Feminists Fighting Pornography  

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Feminists Fighting Pornography (FFP,pronounced /fip/) was a political activist organization against pornography. It advocated for United States Federal legislation to allow lawsuits against the porn industry by women whose attackers were inspired by pornography. FFP was based in New York, N.Y., was founded in 1983 or 1984, and disbanded in 1997.




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