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The Butterfly Effect (Original Podcast)

Autor: Jon Ronson
Spieldauer: 3 Std. und 30 Min.
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✓ Ein Original Podcast aus den USA

✓ Eine Serie in 7 Folgen

✓ Kostenlos für Audible-Abonnenten

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Join best-selling author Jon Ronson as he traces the story of one very strange butterfly effect: What happened after a teen in Brussels figured out how to make porn free and easily accessible on the internet. Traveling from the tech world of Silicon Valley to the San Fernando Valley, where most porn films were made, you learn the consequences of free porn, which turn out to be mysterious, shocking, sad, and, at times, even surprisingly sweet. A 7-part series takes you on a journey to places you’ll never expect. [Explicit]

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cool concept Flyer in the Wall documentray

highly entertaining and well constructed journey through the intended and intended consequences of technology and the porn industry

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It's no statement for sex work as human right

This ego profile work seems not to indent to demand any better labour situation or more acceptance for sex workers instead it's blaming the concentration of profits. That's fact but almost everywhere usual in a world where 26 peoples wealth is equal to that of the world populations poorest half. Those poor creatures seems not to been determined as human from the other world side who are making money always at least indirectly with weapon industrial complexes too. The profitable weapons will be always used for ever only from the poor to safe the rich and their illegal wealth.

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