So, porn… I’m gonna be quick and to the point. Pornography is helping fuel human trafficking. I personally know stories of human trafficking victims who have been forced to make porn.
Do adults have a right to view pornography if they want? Yes, they do. However, due to the internet, children and young adults are being introduced to it at younger and younger ages. Most of them stumble across it accidentally.
This accidental introduction creates more people with porn addictions, thus the demand for porn increases. How is this demand being met? Human trafficking.
We have launched a campaign inspired by recent actions in the UK. Our goal is to petition gov’t to make internet providers put filters on pornographic images unless a customer wants access to them
Reducing the demand for porn will reduce the trafficking of women & children to meet the demand. Will you join me in saying “NO!” ?
1. Visit UnBound’s site to learn more.
2. Spread the word to your friends via social media & email! Use the hashtag #no4hope
I am saying “no” to human trafficking! Will you join me? #no4hope —> click to tweet this now!
3. Sign the petition right now!
This isn’t about politics or religion. It is about people. These are real people I have met and people I care about. Will you help me spread the word and say “NO”?
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