0:34 – Introduction to Liz Yore
1:28 – Liz talks about her experiences with human trafficking cases and how pimps use pornography as part of their illegal business. Anti-trafficking advocates should not talk about porn as a victimless crime.
3:46 – How big is human trafficking? Why is it so lucrative?
5:20 – Who are the common victims of trafficking?
5:54 – Liz talks about the main ways porn is connected to trafficking: training of victims, use of victims to make porn, blackmailing potential victims, and increasing demand for victims.
8:28 – Liz talks about the deafening silence in the media and in the culture at large about the link between porn and trafficking.
9:37 – How both pimps and johns use porn in their encounters with victims
12:23 – Why isn’t the dialogue happening and what kind of movement do we need to chance that?
17:03 – How should react? How do we make porn a public health crisis?
19:45 – Liz talks about the need for a “renaissance of innocence” among adults.
22:15 – Liz talks about the impact of porn on the brains of children and why there are a growing number of sex crimes among children to other children.
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