Articles about Porn and Human Trafficking

Pornography, from the Greek porneia (prostitution) and graphein (writing), is the depiction of people, animals, or objects for the purpose of sexual arousal.

Human trafficking is the buying and selling of people for forced labor, sexual slavery, or prostitution.

While not all pornography involves human trafficking, the link between the two is inescapable. The internet provides easy access to pornography, which is pervasive…creating more demand for sexual slaves and prostitutes. Humans who believe that sexual slavery is wrong should not indulge themselves using pornography.

Would you protest a politician and then donate to their campaign? Of course you wouldn't. When so many who are involved in porn are doing so against their will, why would you protest human trafficking and continue to watch porn?

Wayne produced pornography. Some are surprised that it's often those farthest from a life considered respectable that are closest to turning to God...you know, like used car salesmen, politicians, and pornographers.

In most places in the world, paying for sex is illegal. However: paying someone to have sex on camera, making millions of copies of the video, and selling it all over the world isn't.

Though most web users might not know it, most pornographers love Christians. Our naiveté allows them to make a lot of money. What do I mean? Here's one example:

Annie Lobert is, in my opinion, a courageous woman. Not only is she publicizing the fact that she used to be a hooker, she's taking the gospel to thousands of men and women.

I've written before about Heather Veitch, a former stripper helping others get out of pornography. She's still working at it, and lives are being changed by God's power.

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