Press / xHamster.com Declares Brock Turner Rule
xHamster.com has announced that it is taking a stand against [email protected] culture by bringing up what the porn giant calls a newly instituted company policy called the Brock Turner rule.
The company which is one of the largest porn sites in the world has released an official statement in regards to the ruling which sentenced convicted [email protected] Brock Turner to just 6 months in jail.
“We are shocked and appalled by the miscarriage of justice that transpired in the Brock Turner trial. Turner should have been sentenced to the maximum penalty and not a slap on the wrist. xHamster while an advocate for free speech does not condone any type of non-consensual sex that further propagates [email protected] culture. Our size and influence in the online adult world has proven to be a f0rce for change and we want to use it not only for the advancement of transgender rights but to end [email protected] culture for good” stated xHamster spokesman Alex Hawkins.
“We are calling for an urgent attention to the increased demand for v1olence observed recently. Whenever a user is looking for a “[email protected]” category on xHamster, we`ll show him the following message: “If you are searching for this category, probably it`s time you consulted with a professional psychologist”. Afterwards, a user will be redirected to the website offering free online help www.7cups.com.
We want to help the victim by covering the hospital expenses, and any related expenses to her staying in the psychological rehab center and/or professional lawyer`s consultations.
xHamster does not tolerate any form of v1olence. Mr Turner to be sentenced to the maximum penalty, followed by dismissal of Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, the one who approved of the light sentencing.
Not only will this practice be banned on xHamster.com but we will encourage all the rest of the industry to follow suit and institute the Brock Turner rule.”