Pink Cross Foundation is a faith-based IRS approved 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to reaching out to adult industry workers offering emotional, financial and transitional support. We largely focus on reaching out to the adult film industry offering education and resources to victims of sex trafficking and violence in the workplace. Pink Cross Foundation also reaches out to those struggling with pornography addiction offering education and large doses of truth to recover.
Men and women addicted to porn need to hear it straight from the women who were there.
Pink Cross Foundation also works to combat community deterioration due to pornography and sex trafficking through attempts to educate legislation about the illegally operating porn industry, to educate the general public and to toughen laws to protect women and children from modern-day slavery.
Warning: This web site contains large doses of truth about the sex industry for purposes of education. If you are 17 years of age or under please ask your parents for permission to view this web site, although statistics show the largest group for viewing online pornography is ages 12 - 17.
Because of the huge epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases, illegal drug use and violence toward adult industry workers, Shelley founded the Pink Cross Foundation in January, 2007.
Shelley Lubben is one of the world’s leading advocates in the anti-pornography movement who launched a massive online campaign against the porn industry in 2004 through her web site at www.shelleylubben.com.
A former pornographic actress who performed under the stage name of Roxy, she left the porn industry in 1994 when she caught Genital Herpes, a non-curable disease and HPV, human papillomavirus which later led to cervical cancer where she had half of her cervix removed.
She is the founder of Pink Cross Foundation, a nonprofit that reaches out to women in porn and sex work offering a way out as well as educating porn viewers with large doses of truth about the reality of porn. She is author of the most eye-opening book, “Truth Behind the Fantasy of Porn,” where she gives a detailed candid account into the underworld of porn and how she escaped that hell.
Learn more about Pink Cross at www.thepinkcross.org
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