STOP the sexual exploitation of children before they are born! BAN PORNOGRAPHY FEATURING PREGNANT WOMEN!

Alexandra Mayers’ stalker – a man by the name of Donald Carlos Seoane aka Donny Long (founder of the racist, homophobic and misogynistic hate crime known as Pornwikileaks) sexually exploited his own child in adult content (pornography) BEFORE IT WAS BORN.

Seoane aka Donny Long (and his wife Heather) featured their child in online pornography content from the time of it’s conception (a fact that is easily verifiable on Seoane’s wife’s website).

Alexandra Mayers (along with a high percentage of the population in Germany) believes that the sexual exploitation of a child (be it outside or within the womb) is one of the most horrific crimes against humanity. Alexandra Mayers believes that though Seoane has targeted her family extensively via his Pornwikileaks hate crime – there is no need for her to retaliate by doing the same to Seoane’s parents Donna and Carlos due to Seoane himself having sexually exploited their grandchild in pornography (which is quite possibly one of the worst things one could possibly do to a grandparent and/or parent).

At the end of this brief webcast, Alexandra reads part of an article from Newsweek about how German conservatives have the right idea by addressing the issue of it being wrong for pregnant women to expose their children to sex work and why it needs to stop.

http://www.newsweek.com/sex-workers-pregnant-germany-ban-467337

The newsweek article that Alexandra Mayers shares, discusses the fact that there is a specific and lucrative market for pornography featuring pregnant women. The fact that children are obviously featured in such pornography may point to it’s viewers embodying traits of pedophiles.

Donald Carlos Seoane aka Donny Long is scheduled to attend a court hearing in regards to his stalking activity on December 12, 2017 in Broward County Florida. Alexandra Mayers (a staunchly non-violent person) firmly believes that Seoane must take accountability for his actions in a court of law.