I would like to thank all the radical feminists without whose work, activism and research this website wouldn't have been possible to create, especially Catharine MacKinnon, Melissa Farley, Rebecca Whisnant, Robert Jensen (If I hadn't come across the Cruel Edge article on the Net, I wonder if I'd still be asking to myself what's going on in the pornographic world and the society today?), Gail Dines, Diana Russell, Nikki Craft, Sam Berg, One Angry Girl, Ann Simonton, Adriene Sere, Christine Stark, Sheila Jeffreys, and many others...
I'd also like to thank Adam Cohen and Jendi Reiter for their help (not in creating the website -- I created it all by myself -- but in emailing me tips about copyrights and stuff).
I'd also like to thank all the authors who allowed me to reproduce their articles on this website.
This website is dedicated to the memory of Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005 -- photo below), whose unbelievable courage and unrelenting fight for women and girls' rights to dignity, equality and freedom from being abused or prostituted has played a great part for me in the motivation for the creation of this website.
This website is also dedicated to all women and men who:
-- recognize that pornography and prostitution are cruel manifestations of inequality and injustice (and who admit that pornography is misogynist propaganda), which were designed to harm women and keep them down, and are committed to the fight against those industries;
-- defend the human rights of all women, girls, boys and men who are being abused and/or prostituted; and
-- search for and want to promote a sexuality which would include true equality and humanity; as well as reject the unfair sexuality of pornography.
Finally, I'd like to give a particular thought to my mother who, I think, should get herself out of the Church, as (patriarchal) religions are, I believe, merely another expression of male dominance.
The creator of this website.
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