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HGWsceneFew topics elicit the sort of vitriol you get when you dare attack pornography.

Like Gollum guarding his “Precious,” in J.R.R. Tolkien’s masterpiece, porn apologists cannot help but curse you as those “Bagginses” when you try to point out the incredible harm porn causes them personally and society in general.

The reasons for their passionate defense of such a hideous, exploitative, cancerous industry are varied, but chief among them is the fact that this is a multi-billion dollar racket.

“Globally, porn is a $97 billion industry, according to Kassia Wosick, assistant professor of sociology at New Mexico State University. Between $10 billion and $12 billion of that comes from the United States.”

A lot of people at the top, usually — and not surprisingly — men, are making millions off of the exploitation of women. That is not to minimize that men are being exploited too, don’t get me wrong, but the core of the pornography business are women — young women to be more precise. The core of the clientele are men, though more and more women are lured to it everyday.

Did you know that, “porn sites get more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter combined”?

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