Torture by any other name

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Torture by any other name

Made for The Helen Bamber Foundation in conjunction with The Body Shop, Emma Thompsons portrayed experience of rough forced sex is shown from the view of her assailant as she relates two sets of memories. On one hand we have Elena, a girl with hope and optimism for the future. On the other hand we have Maria, a numbed prostitute who is often forced into as many as 40 sex acts daily. The final text: Women enslaved by sex trafficking lose more than just their names. Trafficking is torture.

The Torture by any other name ad was developed at Quiet Storm Films, written by Neal Colyer. Filming was directed and edited by Steven Sander, with director of photography Caren Moy, executive producer Kate Pirouet, and stylist Kathleen McGarry.

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25 COMMENTS

  1. when i see this i want to kill such men and i am sorely tempted to doubt there is a god!

  2. http://youtu.be/rh_d9Xg35o8の時間が短いです。
    全編は無理かもしれませんが、レイプシーンの部分30分くらいにして欲しいですね!

  3. Made for The Helen Bamber Foundation in conjunction with The Body Shop, Emma Thompsons portrayed experience of rough forced sex is shown from the view of her assailant as she relates two sets of memories. On one hand we have Elena, a girl with hope and optimism for the future. On the other hand we have Maria, a numbed prostitute who is often forced into as many as 40 sex acts daily. The final text: Women enslaved by sex trafficking lose more than just their names. Trafficking is torture.

    The Torture by any other name ad was developed at Quiet Storm Films, written by Neal Colyer. Filming was directed and edited by Steven Sander, with director of photography Caren Moy, executive producer Kate Pirouet, and stylist Kathleen McGarry.

  4. That makes you just as bad as the pimps, you obviously don't deserve quality if you complain about such trivial things. That's a little childish. And you should consider yourself lucky any woman would give you the time of day with an attitude like that

  5. I never said I never scored a quality woman. I said I never have without fiancial investments like dinners, movie tickets, and gas money. I don't see any difference between prostitution and paying for a womans drinks. Sex for men is almost always a costly affair

  6. The reason you can't score a quality woman is because you are only looking for sex…. and you wouldn't be able to tell if most people are being forced into it, it's all an act anyway.

  7. I would never have sex with a woman who I thought was being forced into it. I am all for jailing and prosecuting anyone who tries to put a woman through such agony. But at the same time sex always has cost me something. I have never scored a quality woman without putting up some kind of cost first. Dinner, drinks, movie tickets and other crap. I just don't see any difference between this and consensual prostitution. In fact its just more honest

  8. I'm not saying consensual sex is – hey they can do whatever they want – I was saying that the trade which is underground – the stuff that actually SHOULD be stopped is what's bad. Why not? I think you answered your own question, judging from previous comments. To each his own, feel free to go have sex on the streets knowing that because of this people see nothing wrong with it. Just remember the gist of the video – Trafficking, which is essentially abduction and involves the things I mentioned.

  9. How is consensual prostitution violent or abusive? Its just sex consensual normal sex where a guy happens to leave some money on the dresser. It involves no abuse to anyone. Its no different then a man buying a girl a drink and movie ticket and having sex with him. Should everyone who engages in causual sex be arrested too? If not why not? If you want sex restricted the Muslim world is a fantastic place to move in free societies consensual sex should not have any restrictions

  10. Anti-prostitution laws won't stop the industry, I agree to that, but by banning it doesn't mean effectively saying no and then doing nothing about it. The black market for sex will exist regardless, but stricter control (as in anti-prostitution laws) will still be of use. By not enforcing these laws, yes, the black market may no longer be an underground business, but then it becomes a tragic normality, and still as equally as violent, abusive, and horrific. Laws or no, it's wrong.

  11. The opposite is actually true. By banning all prostitution you make it virtually impossible to police the industry and thus it makes sex slavery harder to fight. If it was legalized and in the open underground industries would try up. Anti-Prostitution laws may be the dumbest laws on the books

  12. Despite societal views of 'ugly' consensual prostitution only makes it easier for the real, oppressive business to work. Yes, there are some people who do it out of choice, but not many compared to how many people are forced to do it.

  13. Consenual prostitution involves none of those things. I see it as discrimination because pretty people don't need to pay for sex because its easy for them to get. Its only people who are ugly who might not. Thus I see anti-postitution laws as society persecuting ugly people and for no reason making their lives more miserable then they already are

  14. "if an ugly man can't find someone to have sex with, then perhaps he should pursue a relationship"
    Easier said then done. If a man doesn't look like a JCPenny model most women will shut him down before he can say one word. People like sex and they prefer it with pretty people and if your not pretty you will always be discriminated against. A prostitute cares less about looks and thus is probably the least shallow type of partner. I see laws against prostitution as effective discrmination

  15. Equating strip clubs or consensual prostitution to sex slavery potrayed in this video is absurd. Its possible if prostitution was legalized between consenting adults it would close a black market and make it harder for sex slavers to operate

  16. Part of the problem is that the customers consist of senators, governors, judges, police, secret service, neighbors, co workers, etc etc… rampant corruption. This is a very serious and pervasive horror folks

  17. I read many posts here, and see a few from a year ago placeing the blame on the US. We have played and still play a role but this is a global problem. Rather than debate it, spread awareness, call athorities, do everything in your power to stamp this perversion out

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