Archive for the ‘Pornography’ Category

Sexual Exploitation of Children in Japan

Dear Friends for Life:   The current population of Japan is a little over 127 million, of which approximately 25 million are children under the age of 18. According to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, a child is defined as anyone under the age of 18. Japan is a major destination, source, and transit country for children subjected to sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. Continue reading

New Cyber Trend in Human Trafficking

Dear Friends for Life:   Recently, a new wave of human trafficking has come cybersexto light. Yes, it’s a growing billion-dollar child-porn-industry which relies on the internet to prey on vulnerable children, beginning at an early age and extending into early teen years. New Cyber Trend in Human Trafficking is creating worldwide alarm. What is it? Cyber-sex is the use of children in live performances over the internet for paying customers. It is the perfect 21st century crime without borders, making it difficult to stop. Continue reading

The New Cocaine

pornn03Dear Friends for Life,   Pornography is seriously penetrating our christian communities. A recent study shows that 54% of Christian men and 15% of Christian women admit to viewing pornography regularly at least once a month. Such a high percentage is surprising. Christians are people who respect God’s creation, respect the dignity of women and are a sign of contradiction in society which rejects such sickly behaviour. Continue reading

Invisible People: “Child Porn” on the Internet

tiedhandsDear Friends,  This week I’d like to bring your attention to “Child Porn” on the Internet. The expanding market brings out deranged and perverts in our society. Surprisingly, Facebook is a participant which openly displays thousands of sexually explicit images and videos of children on its social network. Can one imagine the horrible sufferings of this current invisible generation? Add the factor that these images cannot be removed from the Internet once they are posted. An innocent child is labeled for life and will never be able to escape the shame. Continue reading