#ComcastCares? Then Why Does It Sell Sexually Exploitive Material?

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Saturday, #ComcastCaresDay began trending on Twitter as Comcast launched its annual corporate volunteer event.

As the hashtag began climbing, though, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation addressed the irony that although Comcast claims to care about building communities, it also has defending selling pornography with racist, sexist, and violent themes.

NCOSE spoke out on Twitter, stating:

“If #ComcastCares then why did @Comcast defend selling racist, violent & child-themed porn?”


U.S. law prohibits distribution of hardcore, obscene pornography through cable or subscription services on TV and through the Internet.


Comcast Xfinity pornography themes include: babysitting, teens, gagging, incest, school girls, sex trafficking, racism, physical abuse, sexism, degradation.

Comcast provides dozens of pornography titles via its Cinemax, Playboy, Vivid, Hustler, TEN, and Too Much for TV channels and subscriptions. All in all, by one review conducted in April 2016, there were 515 X-rated offerings on Comcast’s Xfinity.

Our society is struggling to cope with the impacts of multiple forms of sexual abuse and violence: child sexual abuse, adult sexual exploitation, racially-motivated sexual violence, sex trafficking, and more. These problems have not emerged from a vacuum but flourish within the context of unprecedented access to hardcore pornographic material. Adult, hardcore pornography—with its raw, brutal, debasing, violent and hate-filled themes—exacerbates the deeply entrenched social ills mentioned above and unleashes devastating impacts at the individual and societal level.

By distributing pornography, Comcast is participating in and encouraging these harms, which is why Comcast is on NCOSE’s 2017 Dirty Dozen List.

Send an Email to Say: If Comcast Cares, Then Comcast Must Stop Selling Sexual Exploitation

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The Numbers


NCOSE leads the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation with over 300 member organizations.


The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has had over 100 policy victories since 2010. Each victory promotes human dignity above exploitation.


NCOSE’s activism campaigns and victories have made headlines around the globe. Averaging 93 mentions per week by media outlets and shows such as Today, CNN, The New York Times, BBC News, USA Today, Fox News and more.



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