Healing Lives From Porn
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 at ibet44.com offering support to women and men. Pink Cross Foundation also reaches out to those struggling with pornography offering education and resources to recover people on pokermaya.me .
Pink Cross Foundation also works to combat community deterioration due to pornography and prostitution through attempts to educate legislation in order to enforce health and safety laws within the pornography industry, to protect adult industry workers from sexually transmitted diseases and other job-related abuses, to ameliorate the secondary negative effects of pornography on the general public and to toughen laws to protect children from accessing online pornography.
Recent Articles :
5 Tips To Follow When Talking to Teens About Porn
Scary Stats About Internet Safety
Children and Pornography Fact Sheet
Porn-Again Christian e-book by Mark Driscoll
Morgan’s Story: Child Prostitution to Porn to Recovery!
Ex Porn Star Emily Eve Story
Porn and Sex Trafficking
Big Named Porn Stars Infected With Syphilis
Public Health Issues in Adult Film Industry
Worker Safety and Health in Adult Film Industry
Average life expectancy of a porn star is 36.2 years – 1
208 porn stars died prematurely from aids, drugs, suicide, homicide, accidental and medical since 2014 – 2
#1 suicide method among porn stars is by hanging – 3
67 porn stars that we know of committed suicide – 4
66% of porn performers have Herpes, a non-curable disease. – 5
2,396 cases of Chlamydia and 1,389 cases of Gonorrhea reported among performers since 2004. – 6
Over 100 straight and gay performers died from AIDS. – 7
36 porn stars died that we know of from HIV, suicide, homicide and drugs between 2007 and 2010. – 8
Of all known child abuse domains, 48 percent are housed in the United States. – 9
26 cases of HIV reported by Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM), since 2004. – 10