‘Do not accept racism’: Outraged webmaster tears down Charlotteville marcher’s porn site
A pornographic website featuring a Georgia woman who participated in last weekend’s violent march in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been taken down by its outraged webmaster.
The website, AlisaKiss.com, now only displays a message denouncing Alisa Kiss for promoting racism.
According to the website Bleeding Cool, she marched alongside the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville with her partner, Jonathon Norris.
“This site is now closed,” her website now reads. “All current members will be REFUNDED over the next week.”
The webmasterhad operated the website for over a decade and had previously considered Kiss to be a tolerant person.
“But I just cannot condone participation in that march. The whole thing is baffling, as if it was orchestrated, but it still was a choice. A choice to go there, and then a choice to stay there and march. So, I’m making a choice to quit and to denounce it. We are all responsible for our own choices in life.”
“I support everyone’s right to free speech, but to practice free speech means you must accept the consequences of that speech,” the webmaster wrote. “Spreading hateful rhetoric, or supporting those who spout its poison, only serves to move people in the wrong direction.”
“Do not accept racism or anti-semitism of any kind. Nor identity politics. Nor Fascists OR Communists, either. We do not have to make choices between any of these systems of control. It is all abhorrent behavior.”
Several white nationalists who attended the Charlottesville rally have faced repercussions, including the loss of jobs.
Kiss also was involved in the cosplay community. She had a large following on social media sites, but has deleted her Facebook page and Twitter account. Her Instagram profile has been set to private.
View a screenshot of the website below: