activists and hymns sung fake meat out of the adult entertainment industry summit in London
dozens of feminists organized a demonstration in central London to protest against the "meat market" of the pornography industry, such as adult entertainment executives attended a summit of international trade Bloomsbury.Dress
as butchers aprons stained with fake blood, activists claim received meat cutters and singing hymns to the door of the Radisson Hotel in Bloomsbury. "You are not welcome in our city," he sang. "Pornographers go home!"
The three-day EU conference XBIZ, which opened its doors for the first time Friday in London, is considered an "international digital media conference" for the adult entertainment industry .Speakers include Michael Klein
, president of Hustler porn magazine and website, and Berth Milton, President and CEO of Private Media Group, a producer and distributor of pornography. Their website says it is "designed to provide advanced educational seminars, workshops involving technology, special presentations for clients and corporate networks of high energy and opportunities to meet-".In recent years, the industry billions of dollars has become a priority for the feminist movement as fears grow about the impact of its pervasive influence is having on society in general. Activists say that watching of pornography can lead to greater acceptance of rape myths and attitudes supporting violence against women.
Gail Dines, academic and author of Pornland: How Porn has hijacked our sexuality, said he was "central" in the struggle for equality. "You can have a huge industry, based on the sexual torture and dehumanization and degradation of women. If you want any gender equality in a society that this industry can not rollering steam into the psyche of men, sexuality and identity, "he said, adding that there was an" immeasurable "difference between 'porn industry for decades and the type of "body-punishing, hardcore" material available, it became the "prime vendor" in the industry today.
not all feminists agree, however. Catherine Stephens, an activist of the International Union of sex workers, said he was opposed to pornography as a whole does not make sense because there are so many different types.
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