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Pornhub has been sued by 40 women who say it profited from a sex-trafficking operation by a content partner. The women were all victims of Girls Do Porn, whose owners have been charged with offences by US officials. The victims allege that Pornhub and its parent company MindGeek knew of the allegations against the company, but continued a partnership anyway. It comes as Pornhub finds itself cut off from customer payments amid a scandal over illegal content. Payment providers Mastercard and Visa have cut ties with the site after a New York Times investigation accused it of hosting child abuse and rape-related content.
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Search Search. Menu Sections. O nline accounts of widespread harassment at school suggest we are failing the younger generation when it comes to sex education. But where should parents start? With sad testimonies about harassment at schools, it is more important than ever to ensure our children are educated when it comes to sex. Photo: Deposit. Yvonne Hogan. The site saw a surge in testimonies after the killing of year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard in London last month, and the tally mounts daily.
Lady Gaga's "Monster" played in the background. Winnifred and Danielle are modern-day year-olds. But they're not playing dress-up -- they're getting ready for a Lady Gaga concert. Winnifred carefully curates her online profile, pushing her budding sexuality to jack up her Facebook "likes. The documentary "Sexy Baby," which was featured at the Tribeca Film Festival, follows Winnifred's adolescence from age 12 to age 15, and delves into the world of porn before puberty. Winnifred's journey in the documentary reflects that of many pre-teens today, and through her eyes parents worldwide get a glimpse into the hyper-sexualized culture their children are facing today. The film explores how much social media adds fuel to the hormonal fire. Winnifred posted a revealing picture of herself with her bra showing.