A Christian group has responded after Pulitzer Prize-Winning New York Times Journalist Nicholas Kristof published an Op-Ed exposing Pornhub.

Exodus Cry, an organization focused on abolishing sex trafficking and breaking the cycle of commercial sexual exploitation while assisting and empowering its victims, spoke out on the powerful piece by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nicholas Kristof, who has been called “the North Star of journalism,” the “conscience of international journalism,” and is known for his reporting on human rights issues like human trafficking.

Kristof published a scathing in-depth exposé on Pornhub and its undeniably massive problem of child exploitation videos.

“The article, currently on the front page of the New York Times website, asks “Why does Canada allow this company to profit off videos of exploitation and assault?” and details case after case of unconsenting young girls who are struggling to survive under the weight of mainstream exposure to their naked bodies,” Exodus Cry stated.

“Kristof exposes how, despite Pornhub’s efforts to present itself as a “wholesome” brand, “Its site is infested with rape videos. It monetizes child rapes, revenge pornography, spy cam videos of women showering, racist and misogynist content, and footage of women being asphyxiated in plastic bags. A search for ‘girls under18′ (no space) or ’14yo’ leads in each case to more than 100,000 videos.”

“The explosive article also highlights and links to our #Traffickinghub campaign and petition, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see how this piece will inspire a new wave of activists to rise up and join this cause that’s already 2.1 million strong.

“We can’t emphasize it enough: this is a HUGE milestone in the Traffickinghub movement and it’s thanks to passionate individuals like you! We are literally watching history in the making because a group of justice-loving people refused to shut up about the atrocities Pornhub has openly profited off of for years.

“Together, we’ve brought this global injustice to the attention of major media outlets and—make no mistake—every step forward in mass awareness is a step toward shutting down this predatory site! The pressure is beginning to reach a boiling point.”

Just recently, Thailand’s government officially banned the porn sharing site, stating that the website violates the country’s Computer Crimes Act.

Dubbed the Youtube of pornography, where users can upload their own content, Thailand’s digital minister, Puttipong Punnakanta, made the announcement that Pornhub had been blocked for violating the country’s Computer Crimes Act of 2007.

Across the country, site visitors were greeted with a notice of suspension noting the violation from Thailand’s Ministry of Digital Economy and Society.

Puttipong Punnakanta referenced other countries that have banned the website and to organized groups asking for it to be shut down because the site supports human trafficking and demeans women.

Sign up for our newsletter to get the best of to your inbox.