Viral Facebook Video Blasts Comcast for Racist/Incest/Teen Pornography

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A Facebook Live video, calling out Comcast for selling hardcore pornography that depicts themes of racism, incest, violence, and slavery, has gone viral, drawing over 20,000 views in less than a day.

The video forms part of the #CleanUpComcast campaign organized by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), which urges people to reach out to Comcast on Twitter, via email, and via phone to demand that they stop selling hardcore pornography.

For the first time this year, NCOSE added Comcast to its list of the nation’s twelve leading corporations that facilitate pornography and sexual exploitation, a shame list dubbed the “Dirty Dozen.” NCOSE, which operated for years under the name “Morality in Media,” is a leading organization in the fight against pornography and sexual exploitation.

Comcast was added to the 2017 list “because it not only directly sells pornography via its Xfinity TV, but it also has actively defended selling pornography with violent, racist, and sexist themes,” NCOSE declared.

“No corporation or organization should profit from or facilitate sexual exploitation,” NCOSE executive director Dawn Hawkins said in statement.” The disturbing truth, she said, “is that many well-established brands, companies, and organizations in America are major perpetrators of sexual harm — whether that be through pornography, prostitution, or sex trafficking.”

NCOSE has urged Comcast CEO Brian Roberts to stop Comcast’s “ongoing distribution of hardcore pornography via Xfinity television’s video-on-demand and premium channel services.” In response, Comcast senior executive vice president David Cohen wrote back to NCOSE defending Comcast’s sale of adult videos — including such titles as “White Girl Takes Black Anal Gangbangs,” “Hot Stepdaughter Orgy” and others too graphic to reproduce — saying Comcast believes “that all of it falls within the bounds of the law.”

Last year, Comcast — NBC’s parent company — demanded that the NRA remove images of guns from two television ads it had submitted for the Great American Outdoor Show (GAOS).

The offending ads — one titled “Family” and the other “Exhibitors” — included split-second images of firearms interspersed with images of tents, large game, fish, and rods and reels. GAOS is a show for fans of “shooting, fishing, and camping.”

Comcast has reportedly defended its sale of hardcore pornography as a “benefit to consumer choice.”

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