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    Default Endangered Orangutan Kept as Sex Slave in Brothel

    This has to be one of the most horrifying stories I've ever read.


    The orangutan sex slave forced to work at a BROTHEL: Perverts paid $3 to sleep with ape made to wear make-up and earrings - before she was finally rescued

    • Pony was around six years old when she was rescued from the brothel in 2003
    • Her captors shaved her almost daily and made her wear makeup and perfume
    • The endangered Bornean orangutan was also forced to perform sex acts
    • She now lives in a sanctuary with seven other orangutans and is recovering
    • Her carers say she will never be released into the wild as she wouldn't survive

    By GEORGE MARTIN FOR MAILONLINE
    PUBLISHED: 11:29 EST, 26 November 2018 | UPDATED: 08:22 EST, 27 November 2018

    The horrifying story of an orangutan used in the Indonesian sex trade has been retold by the conservationists who rescued her.
    Pony, an endangered Bornean orangutan, was discovered in February 2003 in a brothel village at Kareng Pangi, Central Kalimantan chained to a wall and lying on a mattress.
    She had been ruthlessly and abhorrently exploited by local palm oil farmers who would come to the village and pay 2 to have sex with her.
    Having been snatched from her mother when she was a baby, her captors treated Pony extremely harshly - shaving her every two days and forcing her to wear perfume and makeup.
    She was even taught to perform sex acts on demand for her customers.
    Lone Droscher-Nielson, who was part of the team who rescued Pony in 2003, told the Sun: 'When I found that she was used for prostitution and not just a pet I was horrified.
    'Perhaps in my naivety I had never thought it humanly possible to do such a thing to an animal.'




    While Michelle Desilets, director of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, told VICE back in 2007: 'They [the farm workers] would come in especially for [her].
    'You could choose a human if you preferred, but it was a novelty for many of the men to have sex with an orangutan.'
    According to Michelle, her owners were reluctant to let Pony go when the team initially tried to rescue her and even threatened them with machetes.
    'She was being used as a sex slave,' Michelle added, 'She was probably about six or seven years old when we rescued her, but she had been held captive by a madam for a long time.'
    In the end it took 35 policemen armed with AK-47s and other weaponry going in there and demanding that they hand over Pony.
    From the brothel she was taken to a nearby orangutan sanctuary run by the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.
    'She slowly recovered and male carers were slowly introduced to her,' Lone continued, 'She didn't seem to be afraid of them anymore and she was happy with any company she could have. Eventually she was moved to one of the islands.'
    Pony is in good health 15 years on from her ordeal, and now lives in an enclosure in Nyaru Menteng Rehabilitation Centre with seven other orangutans.
    Monterado Fridman, the sanctuary's Communication and Education Coordinator, said: 'Living for so long with humans and being treated so appallingly whilst in captivity, it was not easy for Pony to learn to live as a wild orangutan.
    'Pony has been going through a long process of rehabilitation to forget her ordeal and regain her wild nature to become a true orangutan.'
    However, the keepers believe it is unlikely she will ever be allowed to be released into the wild because she simply spent too long in captivity to learn basic survival skills.
    Because of the lawless nature of rural Indonesia, her captors never faced charges for their actions.
    Orangutan's are currently classed as 'criticially endangered' mainly due to their habitats being decimated by palm oil farming.
    Millions of acres of forests across Indonesia have been burned to make way for plantations producing palm oil.
    Iceland's Christmas advert was banned earlier this month after a watchdog deemed its orangutan-friendly story was 'too political' due to its criticism of palm oil.
    It comes as Iceland goes about removing palm oil from all of its own-label food amid concerns over its impact on wildlife.
    The oil is used in a huge number of products on supermarket shelves ranging from bread to soap.
    The boom in palm oil production has also been blamed for contributing to the near extinction of the orangutan, with thousands killed every year from deforestation in Borneo and Sumatra.
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    Horrific and heartbreaking. Poor baby - so happy she was rescued and is now safe.

    In the end it took 35 policemen armed with AK-47s and other weaponry going in there and demanding that they hand over Pony.
    Obviously, they did the right thing, but it poses the question - what about all the human sex slaves? Were they rescued with Pony? Don't human sex slaves deserve the same level of law enforcement and intensity - not only in Indonesia, but around the world?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindsaywhit View Post
    Obviously, they did the right thing, but it poses the question - what about all the human sex slaves? Were they rescued with Pony? Don't human sex slaves deserve the same level of law enforcement and intensity - not only in Indonesia, but around the world?
    That's a good point - this brothel has set a very low bar. I can't imagine what they draw the line at.

    I saw this story two days ago, and it was so disgusting that I hoped it was some kind of trick that someone played on the Daily Mail.
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    This story is sick and sad and disgusting, and thankfully she was rescued. But reading this
    Because of the lawless nature of rural Indonesia, her captors never faced charges for their actions.
    Orangutan's are currently classed as 'criticially endangered' mainly due to their habitats being decimated by palm oil farming.
    Millions of acres of forests across Indonesia have been burned to make way for plantations producing palm oil.
    Iceland's Christmas advert was banned earlier this month after a watchdog deemed its orangutan-friendly story was 'too political' due to its criticism of palm oil.
    It comes as Iceland goes about removing palm oil from all of its own-label food amid concerns over its impact on wildlife.
    The oil is used in a huge number of products on supermarket shelves ranging from bread to soap.
    The boom in palm oil production has also been blamed for contributing to the near extinction of the orangutan, with thousands killed every year from deforestation in Borneo and Sumatra.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...k-BROTHEL.html
    is even more horrifying and huge thumbs up to Iceland for taking such measures. Which is something every single company should do, this is criminal and all done to allow greedy manufacturers to increase their bottom line, at the expense of the environment. And they won't stop til enough people boycott them and they take a major financial hit. Along with many, many food products, lots of body care products use palm oil. Some manufacturers claim they use 100% sustainable, but that can only be trusted if they are RSPO certified. I read every freaking label and put back whatever contains palm oil and doesn't have the rainforest alliance seal, even my beloved belgian hazelnut spread and many of Trader Joe's pastries.
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    That's disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    This story is sick and sad and disgusting, and thankfully she was rescued. But reading this
    is even more horrifying and huge thumbs up to Iceland for taking such measures. Which is something every single country should do, this is criminal and all done to allow greedy manufacturers to increase their bottom line, at the expense of the environment. And they won't stop til enough people boycott them and they take a major financial hit. Along with many, many food products, lots of body care products use palm oil. Some manufacturers claim they use 100% sustainable, but that can only be trusted if they are RSPO certified. I read every freaking label and put back whatever contains palm oil and doesn't have the rainforest alliance seal, even my beloved belgian hazelnut spread and many of Trader Joe's pastries.

    I'm not sure if I'm the one not reading something right but it wasn't Iceland the country, it was the UK frozen foods company. It's a beautiful and very touching ad narrated by Emma Thomson:


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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    I'm not sure if I'm the one not reading something right but it wasn't Iceland the country, it was the UK frozen foods company. It's a beautiful and very touching ad narrated by Emma Thomson:
    Ugh, I meant to write "Which is something every single company should do...". Thanks for pointing it out, corrected.
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    Thanks for posting the ad - I thought it was the country Iceland, and was surprised because while it was a good thing - Iceland? Orangutans? Now it makes more sense, so, thank you.


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    ^^ Iceland is heavily into whale hunting and one of the major fur producers, don't think they would care much about Orangutans.
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