A new study found that the number of forced-sex-toys (FSST) and forced-transsexual (FTT) videos posted to YouTube is on the rise, with more than 3 million of them posted to the site this year.
The report by the Human Rights Campaign, the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Center for Transgender Equality, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force found that nearly 3.6 million videos posted by users in 2015 featured forced-masturbation, including videos where a person is forced to have sex with a sex toy, including vibrators, anal beads, or a vibrator.
The study also found that FST videos are increasing exponentially, with users uploading more than 1.2 million videos in 2015.FST videos have also skyrocketed in popularity, with videos gaining more than 9,000 new views and more than 2.1 million views from October 2015 through August 2016, according to the report.
“This is not surprising given the high number of FSTs, as FST users are typically the first to post a video, and are likely to be the first people to post such content, because they are the ones that are most likely to report sexual assault and harassment,” said HRC Senior Vice President and General Counsel Janice Lang, who authored the report with her husband, Tom Lang.
“We need to take action to stop these videos and the people who make them.
We need to work to stop online platforms from exploiting these vulnerable people and our community.”FST video sites, which are often run by people with extreme personalities and often attract thousands of viewers, often feature people who are known to be transphobic and abusive toward trans people.
A 2014 report by BuzzFeed found that while the site has an anti-harassment policy, users with FST accounts frequently report being harassed online by people on the site, including people they know.
The site is also notorious for having a high number in the trans community, with a large number of trans women and trans men being victims of hate crimes.
Lang told The Associated Press that it’s not only the content of the videos that’s getting people hurt, but also the language in them.
“A lot of the FSTers use phrases like ‘I need a condom,’ or ‘I can’t believe you’re here,'” she said.
“They don’t even want to put words in the mouth, and they use phrases such as ‘I’m not comfortable with it.'”
While the majority of people who view these videos are men, a large percentage of FSPT videos are directed at women.
The report found that men made up more than 80 percent of all FST viewers, with nearly half of them being women.
Langs said the numbers show that people don’t want to see themselves as victims in a world where they are often viewed as perpetrators.
“It’s not that the videos don’t hurt people.
They do, and it’s important that people understand that they have a role in this and that they need to be responsible for it, and that’s why the videos are becoming more prevalent,” she said, noting that women’s voices are often not included in the videos, which is a violation of the law.LANG also said that people need to stop thinking of themselves as the victims when it comes to these videos.”
You have a right to be free to do whatever you want in your life, and to be yourself.
But people need help, and we need help from all sides of society to do this,” she added.