How many children have credit cards to access and purchaes this stuff?
May be the more interesting question to ask is, how many children get sold worldwide to porn supporting micro entrepreneurs to perform their acts for the "new masters" , who resell their"product" to mafia-organized, clean, "progressive",
corporations running the technology for them.
The issue is not how dangerous it is for a child to find accidentically porn pictures online in the U.S. or anywhere else, the issue is the rise in modern day human (slave) trade of children (and women) into porn related business enterprises.
Current rates for children in Benin right now $ 30.00 a piece.
Earnings for a Cameroonian young teen accepting to have pictures taken her sleeping with a pig in the 1960s, a couple of cents. Sales value of those pictures for sailors arranging the trade back then, who knows. (Punishment of the women involved, binding her naked to an ox, chasing the ox around in the village and letting the women almost die being trampled to death. Noone of course punishes the village "marabu", who has just demonstrated his magic spell to influence the woman into acceptance of the picture taking and enhanced his secretive powers over the village population.)
Must have been profitable then, is more profitable now. What the porn industry brings about to return to the western world is slave-like human trade. Recent statistics of known cases seem to support this.
Slave-like dependencies of youngsters and poor women without proper visas, is a very silent, low-key and unnoticed micro business, hiding away in U.S. suburbia. It's the easiest business to set up here and make a profit with.
It's really up to you how you want to justify your freedom loving arguments, if it just seems to support the rise of the opposite.
The minority voices, who you claim can influence Yahoo's decision making process, in what way they support the free flow
of online porn material and for what price, are the necessary checks and balances to prevent abusive business practices gone unnoticed my the majority in the western population.
You either are in or you are out of the porn business, but it is hard to be in between. Of course, this has nothing to do with the artistic photographer or writer of erotic literature or images.
Beautiful things are not porn. In general people can realize if something is beautiful or disgusting, across the gender and racial lines. You know it if you see it, whoever you are, whatever you look at.
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