The exploited mothers tube is a popular web service that allows users to find videos of women being exploited and harassed by their male friends.
Many of the videos are of young girls who have been forced to go through a process known as “bonding” and then are forced to do things like masturbate, wear a “cute dress” and wear a tight skirt and panties.
But the videos also show women being subjected to physical abuse, and some are just completely naked.
These videos were created by a group called the “Girls Exploited” and were shared on a popular website called Imgur.
The videos have garnered hundreds of thousands of views and have drawn the attention of the Justice Department, which is investigating the video sharing service.
“We have received hundreds of reports of exploitation and have been contacted by a number of people, including the girls in the video, about their experiences,” said Matthew D. Zuckerman, director of the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.
“I’ve seen them come forward, but we haven’t had the resources to do a thorough investigation.”
Imgur has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The exploitation videos also sparked outrage among some of the women in the videos, who called the videos “disturbing” and “distressing” and called for the removal of the content.
A man named “Kashmir” posted a video to the site in February that featured a young woman being sexually assaulted by her boyfriend.
In the video he shows the girl and her mother holding hands and holding her hand as she tries to push the boyfriend away.
“There are so many videos of girls being raped, molested, assaulted, they’re all coming out on the Internet,” the man said in the interview.
“And the video on Imgur, the girl that is getting molested and assaulted is not the one on Imgaf.
This girl has not been touched by her rapist.”
Imgaville’s website says it was created in 2013 to help women with exploitation and abuse by the men in their lives.
Imgur also says the service has received hundreds, if not thousands, of reports from people who have experienced abuse, including sexual harassment.
But in a statement, Imgur’s CEO told BuzzFeed News that he believes Imgur was not hacked.
“The website itself has not, nor has it ever been, breached,” Jason McDaniel said in a written statement.
“Our security team is constantly working to improve our infrastructure and ensure that our users have the safest and most secure websites possible.”
Imguville’s creator, Imgavin, told BuzzFeed that he was “extremely disappointed” by the news about Imgur and said he believes the site was hacked.
The CEO told Buzzfeed that the site is still working to “protect users from all types of cyber threats and has been working on a comprehensive update that will take effect next month.”
The CEO also said that the company is “in the process of launching a public apology page that will be a place for Imgur users to make their case for a site they believe is broken.”
BuzzFeed News reached out to Imgur for comment and will update this article if and when they respond.