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Sexually abused as a young girl, Harmony Dust started her search for love. She ended up stripping for several years to pay off bills. Now, she helps others in the sex industry.
24 Feb 2009
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She was a foster child and a runaway. Her decisions pushed her into a life of prostitution
2 Apr 2013
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Video summary of the ALDE Conference Stop child sex tourism and the sexual exploitation of children Event date: 13/02/08 15:00 to 17:30 Location: Room ASP A3G3, European Parliament, Brussels The aim of the conference is to explore how the EU can contribute to stop child sex tourism and the sexual exploitation of children inside as well as outside the European continent. The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe together with Terre des Hommes will use this seminar to promote awareness of the thousands of children who fall victim to the sex industry in Europe and South East Asia. Experts from NGO's, the Commission, the Dutch Parliament, the European Parlaiment and the travelling industry are invited to explain their experiences and to reflect on possible solutions. PROGRAMME Opening remarks by Jules Maaten, MEP (ALDE) Speakers invited: Mrs. Amihan Abueva, President of ECPAT International, Philippines Mr. Fred Teeven, Member of Parliament in the Netherlands and former public prosecutor Mr. Seila Samleang, country director APLE, Cambodia Mrs. Mirela Shuteriqi, legal expert on South East Europe from Terre des Hommes Mrs. Geraldine Pauly, spokesperson department sustainable development, Accor Group [ALDE Events] [Language EN original]
22 Oct 2011
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Experimental about the sex industry and its meanings
2 Sep 2010
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Human trafficking is one of the world's fastest growing industries, where billions of dollars are made at the expense of innocent people. The U.S. has one of the highest rates of trafficked people. Many are children, ruthlessly exploited in the countrys sex industry.
2 Jul 2009
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Demi Moore is joining the Pepsi Refresh Project with a grant idea to support GEMS (Girls Educational & Mentoring Services), an organization that empowers young women, ages 12-21, who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking to exit the commercial sex industry and develop to their full potential. With $250,000, GEMS can train 10 former victims as outreach workers and employ them to go back in their community and help refresh the lives of thousands of victimized girls. Support Demi’s idea for GEMS by voting for her at www.facebook****/refresheverything.
4 Feb 2010
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In Cambodia, 90 percent of prostitutes are sold into the sex industry by their parents. If that's not bad enough, the girls feel obligated to stay because their families depend on them for support. However, one determined british missionary is providing a way out for the victims of sex trafficking. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN ***********
27 Aug 2010
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In Cambodia, 90 percent of prostitutes are sold into the sex industry by their parents. If that's not bad enough, the girls feel obligated to stay because their families depend on them for support. However, one determined british missionary is providing a way out for the victims of sex trafficking. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN ***********
27 Aug 2010
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In Cambodia, 90 percent of prostitutes are sold into the sex industry by their parents. If that's not bad enough, the girls feel obligated to stay because their families depend on them for support. However, one determined british missionary is providing a way out for the victims of sex trafficking. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN ***********
28 Aug 2010
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BY TARA GRIMES You're watching multisource US news analysis from Newsy As thousands travel to Dallas for the Super Bowl - Texas law enforcement officials are working to prevent a serious, but little known crime. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is calling child sex trafficking an “ugly underbelly” of the greatest show on earth, and says the Super Bowl is commonly known as the single largest human trafficking incident in the United States. (Video: KXAS) According to estimates from the Texas attorney general’s office - 10,000 adult and underage girls have come to previous Super Bowls. The Dallas Women’s Foundation estimates this Super Bowl could see as many as 38,000 underage prostitutes. And while headlines are exploding about the problem, some say it’s nothing more than fear-mongering and propaganda. Still others say the problem is very real. (Video: KPTV) The Ellis County Observer calls all the news on sex trafficking during the Super Bowl “overblown” and the outcry a “hysteria.” “There are little boys and little girls emulating fertility rites every spring… Underage prostitution is bad, but really, I think this is so overblown that we don’t need a Super Bowl in North Texas to tell us it’s there.” But Family Security Matters’ Robin McFee says that doesn’t mean the problem shouldn’t be addressed. “We as a society have to loudly voice ‘enough is enough!’ These are not victimless crimes… We as a society must stop turning a blind eye to the sex industry & human trafficking, and stop thinking 'it’s only sex.'" Finally - a blogger for the Blogistan Polytechnic Institute points out - no one knows for sure how big the problem of sex trafficking is -- but wonders why it seems everybody but the Super Bowl Host Committee is talking about it. “I guess I can understand why they wouldn’t want to get involved in efforts to publicize this problem, but their job is to organize the event. That includes helping coordinate vehicle traffic. Shouldn’t it also include helping to reduce human trafficking?” According to the child advocacy group Klaas Kids Foundation and Miami-based Kristi house, sixteen underage prostitutes were found working near the Super Bowl last year in Miami. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy****
5 Feb 2011
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WEBSITE LINK *******higherlevelproductions**** ITUNES LINK ************/us/album/the-toughest-man-i-know/id265425502?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 The truth about the porn and sex industry in lyrics. This song is part of the "toughest Man I know" album at *******higherlevelproductions**** Hi, my name is Nick Tancraitor and I produce music with strong messages and top notch production. My music is different than most. I do not disrespect women, don't talk about getting wasted, don't talk about how rich I am :). I actually try to do just the opposite. I aim to build up women, the Church, faith, family, hope and the good news of Jesus and try to put all of this into music so I can bring something different to what's already out there. Viva Cristo Rey !
15 Nov 2012
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Vanguard Season: 3 Episode: 5 In this scene from Vanguard's "Porn 2.0," adult film star Jessica Drake reveals how using popular social media tools allows her to connect with fans.
6 Aug 2010
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Blog: *******antipornographyactivist.blogspot****/ "People who exhibit aggressive self-destructive behavior are almost always defensive about the behavior and try to justify the behavior. Amazingly, the things that are traumatizing and terrorizing to us as children, become attractive to us as teens and drive us to re-enact them in an attempt to exercise mastery over them. Tyra asked Victoria if she had ever been sexually abused. Tearfully, Victoria admitted she had been when she was five but didn't tell her mother until she was 11. When they tried to press charges, Victoria's introverted nature and the time that had lapsed halted any legal action. When Dr. Drew mentioned sexual abuse was often inter-generational Sara admitted that she had also been molested as a child." Above description is from TyraShow****: *******tyrashow.warnerbros****/show_recaps/show_recap_thu74.html *************** 10 Reasons for Not Legalizing Prostitution By Janice G. Raymond 1. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution is a gift to pimps, traffickers and the sex industry. 2. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution and the sex industry promotes sex trafficking. 3. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution does not control the sex industry. It expands it. 4. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution increases clandestine, hidden, illegal and street prostitution. 5. Legalization of prostitution and decriminalization of the sex Industry increases child prostitution. 6. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution does not protect the women in prostitution. 7. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution increases the demand for prostitution. It boosts the motivation of men to buy women for sex in a much wider and more permissible range of socially acceptable settings. 8. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution does not promote women's health. 9. Legalization/decriminalization of prostitution does not enhance women's choice. 10. Women in systems of Prostitution do not want the sex industry legalized or decriminalized. For the full version of the list, with explanations for each point, please click on the link below: ******* ********************** More information on prostitution is available at: Prostitution Research & Education *******www.prostitutionresearch**** The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-International (CATW) *******www.catwinternational****/index.php *********************** Fair Use Notice of Non-Violation: To the best of my understanding of Fair Use Law, this video qualifies as Fair Use. Please see: 1) "Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video" *******www.centerforsocialmedia****/resourceds/publications/fair_use_in_online_video 2) US Law, Title 17, Code 107: ********** A great deal of time and energy has been invested in transforming this video into a new piece of work that is significantly different than the original, and that has significantly enhanced educational use and value. However, if YouTube or any parties connected to the Tyra Banks Show have any concerns regarding this video, please contact me via YouTube, and I will be happy to make any adjustments necessary so that all appropriate parties involved agree that it does indeed fall under the Fair Use Law exemption. Thank you. --------------- NOTE: The last part of this three part series, "Pt. 3/3 Teen Prostitute on Tyra Banks Show", is the same as "Pt 3&4 Porn Star Sasha Grey on Tyra Banks Show" ***********/watch?v=b8dIxHSxeUk That is why that video is called "Pt 3&4 (New) Porn Star Sasha Grey on Tyra (In Sync)/Pt. 3/3 Teen Prostitute onTyra. Please discuss." That video is the ending segments of a Tyra Banks show episode called "Teens in the Sex Trade" in which both porn star Sasha Grey and Victoria the teen prostitute appeared. Sorry for any confusion. ----------------------------
6 Sep 2009
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The clip The First Auditions from Ôdishon (1999) Ready? Well... I feel like a criminal. I'm ready. Let's start. Pleased to meet you. Please sit. My name is Yu Tanaka. Please have a seat. Are you nervous? A little bit. Sorry, you are the first one. That's OK. We're going to tape you. But don't worry. Do you mind if I ask what your father's job is? Well... my father's... job is... What can I say? Next one. I'm going to ask you frankly. Why did you apply for this part? Have you ever had sex with someone you don't like? Are you interested in drugs? Can you act a little bit for us? Sure. Go ahead. What music do you like? Which actress do you like? I like Mituko Mori. Next. I used to love sports. At school, I played... Did you ever want to work for the sex industry? I have a friend who is working in that area. Next. What are men to you? Have you ever seen Tarkovsky's films?
23 Nov 2011
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You like've come to the right place. I mean, it doesn't get any better does it? This clip comes from an uncensored subtitled film detailing and explaining the sex industry in Thailand. Useful info on the girls, the ladyboys, the bars, the prices and the nightlife. Screenshots can be seen here: *******www.pattayafilms****/Nightlife-Dvds.html This clip comes from the film 'Part 2 2007-08'
19 Sep 2012
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This is a Documentary I made with compiled footage that explains the Notorious Prostitution problem that plagues India. Prostitution is a global problem. However, in India it is much worse compared to other parts of the World. It is estimated that there are 10 million Prostitutes operating in India. A quater of whom are Minors (Under 18 yrs old.). Many women are smuggled from Nepal and Bangladesh to work in India's bustling commercial sex industry. Also many local Hindu women are engaged in Prostitution, India has over a 1,000 Red Light Districts or Areas, and Thousands of more Brothels. India is also a country with one of the highest recording HIV/AIDS infected population. To learn more please visit the sources below. NOTE: The information in my video is also found from the sources below. 1)******* (Most of my statistics can be found here) 2)*******www.unaids****/en/KnowledgeCentre/Resources/FeatureStories/archive/2007/20070704_India_new_data.asp (2.5 Million People living with HIV in India from the UNAID) 3)*******e-n-i-g-m-a.sulekha****/blog/post/2007/06/india-facts-on-prostitution.htm (India Facts on Prostitution) 4)*******www.cwasu****/page_display.asp pageid=STATS&pagekey=95&itemkey=97 (est. 10 million Prostitues in India) 5)*******newsgroups.derkeiler****/Archive/Soc/soc.culture.pakistan.politics/2008-11/msg00001.html
18 Oct 2012
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