On August 4, a 35-degree Saturday, 70,000 women gathered in the streets of Seoul wearing masks. Many were holding signs declaring “My life is not your porn”. The South Korean women were speaking out in a fight against the country’s growing epidemic of spycam porn. This creepy porn genre — filming women without their knowledge or consent and then posting the footage online to be used as pornographic material — is locally known as ‘molka’. It secretly captures women in their most intimate moments, like using a public restroom, or takes images shot surreptitiously up women’s skirts whilst in public.…

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