Help With Pornography
Shelley Lubben Lectures at Christian School
“It’s all about money. This is pornography.” – “Doctor” Sharon Mitchell, Adult Industry Medical (AIM)
“Things are getting more and more demeaning towards women. It’s degrading. It’s very, very violent.” – “Doctor” Sharon Mitchell
“HIV got in the system, that doesn’t mean AIM failed because this is a harm reduction model that I set up for people that don’t use condoms.
I don’t say that this is going to prevent you from getting HIV.
I don’t put you in the porn business and I don’t give you HIV.” – “Doctor” Sharon Mitchell
“I sit there everyday and I sew up anal tears and anal prolapse and the physical conditions of what people are putting their bodies through is getting very, very far away from sexuality as we know it.” – “Doctor” Sharon Mitchell
“Where else but in porn can you see a guy who just met a girl that day crack her around, choke her out.” – Brandon Iron, porn producer
“I’m not here to apologize. I’m just here to say, ‘We make entertainment and let’s see how far we can take it.'” – Max Hardcore, former porn performer/producer
“Degradation drives the business. … There are things going on right now that are way over the line.” – Khan Tusion, porn producer
“Even the mildest pornography is shocking to the average person. I’m surprised it’s legal.” – Paul Thomas, porn producer
“The girls get torn up like usual.” – Vince Vouyer, porn producer
“I find myself not that much unlike the slaves and slave traders of some 400 years ago. I participate in the most heinous of ALL trades- THE BUYING AND SELLING OF HUMAN FLESH. I trade my own flesh for monetary compensation and I sell the flesh of others for the same.” – Lexington Steele, porn performer/producer
“I was the first to shoot Rocco. Together we evolved toward rougher stuff. He started to spit on girls. A strong male-dominant thing, with women being pushed to their limit. It looks like violence but it’s not. I mean, pleasure and pain are the same thing, right?” – John Stagliano, porn producer
“This industry is full of people that hate – literally HATE women.” – Julie Meadows, former porn star
Shelley Lubben Interviews Ex Porn Star
Porn Industry Statistics
36 porn stars died that we know of from HIV, suicide, homicide and drugs between 2007 and 2010.
66% of porn performers have Herpes, a non-curable disease.
2,396 cases of Chlamydia and 1,389 cases of Gonorrhea reported among performers since 2004.
Over 100 straight and gay performers died from AIDS.
26 cases of HIV reported by Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM), since 2004.
70% of sexually transmitted infections in the porn industry occur in females according to County of Los Angeles Public Health.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea among performers is 10x greater than that of LA County 20-24 year olds.
The largest group viewing online pornography is ages 12 to 17.
More than 11 million teens regularly view porn online.
There are 4.2 million pornographic websites, 420 million pornographic web pages, and 68 million daily search engine requests.
50% of men and 20% of women in the church regularly view porn.
Of 1351 pastors surveyed, 54% had viewed Internet pornography within the last year.
Of all known child abuse domains, 48 percent are housed in the United States.
At the 2003 meeting of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a gathering of the nation’s divorce lawyers, attendees revealed that 58% of their divorces were a result of a spouse looking at excessive amounts of pornography online.
Child pornography is one of the fastest growing businesses online, and the content is becoming much worse. In 2008, Internet Watch Foundation found 1,536 individual child abuse domains.
Worldwide pornography revenue in 2006 was $97.06 billion. Of that, approximately $13 billion was in the United States.
Shelley Lynn Lubben, born on the heels of revolution on May 18, 1968, is one of the world’s leading advocates in the anti-pornography movement. A former pornographic actress who performed under the stage name of Roxy, she left the sex industry in 1994 when she caught Genital Herpes, a non-curable disease.
Upon her eight year recovery at the Champion’s Centre in Tacoma, Washington, she reentered society as a new Champion woman and began teaching and preaching in prisons and rescue missions in Central California. Ordained as a Chaplain with the Order of Saint Martin, Shelley is also a graduate of Vision International University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Theological Studies.
Now, fifteen years into recovery, Shelley has appeared on both Christian and secular television and radio shows and speaks out passionately about the harms of pornography as well as shares her inspirational story of redemption through Jesus Christ.
Shelley also serves as the President of Pink Cross Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers hope, healing and support to adult industry workers around the world.
Shelley Lubben is sought worldwide to speak, educate, testify, and counsel individuals, organizations, professionals and governments regarding the illegally operating porn industry, pornography addiction, recovery from sexual abuse and the sex industry and the Champion life. Shelley is a mother of three beautiful daughters and married to Mr. Wonderful, Garrett Lubben, for fifteen years.
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Pink Cross Foundation is a faith-based IRS approved 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to reaching out to adult industry workers offering emotional, financial and transitional support. We largely focus on reaching out to the adult film industry offering support to women and men. Pink Cross Foundation also reaches out to those struggling with pornography offering education and resources to recover.