Porn Surf is a Proud Supporter of Human Rights Initiatives in Europe and Around the World

This year, as well as all upcoming years in the foreseeable future, Porn Surf will be a prominent fixed figure at the annual human rights convention taking place in some countries in Europe. We are proud to not only be a supporter of this fine organization, however, we also spearhead our own projects, as well as provide funding for other worthy causes, initiatives and projects through charitable donations. Our donations are not only limited to monetary support. In addition to financial contributions, we also provide assistance in the way of human resources and capital.

As our CEO is a featured speaker this year, we have a lot of topics to cover within our anticipated presentations and speeches, which relate not only to how the adult entertainment industry is involved in the fight for freedom, and the protection of human rights and liberties, but also on more generalized topics covering all areas of this important subject as well.

The first stop of the European Human Rights Convention will take place in Madrid, Spain. Here, we explain, in detail, the steps our organization has taken to liberate freedoms and rights for legal online sex workers, as well as assist in lowering the stigma surrounding work in pornographic films and other adult entertainment industry sectors of employment. The type of sex work that we are currently advocating for within government legislation in Europe include areas like web cam modeling, and other contract work where nude modeling, as well as areas where more intimate sexual contact such as hardcore anal penetration may be involved. Although their work is currently legal, many actresses within the adult entertainment industry find it difficult to obtain and keep employment in the future, after deciding to leave the adult industry. Our organization works tirelessly every single day to help everyday, hard working citizens adjust to life after working in the sex industry in any fashion.

There are many people in this world who would argue that porn is a human rights violation. We are stepping up to the plate by taking the corporate responsibility right into our own hands to prove that pornography is a constitutional right in countries which promote free speech, and also a human right.

There are certainly a few issues that we believe warrant a serious discussion. This includes the ease of access to sexually explicit material on the world wide web on devices without any pre-configured content filtering services activated. We understand that although we make every effort we possibly can to prevent the media we host from being viewed by those under the age of majority in their respective states, there are some instances where those who shouldn't be accessing those websites find ways to do so. We continue to work with governments and organizations around the world to continue to reduce and minimize the exposure of material that could be potentially harmful to those who should not be accessing it.

Although this convention is specific to Europe and European laws, many of the constitutions are very similar to the First Amendment of the United States of America. At the time of this writing, pornographic material is protected free speech in the majority of first world nations around the world. In fact, most laws only relate to obscenity and not pornography.

The erotic materials that appear on our website are those that are in line with today's adult community standards in most regions. All of the models who appear in videos and photos within our domain have all been age verified with government issued photo identification.

So, how does the European Court of Human Rights and the former European Commission of Human Rights brought under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) view the commission of these sexually explicit pornographic contents distrubuted from our servers to end-users throughout the European partner nations? We will address these concerns and more at the upcoming seminar in Madrid, Spain.

The other important topic that has been discussed, sometimes in great detail, and at length over the past several years has been that of so-called "revenge porn". Porn Surf does not under any circumstances or situations tolerate the uploading, hosting, or distributing of such content anywhere on our domain. We do believe that this segment is a violation of human rights and there is every need to prosecute the offenders to the fullest extent of the law.

This type of pornography, although we are hesitant to even call it that, is non-consensual, and therefore is not even an argument of whether or not this is a violation of anyone's basic human rights. This involuntary porn that is uploaded without the knowledge of the persons appearing within the material has run rampant on other websites run by irresponsible companies in our general opinion. How has Porn Surf managed to avoid getting caught up in the tangles of what has become known as "cyber rape"? Simply put, anyone who uploads content to our website is verified by official government issued photo identification.

Now, we also understand that there is the other side of the flip coin that porn is not necessarily a human rights issue, but a civil rights issue for women. We can certainly appreciate some of their viewpoints, however, we at Porn Surf believe that we empower women around the world to explore their sexual fantasies, take advantage of their sexual freedoms allowed to them in their countries, and also earn a very healthy living with an income they would not be able to earn from any other line of work.

We are always welcome to any questions, concerns or comments. Our contact information is accessible anytime through our company information page.

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