In her new book, Pornhub house agents RedrUTH: The Most Dangerous Places to Live, PornHub founder and CEO Red Ruth recounts the horrific reality of her company’s work.
The book, which Red has been working on since 2015, chronicles her journey from the humble beginnings of her fledgling company to the pinnacle of her career.
Red is a passionate advocate for women who are abused, neglected, neglected by their families, and sexually exploited by their peers.
She says that the work she does is not about “just being a porn star.”
Rather, she believes that her work can help others feel empowered to speak out and fight back against sexual exploitation and abuse.
The work is a reflection of Red’s life.
“I was the only woman at home,” she told me.
“At the beginning of the year, I was like, ‘Well, I need to get some help.
And then I think I might be better off just sitting around and being a little bit self-centered.’
So I started to work on this book.”
She began by going to local organizations that provide emotional support for domestic violence survivors and their children, including the National Domestic Violence Hotline, and meeting with women.
Red also went to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which has made a concerted effort to educate Americans about domestic violence and child abuse.
“HHS was like a huge help to me,” Red said.
“They told me about all the things they were doing to help people.”
Red started working on the book with her former husband, Chris Red, and in December 2016 she was able to work with her first book publisher, Tor Books, to produce the book.
“We are just starting out and it’s a huge step,” Red told me over email.
“It’s a really big deal for us because it’s something that we are very passionate about.”
Red said she also felt the need to speak up.
“When I went to HR, they told me that I had to go back to work,” she said.
She added, “I felt so trapped that I couldn’t speak up.”
But Red is adamant that her experience was not a fluke.
“The most powerful thing I ever did was make the world safer for women,” she explained.
“As an agent, you need to stand up for women.
You have to be a champion for them.”
Red was born in London, England, to a British mother and Irish father.
Her parents are both academics and she attended a private Catholic school.
“My dad is a professor at Oxford University and I am a nurse,” Red explained.
Red said that she had an unshakeable faith in her parents, and she has had a very active role in the family life, helping out in the home and even taking care of the kids, including one of their three children.
Red’s childhood was one of “extreme poverty” and she grew up in a family that had a tough relationship with their environment.
“For the first few years of my life I was the one that was told to shut up and do nothing, because I wasn’t going to help my parents,” Red recalled.
Red grew up without a mother.
Her father was abusive and his mother was often verbally abusive to her.
“All my friends were being told to be quiet, ‘No one is going to hear you, so you better shut up,'” Red said, “and they did all that to me.”
Red grew increasingly frustrated with her parents’ behavior, and it didn’t help that she was not in her right years.
“But I think that’s when my mum started to show me the way, to be like, you know what?
I’m not going to shut you up, I’m going to speak for you,” she recalled.
“So I took my mum to the local authorities.
“There was always a question of how to get ahead in the industry, and I didn’t understand the difference between being an agent and a manager,” she added. “
“And I didn of course know the difference. “
There was always a question of how to get ahead in the industry, and I didn’t understand the difference between being an agent and a manager,” she added.
“And I didn of course know the difference.
So I just sort of stuck it out.”
Red also described the emotional impact that domestic violence has on victims and their families.
“Women who are sexually abused often come to me, say, ‘I can’t breathe, I can’t talk, I don’t know what to do.’
And I tell them, ‘It’s not about you, it’s about your abuser.
And you have nothing to lose by speaking out.'”
In an interview with Wired, Red spoke about the toll that domestic abuse can have on the victim and her family.
“A lot of the things that are happening are things that they’re really trying to ignore. A lot of