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Sunday, November 19, 2023

Sneako is asking why a Rabbi own Pornhub

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Sneako is asking why Pornhub is owned by Rabbi.

Solomon Friedman is not someone readily defined: He’s a defence lawyer and an organ donor; a firearms advocate and an ordained rabbi; an investor, philanthropist, and pornography magnate.

If the 37-year-old father of three is not the most interesting man in Ottawa, then the licensed pilot and part-time law professor is certainly one of the busiest.

“I’m a big believer that you always need to keep learning in life, you need to keep challenging yourself,” Friedman said in an interview days after the private equity firm that he helped found, Ethical Capital Partners, bought the world’s largest adult entertainment site, Pornhub.

One of the most visited sites on the internet, Pornhub is also among the most controversial. It’s now the subject of a series of lawsuits from people who claim its former owners failed to stop images of child abuse, sexual assault and other illegal, non-consensual sex from being posted to the website. More than 2.2 million people have signed an online petition to shut down the site.

News of its mid-March purchase by Ethical Capital Partners stunned many of those in Ottawa’s tight-knit legal community. Why would one of their leading members want anything to do with something as toxic as Pornhub?

Not surprisingly, Friedman has a considered position on the matter. “Unlike a courtroom where I’m representing one person at a time,” he argues, “here the scale for change and positive effect is enormous.”
PornHub is used to post videos where minors are raped by adult men. There's an endless stream of 14-year-old girls being posted against their will. Besides the obvious evils of pedophilia being posted, the site can only do evil. Whether both parties engage in consensual intercourse or not.

So what did rabbi Friedman mean by making it a place for good?

Before PornHub came under fire for profiting off rape videos, anyone could post a video. Under Friedman's watch, users are now required to be verified. Seems good right?

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