It's not often you see an online comedy sketch that eviscerates revenge porn, highlights the importance of consent, delineates the difference between smut and exploitation, AND IS FUNNY. But from the brains of national treasure Jake "Book of Secrets" Fogelnest, here comes America's Next Sick Fuck. The premise is…
Of all the experiences the county fair offers — pig riding contests and chili cook-offs and dunk tanks and sneaking in alcohol and throwing up on a ferris wheel — you might not imagine being pitched a career in the exciting and lucrative world of porn would be included. But for a few underage girls at the Alameda…
"Sweetie" is a digital decoy designed to trick perverts into thinking they're having webcam sessions with a real live 10-year-old Filipina. In just two months, researchers were able to identify 1,000 people who offered money to the fake profile in exchange for sex acts.
Some good news today: teens are less likely than in previous years to get unwanted sexual propositions over the internet. Does this mean To Catch a Predator is working?
A group of British Columbia teenagers lured pedophiles to public locations, then appeared dressed as superheroes like Batman and the Flash and publicly shamed them. They also posted their encounters on YouTube. However, Canadian police have warned them that their unconventional crime-fighting tactics might put other…
"What are friends for" is often posed as a rhetorical question. But a team of scientists believe they have an answer, and that answer is: to keep you from getting eaten.
Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire financier who the FBI believes molested around 40 underaged girls, was assisted by a prominent modeling agent and scout. Here’s what we know about Jean Luc Brunel.
The embattled titty photographer's spread (no pun intended) in the latest issue of art magazine The Journal is not safe for work. Though it does make one reconsider the word "ladyflower."
"I don't like to exploit anybody. That's not my bag. Everyone has fun on my shoots," says fashion photographer Terry Richardson. But those who work with him continue to accuse him of sexual harassment, and they've told us their stories.