Pornhub removes Girls Do Porn, finally drawing a line at sex trafficking charges

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When 22 women sued independent label Girls Do Porn in June for allegedly manipulating them into performing sex acts for a global audience, it wasn’t enough for giant adult video site Pornhub to stop promoting Girls Do Porn as an official “Content Partner” and profiting from the arrangement.

After some of those women and their lawyers told Motherboard specifically how over 100 women had allegedly been lied to and bullied by Girls Do Porn, it was only enough for Pornhub to remove videos from the specific women who’d sued Girls Do Porn, and only from Pornhub’s official Girls Do Porn channel, not the rest of its site.

It’s only today, three days after the federal government revealed that the owners of Girls Do Porn have been arrested and…

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