Rape Pornography Still Exists

Google agrees to remove revenge porn pix from search results http://rt.com/news/268570-google-revenge-porn-block/

Revenge pornography has been illegal for over a year in the United States.  The FBI has even claimed to shut down ALL revenge porn websites for good. Yet, Google, the biggest US internet company, has yet to remove revenge pornography from its searches to this day.  Battered women, young inexperienced girls, and hardened girls who “deserve it” every where are being humiliated in an incredibly vile and intimate way all over the world every second until the anger that promotes the making of revenge pornography, similar to that of a rapist torturing his prey into submission, is removed in its entirety. 

With promises that businesses like maternity hotels, brothels, and violent street prostitution sites (Due to current laws, many people who participate in prostitution are transients.) are being shut down, can we trust what is being promised or are the problems that lead to the sexual anarchy of the streets simply not eliminated by one large bust or two?

Is the behavior that is being promoted in the homes of the United States provoking or opening up a market for these inherently corrupt businesses to not only exist but prosper?  Or even more to the point why is the demand so high that people are being forced into these businesses younger and younger?

What is missing for these increasingly young and more vicious people that they feel sexual brutality is part of a normal relationship?

The abuse is coming from somewhere for so many people to participate in licentious behaviors associated with something that is so key to people’s existence and morality.  The pornography is only a symptom of a sexually brutal culture that results in acting out of violent fantasies on camera.  Because hunting someone down and humiliating someone is a violent act. 

Hunting someone down and humiliating them during an inherently intimate act (whether or not the people involved are misusing said act is another moral issue) is a full blown hate crime that has gone unrecognized for quite some time, and it needs the notoriety a landmark rape case would. 

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