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The United States Department of Justice owns the world's largest database of child porn!

The National Child Victim Identification Program (NCVIP) is the world's largest database of child pornography. This database is maintained by the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the United States Department of Justice.

The Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section have joined forces with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for the purpose of finding out the identifies of children that have been abused.

Andrew Oosterban began developing this program in 1999, before it was launched in 2003. The database is filled with images from the United States customs Service, FBI, Secret Service, Postal Inspection Service, and numerous other organizations.

For security purposes, only higher up officers with security clearance are allowed to look at the database. Regular police officers are not allowed to manually browse the database, and they are unable to identify the victims by name.

When child porn is seized by police, investigators are responsible for inspecting the entire collection before submitting it to the database. In 2007 more than 10,000 images of child pornography were seized.

Two police officers were in charge of reviewing every single image.


There is a well-known Muppets song that was originally written for a softcore porn!

Mah Nà Mah Nà is a song written by Piero Umiliani. The song originally appeared in a mockumentary Italian film titled Sweden: Heaven and Hell.

The film is considered a soft pornography because it is about wild sexual activity and other lewd behavior! The song later appeared on Sesame Street during a Frank Oz sketch featuring two female puppets who are unsure what to do when a scraggly haired Muppet starts to sing the song to them.

On November 30, 1969, "Mahna Mahna" was performed on The Ed Sullivan Show by three new Muppet characters. The song was intentionally slowed down to make it sound more playful and appealing to children.

Over the years, the song would become a staple in the Muppets soundtrack. In fact, the song was sang over 40 years after it originally appeared on Sesame Street during the 2011 Muppets film!


A former employee of the dating website Ashley Madison filed a lawsuit for an injury they sustained after making 1,000 fake profiles!

Ashley Madison is a dating website for people that want to cheat on their on their spouses. Everyone that uses the website claims to have a spouse, whether that is a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife.

Doriana Silva, a Brazilian immigrant living in Canada, worked on the Portuguese version of Ashley Madison. She was asked to make 1,000 profiles for sexy women that didn't actually exist, but she was only given 3 weeks to complete this task.

Since she had such a heavy workload to complete in such a short period of time, Doriana Silva spent many hours working overtime to complete the high demand.

After her wrists and fingers began to cause her pain, she asked the company for a break. They refused. Now, nearly 3 years later, Doriana Silva claims to have permanent pain in her wrists and fingers!

As a result of this pain, Silva filed a lawsuit for $20,000,000 for what she simply refers to as "unjust enrichment".

Silva claims that had she known her job would have been to create fake profiles to try and get men to buy memberships to the site, she would have never started working for the company.


Scientists can't come to an agreement on why men find breasts attractive!

Scientists have debated why there is a sexual attraction to breasts in the first place. British zoologist Desmond Morris theorized that cleavage resembles the cleft between the buttocks.

Having a round butt is unique to humans. Other primates generally have a flatter buttocks.

Evolutionary psychologists have noted that women have permanently enlarged breasts, while other primates' breasts only enlarge during ovulation. They believe that this allows females to solicit male attention, even though they aren't actually fertile!

The obsession heterosexual males have with breasts has been around for thousands of years. However, not every man finds breasts to be sexually attractive, and because of this, many scientists believe that an attraction to breasts is actually a fetish!

In the 1920's, people were fond of women with small breasts. In 1964, a film maker named Russ Meyer started to produce films which featured actresses with large breasts.

This started the usage of large breasted women in movies we see today. He would sometimes hire women who were in their first trimester of pregnancy because their breasts were larger!


Carrie Fisher, the actress who played Princess Leia, once photocopied her breasts and handed them out to people on the set of Star Wars! Why?

Carrie Fisher is best known for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy. Everyday, it took her two hours to get her iconic hair and make-up on.

Her costume typically consisted of a long white robe, but under that robe, she was instructed she wasn't allowed to wear a bra. According to Fisher, she was told that she shouldn't wear a bra because there was no lingerie in space.

Whenever there were scenes in which she had to run, production assistants bound her breasts down using gaffer tape. Carrie Fisher took the situation with a light heart, and was often caught saying "At the end of the day we should have an auction with the crew, whoever wins gets to rip the gaffer tape off my breasts."

To continue with the joke of her breasts being exploited, Carrie Fisher went out of her way to make a photocopy of her breasts. She asked her friend Charlie who was part of the film crew, to help her pass the images around to everyone else on set!



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