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Friday, August 24, 2007

Top 100 Anti-Porn Videos From YouTube All In One Post! :-)

Here are my current Top 100 anti-pornography videos from YouTube.com! (Nov. 6 update: It looks like YouTube has switched their player to only have 48 for now.) I have spent weeks collecting them just for you, so they can be put all in one easy playlist and large embedded player. Instructions and more information below the video screen for those who are interested. Enjoy! :-)



Instructions: Just scroll the list by using arrows at the left and right, click on the thumbnail of the video that you want, and then click on the triangle "play" icon in the middle of the video when it appears in the main window.

Note: Each video after that will automatically play in order, unless you choose another one. To see the rest of the 100, please go to to my playlist section of my YouTube Channel.

If you would like to see a particular video in full-screen mode, click on the YouTube icon in the bottom right of the main video screen when the video that you want is there. This will take you to the page with that video at YouTube.com. Then click on the little rectangle in the bigger rectangle in the bottom right of the video screen there. If you want to exit full-screen viewing, just click on the "Esc" key on your keyboard. (Top left of keyboard.)

If you would like more written details about these videos, check out the full listings for this playlist here. If you want to see another 100 or so anti-porn videos, (or videos about porn and related issues), please visit the main page of my YouTube Channel, or check out my anti-porn channel video playlists. (Or click on "Read More" below this post.) Playlist categories include documentaries, porn star interviews, anti-pornography conference videos, porn addiction/obsession videos, CP80 Internet porn solution videos, anti-porn book author interviews, videos of criminals influenced by porn, debates and panel discussions about pornography, anti-pornography activist videos, Girls Gone Wild and Joe Francis videos, videos about sexist media and its harmful influence on women and girls, videos on masculinity, videos about feminism and women, videos of people who are against porn sharing their thoughts, videos of current porn news, videos about porn technology, anti-porn music videos, and more! :-)

Please note that the anti-porn Google videos that I've collected for you are not able to be put in this playlist, (because they are longer than 10 minutes, and in most cases YouTube doesn't allow them), and must be accessed via the sidebar of this blog. (Please read video instructions on the sidebar first.) Thanks! :-)

For a longer list of my anti-porn video playlists, including many more details, please click on "Read More" below. Thanks! ;-) (Links to each playlist there as well.)


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Anti-Porn Music Videos (Or Videos w. Music in Them.) 23 Videos
Music videos with anti-pornography and related themes.


These are videos of anti-pornography activists engaging in creative anti-pornography activism. :-)

Anti-Pornography Book Author Interviews 14 Videos
Interviews with authors of books that address porn-related issues.

Videos of speakers at anti-pornography conferences and events. Includes videos of the 2007 National Feminist Anti-Pornography Movement conference held at Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts. Speakers at the conference included Gail Dines, Robert Jensen, Rebecca Whisnant, Robert Wosnitzer, Ana Bridges, Michelle Chang, and others. See blog sidebar for all the videos other than Gail Dines' introduction.

These are videos that address child pornography issues as well as other sorts of sexual exploitation and abuse of children, such as molestation, child prostitution, and child sex tourism.

Miscellaneous television commercials about porn.

Includes all videos about CP 80 Internet Channel Initiative. This is a solution to divide the Internet into channels, in order to make it optional to receive porn channels or not. See full information at CP80.org. The new DVD Traffic Control is about CP80, so videos about it are included here as well.

These are videos of criminals talking about how pornography has influenced their crimes such as molestation, rape and murder. Also included are videos about the connection of pornography and porn addiction/obsession to crime and sexual assault in general.

These are videos of debates about pornography such as porn star Ron Jeremy debating others. Also Compulsion Solution's George Collins and Gabriela Network debating pro-porn people.

These videos are an assortment of documentaries, documentary previews, movies, or TV shows about the reality of the porn industry. They show how pornography harms those in the industry and those outside of it.

These are videos by feminists, or about feminists and feminism, in relationship to pornography and other sex trade issues. They include anti-pornography feminist activism, speeches, interviews, documentaries and more. They also include videos that mention feminism or feminists in relationship to porn.

Yes, anti-porn people can have a sense of humor! ;-) I hope you enjoy a few laughs at the amusing comedic efforts of some very helpful and creative people. :-)

to this baby in the world needs you are this BB were in the view and no but have you and me some money for just to be think any to be key in that viewThese are videos about the Girls Gone Wild porn empire and its creator: criminal and exploiter of young women, Joe Francis.

History of Pornography and the Porn Industry 10 Videos
Videos that contain information about the history of porn and the pornography industry.

These are videos concerning different Internet porn issues and solutions. They address peer-to-peer file-sharing technology, (P2P), Internet porn filtering, and other ways of separating out and/or dealing with pornography on the Internet.

Kicesie asks: "How do you define pornography?" ,"Do you think that porn can sometimes be good, therapeutic and healthy? If so, what qualities makes it such?","Do you that porn can sometimes be bad, harmful or unhealthy? If so, what qualities makes it such?" YouTubers answer her in videos and comments. Feel free to join in! :^)

Videos about Larry Flynt, Hustler magazine, & Hugh Hefner and Playboy magazine.

These videos are of men and boys who are against pornography and are speaking up and doing something about the porn problem. The videos demonstrate that not all guys are porn users, that not all guys are in favor of porn, and that some of them care enough about doing the right thing to speak out.

These are miscellaneous videos that address porn, the sex trade, and porn-related issues that don't fall neatly into any of the other specific categories. They mostly aren't anti-porn, just informational about porn, etc. I.e. "Real doll" videos. (Sex dolls). Some of these videos are actually pro-porn, but provide useful data for anyone studying porn and similar topics.

Videos about porn addiction, (or porn obsession/compulsion), and how it has harmed those addicted to/obsessed with pornography, as well as their families, loved ones, and others. (Of course that person's porn addiction has also harmed the people in the porn videos. This is because every time a porn video is being viewed and masturbated to, someone is taking pleasure in the objectification, exploitation and/or abuse of another person. This is a violation of someone's dignity and humanity.) This section also includes information about "sex addiction", etc.

All videos about celebrities appearing in any type of homemade or commercial porn, or any connection of pornography to celebrities.

Any videos that address the relationship between the pornography industry and technology.

Interviews with current porn stars such as Jenna Jameson, Belladonna, and Sasha Grey. Also interviews with ex-porn stars such as Shelley Lubben and others. They all reveal some important truths about the harms of the pornography industry. Also included are videos about porn stars that don't necessarily have interviews in them.

These are videos concerning free speech, First Amendment, and legal issues in regards to pornography. (Sometimes referred to with the legal term Obscenity, some forms of which are also referred to as Indecency, particularly when referring to television and radio broadcast regulations.)

All videos concerning porn and politics, politicians, political issues, etc. (For informational purposes. I do not necessarily agree or disagree with the content of these videos. They are just to let people know about the politicans, politics and issues.

These are videos of news stories done about porn, pornography-related issues, and sex-trade-related issues.

Videos that contain statistics about the porn industry and pornography use. Please note that in "Porn! A historical documentary", an incorrect statistic is given regarding condom use in porn. The correct data is that condoms are used in less than 1/3 of porn films. (17% as of 2004. See the article "The Adult Film Industry: Time to Regulate?" at http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=18 92037)

Pro-Porn Videos 9 Videos
These videos are generally pro-porn and are included in order for people to be able to examine both sides of the issues so that they have the full picture and can decide for themselves. They are also useful for anti-pornography activists to study to understand the pro-porn arguments so they know what they are up against and can formulate their own responses to the points the pro-porn people are making.

These are videos about prostitution and prostituted women, girls, and children. Pornography is nothing more than filmed prostitution, and often the two are interconnected, with those who are prostituted in the usual manner being used for pornography, and those who are pornography performers sometimes engaging in typical prostitution on the side.

These videos are about the importance of protecting children from pornography on the Internet and various ways of doing so.

These are videos about how women, girls and children are forced or trafficked into prostitution or sex slavery, either for the use of local Johns or for "sex tourists". (Who are usually well-to-do white males from Western nations, who are also often married.)

These are videos from the "To Catch a Predator" series on NBC's Dateline show. Also included are other videos about sex predators. They are relevant as most predators use some form of pornography while interacting with their victims.

These are videos made either by the "adult industry", or about the "adult industry". They include video taken at the events such as the AVN awards, the Erotica L.A. porn convention, etc. They are not specifically anti-porn or against pornography in any way, however they can be useful for anti-pornography activists to study and learn about the industry.

These are videos on how male identity and masculinity are constructed in our society. They include videos of how boys are socialized into viewing and treating girls and women as objects that exist for their viewing and sexual pleasure. Also included are videos that address how "manhood" has often come to mean being tough, violent, and without empathy for the feelings of others.

These are videos about the rampant amount of sexism and sexist portrayals of girls and women in current media. (Such as commercials, magazine ads, billboards, TV shows, etc.) They include videos addressing the harmful effects of sexist and exploitive media on our society in general, but particularly on girls and women.

These are videos that address what "pornography" is, and how it is defined by different people in our society and other societies. The current definition I use is PORNOGRAPHY: Material that combines sex and/or the exposure of genitals with abuse or degradation in a manner that appears to endorse, condone, or encourage such behavior. Note contrast with EROTICA: Sexually suggestive or arousing material that is free of sexism, racism, and homophobia, and respectful of all human beings and animals portrayed. (Definitions from DianaRussell.com.)

These are videos about feminism, respect for women, equality of women, how women are treated in the world, etc. Not necessarily anything to do with pornography or the sex trade, but just about the reality of being a woman in this world.

Videos that address women's involvement with pornography in ways other than performing in it, such as using it, making it as a director or a producer, or selling, endorsing, or promoting it.

These are videos specifically about the problem of pornography being posted on YouTube, how some people are against it, and about their efforts to deal with it. Note: Any video that contains inappropriate content can be flagged by any user. Examples of inappropriate content are: 1) sexually explicit, 2) mature (over 18 only) content, 3) graphic violence, 4) hate speech, 5) other terms of use violation. YouTube promises to deal with reports within 48 hours. You can also join the "Against Porn Videos Group" here: http://www.youtube.com/group/PornVideosSuck

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Note: If you click on any of the links above and are taken to any particular playlist which contains thumbnail pictures and full details of each video, please note that the individual descriptions of each video are written by whoever uploaded them. Thanks.

I hope you enjoyed some of the videos! :-)

11 comments:

Lara said...

WOW! Thanks APA, I'll be definitely watching through these!

APA :^) said...

Hi Lara. You're very welcome. :-)

It was an enormous amount of work to locate and gather together all of these videos, but it was exactly for people like you who appreciate the result that I spent all that time and energy. So thank you for your positive feedback and for making it all worthwhile. :-)

I should mention that as new and better anti-pornography videos become available on YouTube, (because others upload them or I do so myself), this Top 100 will change, and the new and better videos will replace some of the ones on this list that aren't quite as good as the others.

In any case, I hope you have been enjoying all of the excellent videos that are currently in this playlist, and of course all of the other ones that are accessible in the sidebar of this blog or at my YouTube channel. :-)

Thanks again for your appreciative comment. Feedback like yours definitely helps make doing this challenging work easier and more pleasant. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi. It's great that you were able to attend the conference in Boston last March, and I'm glad that our conversation was helpful to you. I hope you continue your activism that is so important to our future and that of women and girls everywhere.

In sisterhood, Rebecca

Remo said...

This comment was meant to be post in the Sasha Grey on the Tyra Banks show in youtube but length limit made it impossible.
This is the blog post that came as a result of searching for such video in this site.
This is not a comment meant to be offensive, it's meant to be thoughtful. I just think that adding logic to things works best. And I do think you should prevent most girls into doing porn. The reasons are stated in the comment.
(Thanks in advance if you read, long post)

Now, I do think most woman in porn don't really know what they are doing (and that's the reason why they crack at some point) but Sasha does not seem part of that bunch. She is smart and she seems to have reasons beyond money for making adult films, sadly the interview wasn't as smart as Sasha was because I thought you could have gathered more real information above the "porn is bad, period" tone that they had to keep the interview within. I say had because clearly she had more material than any of the people in there. This interview needed a smarter person asking questions that also had done much more research than grabbing a teen prostitute and a failed porn actress.
You can tell by how she answers that she actually gave this a lot of thought. It was a rational move, more complex than the "well I was a stripper, then I went full nude, then I made porn" thing. You can't compare a thoughtful decision like that with a girl that ended up in porn because it made more money than stripping.
I can bet that if you pick a random 10 porn movies actress to go on the show they will crack, because they went into porn because of weaknesses (insecurity etc). there is no way one of those ex prostitutes could stand a shot at what tyra and guests said about it. The thing is that those paths are really different.
It's like comparing a guy that chose to work as the Hamburgers place mascot because he wanted a job than to an ex-con who had to take the mascot job because no one else would take him. Very different paths for the same job. Not my point to make hamburgers and porn the same, the point is that the paths are VERY different and that is a VERY important thing to have in mind.
She never did prostitution, BIG BIG difference.
The prostitution topic was dealt without care in this interview. First of all the comment in the video about porn and prostitution being the same is totally wrong. The comment says that the only difference is that in porn you get the act on film.
It's like saying a crack addict prostitute is the same as a pornstar. Go ask the crack addict about her house in Malibu and her BMW.
See the point? totally different right? So don't compare them like it's the same.
One is done in a studio with people that regularly do STD exams (not like that makes it safe, but it's not like porn is the only way to get a STD, they are carried by anyone really, the milkman, the pool boy, the nurse, etc) and with people that understand that is a sexual movie. The other one is usually performed in dark allies, truck stops, etc., with people that are more likely to carry an STD because they won't perform health exams regularly. It's demeaning imo. Comments like that also target unthoughtful people, taking advantage basically, which I think it's disrespectful to the audience, not to mention is just a cheapshot.
If you are going to criticize someone's position towards a sensitive issue you better use the right tools and do it in a respectful manner.
I do agree with the general position that girls do porn while in weak periods of life or by bad choices or addictions,etc , but I also think that there is a VERY little population within the adult movie actors/actress that actually enjoy it. I think Sasha is part of that population. If you research some of them they end up just fine. They do porn, they like it, you don't. Not their problem.

What it IS a problem and I think it's very serious is all that major population that actually are in porn for the wrong reasons. There should be better ways to help those people. Like the 14 yo girl in this interview.

Bottom line (or for the TL;DR's):
You can't generalize girls going to porn because of some trauma. Because not all pornstars are in it for traumas.
There is problems with MOST people that try porn but not ALL so trying to force wrong in someones life because you think it's bad is not good. Especially if you have no good material to debate with. Sasha was in another level in this interview while Tyra and crew were one step behind.

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Anonymous said...

Hi,

I'm writing to you because I believe there is a way to fight the adult film industry using a sort of "fight fire with fire" strategy. Here is an LA Times article about how free content has dealt a severe blow to that industry: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-ct-porn10-2009aug10,0,4788614.story

The strategy is to simply try and shift people who pay for pornography by informing them about these free sites, thus destroying revenue streams to paid media. This could be dangerous and you would have to be careful not to bring new people into the market. Even more dangerous is the abundance of online free pornography which could accelerate a user's addiction.

The underlying social problem will still be there but that is a long slow battle that will take who knows how long to overcome. In the meantime, by destroying the incentive for young women to get in the industry by reducing the money they make we can effect change. In that article it mentions a girl who now has to transition her life out of making adult films because the money is not there. This is great!

I'm writing you because I have no connections and no resources to get something like this started. I'd also like another person's take on this idea, maybe it would do more harm than good?

Please reply to nsew01@yahoo.com

DivineInterllect said...

Hi all

There are many solutions to combat a crisis like this however it means hard campaign work. It is not easy to change people who are pro-porn or pro-prostitution. The one place to build is our youth by giving then a renewed value proposition. I am not ultimately sure how to go abouth appealing to them globally but I do believe it can become an investment for corporate marketing. By this I mean Companies getting involved by associating there brand to a course of this kind. I reckon an international label/icon in aid of global awareness would be a great campaign. It becomes a reciprocal trade.
HIV Aids campaigns began this way, and are still exposed in a very similar manner. Hopefully this could heal a greater part of this crisis. Not only the corporate world would want to be associated, but all celebs as well. Its unfortunate that people still hold on to some sort of worship and idolisation however for this purpose it could proove positive in spreading the greater message. News medias will all gain by carrying these stories. The pitch could be that those in association with this icon could have the chance of placing there brand or ID on the site or media chosen.

Lets work on an Icon and pitch to invite the world to further enhance this message.

Thanks.

Anti-Pornography Activist :-) said...

To DivineInterllect:

Thank you so much for sharing your very creative idea that could help address the problem of pornography. I'm not able to pursue any idea like that personally, as my current projects are more than enough to keep at least 10 people busy, but perhaps you can find support for realizing your vision and promoting it within some of the anti-porn groups and organizations that are represented on the Internet, especially at the social networking sites.

If you are on Facebook or MySpace, there are numerous anti-porn groups there that you could search for and perhaps find some people to work with to further this idea.

Anyway, it's great to see someone thinking so creatively about solutions in regards to this issue. I support your efforts and wish you all of the best and much success. :-)

Anonymous said...

When you said that pornography isn't prostitution...well you're wrong. If you look what the definition of prostitution is you'll see that it means to "engage in sexual activity either for money or other material things".

These women and men are getting paid to perform sexual acts..so in actuality they are PROSTITUTES. To distant itself from prostitution is the same thing porn supporters do and claim that it's freedom of expression.

Please, do not make any more inaccurate statments about porn not being prostitution..because it's flat out PROSTITUTION.

Anti-Pornography Activist :-) said...
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Anti-Pornography Activist :-) said...

To Anonymous of April 7, 2011:

Thank you for your comment. I am guessing that your comment is in response to "Remo" who posted a comment on November 15, 2008 differentiating between pornography and prostitution. In any case, I agree with you that pornography is just filmed prostitution.

On the issue of prostitution, please feel free to check out my pages at my nonprofit organization's website -- AntiPornography.org -- on this issue. Thank you.

Take care and best wishes to you! :-)