly reality of addiction, infidelity, prostitution, child abuse, rape and Human Sex Trafficking.”
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RNTJ Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 9:09 AM
MUST read Chuck's EXPANDED and EXCLUSIVE version of this same article. He gives more than 500 additional words of evidence for the link from porn to sextrafficking. You can read at http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/porns-part-in-sex-trafficking/
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