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The Children of Pornhub

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on March 1, 2021 by andelino

Serena K. Fleites, 19, was 14 when a boy she had a crush on asked her to make a naked video and send it to him. She did, and it ended up on Pornhub. Credit Rachel Bujalski for The New York Times

Here is a hard fact about our society: “Three of the top 10 websites in the world are pornography.”

And on one of these sites, “Pornhub” users are uploading 6.8 million of their own pornographic videos every year, 100 percent of which are perverted filth, much of which also contain rape, and many of which contain sexual exploitation of children.

“After a 15-year-old girl went missing in Florida, her mother found her on ‘Pornhub’ in 58 sex videos,” the New York Times reported on Dec. 6, 2020.

“Sexual assaults on a 14-year-old California girl were posted there” and were reported to the authorities not by the company but by a classmate who saw the videos. In each case, offenders were arrested for the assaults, but Pornhub escaped responsibility for sharing the videos and profiting from them.”

Videos on this site come from people who are being secretly videoed, and from high school and junior high girls getting pressured to send sexual videos to their boyfriends, who then post them. Some of the videos contain children as young as 9!

One girl told the Times, “They’re making money off the worst moment in my life, off my body.” Some victims turn to “drug” addiction and become “suicidal.”

Serena Fleites, now living in her car with three dogs, says, “A whole life can be changed because of one little mistake.”Credit Rachel Bujalski for The New York Times

That this could ever happen, even once, is horrifying. But it is happening a lot. One report estimated that this pornography company is more influential and profitable than Amazon, Apple or Microsoft.

Adults and children are also being “sexually” abused on countless other pornography sites, as well as “Facebook, Twitter, Reddit” and others social media. “Google supports the business models of companies that thrive on child molestation.”

It also cited statistics from the “National Center for Missing and Exploited Children”, which says it received reports of 6.5 million files containing sexual exploitation of children in 2015; in 2017, 20.6 million; and in 2019, 69.2 million.

In five years, more than a 10-fold increase. The demand for deranged “child sexual content” is exploding! An estimated 30 percent of all data transferred across the Web is pornography. And an estimated 20 percent of all Internet pornography involves trafficked children!

The pornography company mentioned above, which serves “3 billion ad impressions” a day and receives enormous advertising revenue, offers this as its solution: an understaffed screening department, the employees of which have the self-described “soul-destroying” job of watching sexually explicit videos all day and trying to guess if the young person they are seeing is 17 or 18. Meanwhile, since the website allows users to directly download the video files, even if screeners remove a video, it can still be re-uploaded and shared.

The Times article caused credit card companies to review their relationship with this website, and the website to make it harder to upload videos. Thus, pornography users are inconvenienced in their method of payment, and an impediment may slow the spread of certain content.

These are feckless, hopeless “solutions” to a horrendous problem: “millions of people ignoring, explaining away, secretly consuming, openly indulging in or even championing pornography—even child pornography!”

They insist that shutting down pornography is wrong because it limits our freedom. But they directly disagree with Jesus Christ! “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” (Matthew 5:28). Pornography of any kind is sin.

It hurts everyone involved. It leads to a miserable, evil life, followed by death!  Jesus replied, Very truly I tell you, everyone who sins is a slave to sin.” (John 8:34) That’s the truth. “They promise them freedom, while they themselves are slaves of depravity, for people are slaves to whatever has mastered them.” (2 Peter 2:19)

Naked videos she made as a minor continue to haunt Fleites on Pornhub.Credit Rachel Bujalski for The New York Times.

They say it’s “freedom”. Jesus says it’s “slavery”. Who do you believe?

As you read this, children are being “enslaved, trafficked and forced into sexual acts” so that slave owners and pornographers can make money, and someone with a credit card somewhere can watch. Pornography viewers are funding the literal enslavement of women and children!

Our society has no solutions! And people are too addicted to sin to even care. But there is someone who has seen it all, who cares, and who possesses the power to stop it!

Read Psalm 94. Think of those addicted men, those victimized women, those traumatized children.  Don’t you long for this justice? “May he defend the afflicted among the people and save the children of the needy; may he crush the oppressor.” (Psalm 72:4).

Here is the good news. This is not wishful thinking. It is advance news of what is coming!

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Child Pornography

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on December 28, 2020 by andelino

Covid. Lock-downs. Layoffs. Depression. Riots. Lawlessness. Fraud. How can you summarize 2020 without being negative?

First, the really, really bad news. As locked-down people have been spending more time online, what websites are they using? Three of the top 10 in the world are pornography.

One of these sites enables users to upload videos, like YouTube. And that they do—at a rate of 6.8 million new videos each year. The company says it tries to screen out illegal videos. Still, of all the sick content it streams to users at thousands of gigabytes per minute, a sizable amount depicts non-consensual violence.

And that includes loads of explicit videos of children.

“After a 15-year-old girl went missing in Florida, her mother found her on Pornhub in 58 sex videos,” the New York Times reported on December 6.

“Sexual assaults on a 14-year-old California girl were posted there and were reported to the authorities not by the company but by a classmate who saw the videos. In each case, offenders were arrested for the assaults, but Pornhub escaped responsibility for sharing the videos and profiting from them.”

The Times author, Nicholas Kristof, wrote about the company’s understaffed screening department. “The job in itself is soul-destroying,” said one moderator. He pointed out, “Because it’s impossible to be sure whether a youth in a video is 14 or 18, neither Pornhub nor anyone else has a clear idea of how much content is illegal.”

And notice this: “Unlike YouTube, Pornhub allows these videos to be downloaded directly from its website. So even if a rape video is removed at the request of the authorities, it may already be too late. The video lives on as it is shared with others or uploaded again and again.” 

One woman told the author that “she was adopted in the United States from China and then trafficked by her adoptive family and forced to appear in videos beginning when she was 9. Some videos of her being abused ended up on Pornhub and regularly reappear there,” she claimed.

Nine years old!

Kristof wrote that high school girls and junior high girls are getting pressured to send sexual videos to their boyfriends, then discover that they’ve been uploaded to this website and shared everywhere. Some of these exploited girls turn to drug addiction and become suicidal. Yet the company still amasses its fortune from nearly 3 billion ad impressions a day, serving 3.5 billion visits a month.

One of these girls told Kristof, “They’re making money off the worst moment in my life, off my body.”

Pornhub is enormously influential. Kristof cited a recent study by a digital marketing company finding it to be “the technology company with the third greatest-impact on society in the 21st century, after Facebook and Google but ahead of Microsoft, Apple and Amazon.”

People want to explain away this evil. This porn company basically wants to just evade prosecution or censure from credit card companies. Users want to say, It’s not that bad, or, It’s none of your business. People who call themselves progressive say this site’s content is actually liberating.

But the truth staring us in the face is that this is sin! This is a sickening look at the appalling and deadly effects of sin.

Here is a refreshing, pure, true explanation, from Jesus Christ:  But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” (Matthew 5:28). Pornography of any kind is sin. Whatever people may believe, this is the truth. Pornography breaks the Ten Commandments, the law of God.

“If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell,” Jesus exhorted in verse 29.

The wages of sin is death! And before you die from it, you experience a slew of curses and evils. The ruin Pornhub is causing in people’s lives is an agonizing example.

Yet the problem goes far beyond one website. Children are being abused, videoed and viewed not just on countless other pornography sites, but even on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Reddit. This article adds that “Google supports the business models of companies that thrive on child molestation.”

The “National Center for Missing and Exploited Children” gave Kristof the statistics on “the number of images, videos and other content related to child sexual exploitation reported to it each year. In 2015, it received reports of 6.5 million videos or other files; in 2017, 20.6 million; and in 2019, 69.2 million.” In just five years, the number grew more than 10 times—from 6.5 million to 69.2 million! The demand for deranged child sexual content is exploding!

That is because it is addictive—and people are becoming enslaved by it.

Those who defend pornography, who say shutting it down would limit our “freedom,” disagree with Christ. He said, “Very truly I tell you, everyone who sins is a slave to sin.” (John 8:34) That’s the truth. “They promise them freedom, while they themselves are slaves of depravity—for people are slaves to whatever has mastered them.” (2 Peter 2:19) Viewers of pornography are spiritually enslaved.

But beyond that: “They are also funding the literal enslavement of women and children by human traffickers!”

About 2.8 million U.S. children run away from home each year. Within 48 hours, one third of them are picked up by traffickers and pimps. 100,000 to 300,000 U.S. children are enslaved in sex trafficking every year. The average age of entry to prostitution in the U.S. is 12 to 14 years.

Think of a 13-year-old in your life. Now imagine that child on the street making money through sex.

An estimated 30 percent of all data transferred across the Web is pornography. And an estimated 20 percent of all Internet porn involves trafficked children.

As you read this, children are being enslaved, trafficked and forced into sexual acts so that slave owners and pornographers can make money, and someone with a credit card somewhere can watch.

What is the solution? Kristof’s article advocated that credit card companies stop accepting payments to Pornhub. Axios later reported, “Nick Kristof gets results. Credit card giants Visa and MasterCard said they’re reviewing their relationship with Pornhub.” The next day, the company announced what Kristof called “huge changes”: It says it will now allow uploads only from verified users, no longer permit downloads, and improve moderation.

This is a thin reed of progress in a broad, toxic swamp of sin.

Tweaks like this do nothing to address the foundational crisis. People are destroying themselves and destroying others because of their addiction to sin. This is one company among untold hundreds or thousands, serving up poisonous content to millions upon millions of people, corrupting minds of men and women and children, destroying marriages and families and lives. And the best hope the world offers is a possibility that porn customers will be inconvenienced.

This world has no solutions. Such exploitation of people, of children, has stained all human history. It has merely been propagated and intensified by technology; participating is now exceedingly easy. But never have efforts to stamp out such evil had lasting success. They are too feeble, and human nature is too tough, too tenacious, too pernicious and evil.

The International Labor Organization estimates that 45.8 million people in 167 countries are currently enslaved—more than triple the total number of Africans who were shipped to the Americas during the entire 360-year history of the New World slave trade. It estimates annual profits from forced labor to be $150 billion. That’s bigger than Google.

The nightmares afflicting the lives of the handful of young people who appeared in this New York Times story are haunting and terrorizing millions of lives in various forms.

And people are “too addicted to sin” to even care. There is someone, however, who has seen it all, who cares, and who possesses the power to stop it!

“The Lord is a God who avenges. O God who avenges, shine forth. Rise up, Judge of the earth; pay back to the proud what they deserve.” (Psalm 94:1-2). Seeing unchecked evil in this world motivates such a plea for divine judgment and justice.

“How long, Lord, will the wicked, how long will the wicked be jubilant? They pour out arrogant words; all the evildoers are full of boasting. They crush your people, Lord; they oppress your inheritance. They slay the widow and the foreigner; they murder the fatherless. They say, The Lord does not see; the God of Jacob takes no notice.” (verses 3-7).

All around us, wicked men are exploiting helpless people. They think God doesn’t see. But He sees it all! And He is about to rise and act!

“Take notice, you senseless ones among the people; you fools, when will you become wise? Does he who fashioned the ear not hear? Does he who formed the eye not see? Does he who disciplines nations not punish? Does he who teaches mankind lack knowledge? The Lord knows all human plans; he knows that they are futile.” (verses 8-11) “He will repay them for their sins and destroy them for their wickedness; the Lord our God will destroy them.” (verse 23)

This is not wishful thinking. It is advance news of a new world about to supplant the doomed world we inhabit—and it is sure. When Jesus Christ walked the Earth, He witnessed appalling human suffering, and did what He could to alleviate it. He was moved with compassion, seeing the people as sheep lacking a shepherd. (Matthew 9:36)

Christ’s gospel message was the news that God will establish a literal government to destroy and replace our corrupt human governments and establish a new society. At that time, “May he defend the afflicted among the people and save the children of the needy; may he crush the oppressor.” (Psalm 72:4).

Christ continually directed His disciples to seek that coming kingdom, to press toward it, to set their heart on preparing for it. He instructed, “This, then, is how you should pray: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” (Matthew 6:9-10)

To this day, Christ’s disciples keep these words on our lips. When we see immorality, enslavement, unmentionable evil, when we know that minds and bodies of helpless children are even now being abused, we pray: “Thy Kingdom come.”

Adult Cream Pie

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on February 4, 2020 by andelino

People are wondering if any English speakers were consulted before they chose the name for these “salacious” new Japanese dessert.

With so many local and international fast food chains in the country, McDonald’s Japan has a lot of competition to contend with, especially after numerous scandals in the first half of the last decade led to unprecedented deficits for the company.

In order to increase their popularity with fast food lovers around the nation, McDonald’s Japan has been working hard over the last five years, bringing out a slew of new burgers, collaborating with local brands and companies, and even opening a fancy pop-up restaurant with silverware, tablecloths, and wine glasses filled with iced tea.

Now they’re attempting to grab the spotlight once again with another never-before-seen release — the “Otona no Cream Pie” which translates to “Adult Cream Pie” in English.

“Otona” is a word often used in the Japanese sweets industry to describe confectionery that has less sweetness than regular brands, evoking a sense of high-quality, refined flavor.

However, the combination of the word “adult” and “cream pie” brings up a whole other “imagery” entirely for English speakers, which has people questioning whether or not the team consulted with any English-language speakers before deciding on the new name.

The accompanying commercial for the new product also displays some subtext that allows for “reading-in-between-the-lines.”

The ad above features a young woman (played by Sairi Ito) and an older woman (played by The Grudge‘s Yoko Maki), who’s referred to as both “Sensei” (teacher) and “Senpai” (senior). The younger woman can be seen asking her sensei: “That cream pie, is it really that delicious?” which prompts the sensei to turn and hold the younger woman’s face in both hands, saying earnestly, “If you eat it once, you’ll be filled.”

The two then jump in a cab, asking the driver to take them to the nearest McDonald’s, where they’ll no doubt be ordering the “Adult Cream Pie” which retails for 150 yen (US$1.37) and comes in the following two flavors:

Belgian Chocolate

Sweet Fromage.

While the word “otona” literally translates to “adult” in English, it should be noted that the adult entertainment industry and its related goods and products in Japan use the word “adaruto“, a corrupted form of the English word “adult”.

Therefore, the name of the dessert won’t necessarily raise eyebrows amongst the majority of McDonald’s diners here in Japan, but for English speakers on Twitter, the “Adult Cream Pie” is causing a bit of a stir.

There’s not long to go for the countdown to the day the “Adult Cream Pies” become available at McDonald’s branches around Japan, as they go on sale for a limited time.

Regardless of whether the wording was intentional or accidental, it’s a marketing boon for the fast food giant as people will no doubt be flooding social media with images of the “lost-in-translation” dessert as soon as it goes on sale, much like they did with the incidental blowjob cup from McDonald’s last year.

“Blow Jobs?” Isn’t that accolades bestowed at the annual “Golden Globe Awards” by the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for recognizing excellence in film and television… no, never mind.

In any case, watch what you order in McDonald’s. Ask in Japan, and you will get a warm, creamy-centered confection. Ask for the same product in Kansas City, and you get a felony record for sexual assault, and a new ankle bracelet.

When googling for “Adult Cream Pies” do not click on any links by “Pornhub”…. at least not from a government or company computer. Not that I would know anything about such things.


Clearly no English speakers over the age of twelve were consulted in the marketing meeting where they decided “what do we call this.” Not since Chevrolet learned that in Latin American markets the “Chevy Nova” didn’t sell because “no va” means “won’t go” has a marketing failure of translation hit this kind of level.

As for myself I don’t like “sweets” so I’ll just stay with my “Marxism Coffee” thank you very much.

Tit Coins

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2015 by andelino

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As the world “moves” further and further into the “electronic” realm, it seems that “digital” currencies such a “Bitcoin” are becoming more useful than ever.

However this new “coin” can only be used in certain “corners” of the Internet.

The sexy named “Titcoin” has been developed for every type of online “adult” transaction, and is being championed by “Pornhub,” the largest pornography site on the Internet.

“Pornhub,” along with several other porn sites and “cam-girls” accept the digital currency.

“Titcoin” is, according to its users, completely “secure and safe” to use, as well as having a “value” which is rapidly increasing.

Things get a bit more “lewd” here…

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Women can earn “Titcoins” by simply flashing their “breasts” to a smartphone with the app, which “converts” the image into “digital” money.

Several people have criticized “Titcoin,” claiming it aims to turn women into “sex workers”, and arguing that it is “inherently” sexist, right down to the name.

Would it be as successful if it was called “Dickcoin?”

“Pornhub” have tried to play the classic “get out of jail free” card by claiming they will “donate” part of the money made by “Titcoin” to breast “cancer” research.

If the Prostate Cancer Foundation refused donations made by people who looked at the leaked “nude” picture of Jennifer Lawrence, I can’t imagine Breast Cancer Research will want to accept these donations.

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Finally, a form of Internet “currency” that most people can understand. Which isn’t at all the “case” with Bitcoin.

“Bitcoin” has been around for a while now with many people having “zero” idea how it’s used, what the “purpose” is and why it “exists” in the first place.

But “Titcoin?” Pretty simple. A girl wants to “make” some money online? She flashes her “tits” and the Titcoins come “rolling” in. She then can use it to “buy” whatever she wants.

The “Online Coin” industry really should’ve led with “Titcoin” instead of “Bitcoin.” Gotta put things in terms that young “porn” addicted males can understand and then “move” onto Bitcoins.

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Start up wizards Edward Mansfield (left), anonymous finance guy (middle), Richard Allen,(right).

People are calling the idea and the name “Titcoin” sexist because there’s a “naked” chick on the logo. Well that may be so, but the argument will “die” quickly when girls starts “flashing” tits all over the Internet.

I love the idea of living in a world where a girl can flash her “boobs” on her smartphone and “Titcoins” start rolling in from the Internet like “slot machine” jackpots.

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At least, it’s a “honest” way to “make” a living.

Check out this “video” for more information on how “Titcoin” works:

Titcoin Is a Brand New Crypto Currency for Porn Purchases

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