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"I Don't Want To Remember"


"I just try to block it out because I don't want to remember." ( Brittany Phillips - Child Prostitution and Pornography Victim

Over two years ago, Men Against Prostitution and Trafficking (MENAPAT)  ( to uncover the massive amount of illicit image of children on Facebook ( We discovered abusive images of young people on the Social Network ( through closed "groups," fake profiles, "special events," "interests," and "likes" created by predators who then trade and share extremely illicit images of abused children (

If change is going  to happen, it's up to YOU. Our opinion is that Facebook ( cannot be trusted with the safety of our children. Here are three ways you can change the world today:

#1 - Invite Your Friends, Family and Wider Network to join this Cause. Just click "Invite Friends" at the top.

#2 - Tell Facebook ( that they must BLOCK these images and videos of children from entering their website. Make them listen to you (
We MUST send at least 100,000 "Demand Cards" to Facebook's Menlo Park,
California offices. You can send your card from anywhere in the from this special website (

#3 - In the past year MENAPAT ( has
worked successfully to pass legislation, advised State and Federal
Lawmakers, and fought corporate ignorance all to protect young victims
from the tragedy of sexual abuse. Right now, you can discover what more is being done ( and how you can help. MENAPAT ( needs your generous support.


* Improve and strengthening State and Federal Legislation
* Educate State and Federal lawmakers

* Mobilize the global public to demand justice
* Challenge all those who are complicit in the crimes of prostitution and human trafficking around the world.

Simply visit MENAPAT ( and follow the "Donate button." It's very easy and very important.

Thank you,
Men Against Prostitution And Trafficking (

Men Against Prostitution and Human Trafficking (MENAPAT) ( is
an Independent Expenditure-Only Political Action Committee (PAC)
registered with the United States Federal Election Commission. Donations
to MENAPAT are not tax-deductible and are
reported according to all FEC regulations.


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