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“Technology which is designed to objectify & humiliate women should be shut down, & porn sites which profit from mass distribution of these images must be forced to proactively block their upload”- @NessMorse

@MariaMillerUK has our full support on this:
https://tinyurl.com/4549rtuc

The porn industry promotes “plots” based on rape, incest, racism, sexism, and sexual violence, and then says these themes are okay in porn because they’re “just fantasy.”

Normalizing, glorifying, and sexualizing abuse isn’t okay, period.

#ConsiderBeforeConsuming

“But is it possible to ‘ensure’ anyone is ‘safe’ when they’re involved in an occupation with the top murder rate, PTSD at rates higher than soldiers returning from a war zone, & brain injury rates surpassing even that of boxers?”

https://nordicmodelnow.org/2021/12/01/universities-are-training-students-to-believe-prostitution-is-a-normal-job/

Brilliant documentary by Zara Mcdermott on rape culture in schools. Zara acknowledges the undeniable connection between pornography and sexual violence/harassment in schools. If you’re still wondering why porn is harmful to children, please watch it here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0b23rrf

BBC Three@bbcthree

“I want young women in schools to feel heard and to feel safe to report.”

Zara McDermott opens up about why making a documentary on rape culture and sexism in schools is so important.

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