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It states that Section 230 doesn’t apply to civil and criminal charges of sex trafficking, or to conduct that “promotes or facilitates prostitution.” The rule applies retroactively to sites that violate it.
(It’s sometimes known as the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act or SESTA, after an earlier version of the bill.) Great news! A momentous day for survivors of online trafficking and a big victory in our fight to help end online #Sex Trafficking in this country.— Rob Portman (@senrobportman) April 11, 2018 FOSTA is clearly aimed at sites like Backpage.com, which are hubs for illegal sex work.
This manifests in a deep and profound hatred for women as a group, which shows up on a very brief scan of some of the more extreme incel communities.
“I have sluts for managers,” one poster on the forum wrote.
Now that the bill is signed into law, we’ll see exactly how web platforms — and sex workers who operate online — respond to this new legal liability.
Alek Minassian, the man who killed 10 people by driving a van down a busy street in Toronto on Monday, is a terrorist. On Tuesday afternoon, Facebook confirmed the authenticity of a post in his name, in which he pledged allegiance to something called the “Incel Rebellion.” This is not an organized militant group but rather an ideal developed by the so-called “incel” movement — an online community of men united by their inability to convince women to have sex with them.
Many of them are simply sad and lonely men, suffering from extreme social anxiety or deep depression.
FOSTA passed the Senate in March by an overwhelming majority, and it’s been endorsed by the Internet Association, which represents major companies like Facebook and Google.
Both are positioned as unattainable: The Chad is the masculine ideal, one incel men cannot emulate for reasons of poor genetics, while the Stacy is whom every incel man wants to sleep with but cannot because they aren’t a Chad.
It’s this embrace of helplessness, of their certainty of their own sexual doom, that makes the more extreme incel communities so dangerous.
A small radical fringe believes that violence, especially against women, is an appropriate response — that an “Incel Rebellion” or “Beta [Male] Uprising” will eventually overturn the sexual status quo.
Minassian is not the first to turn these violent fantasies into reality.