Last Friday afternoon, the Standing Committee on Health released the long-awaited results of Motion 47, a report on the public health effects of the ease of access and viewing of online violent and degrading sexually explicit material on men, women, and children. The results were surprising. Of the committee’s four recommendations, three have little or nothing to do with graphic sexual violence on the internet.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2016 Media Contact: Dave Knox / email: firstname.lastname@example.org MPs From All Five Parties Join Together to Host a Screening of a Timely Documentary on Pornography A roomful of parliamentarians and senators munched on popcorn as the film started, but the place grew quiet as they learned how easy it is […]
Japan-South Korea relations have been strained for years, in part due to the issue of ‘comfort women,’ but the two governments have finally reached an agreement. During World War II, Japan’s military used about 200,000 sex slaves, many of them Korean, to “revitalize” the soldiers.