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Alison Rapp is a disgraced former product marketing specialist for Nintendo. She rose to infamy in late February 2016 when people discovered her thesis paper written for Augsburg College advocating the legalization of child pornography. There was notable public outrage over her position. Alison's opponents claimed that a child pornography advocate should not work in a toy company. Alison's allies contended that her personal beliefs should not matter, and that this was merely a coordinated GamerGate attack to remove a woman from the video game's industry. Members of GamerGate denied the outrage stemmed from them, but her employment was terminated regardless on March 30th, 2016. Nintendo's official reason for letting her go cited her moonlighting as a model on the side, not the opinion on child pornography.

On April 10th, 2016, users on the Kiwi Farms broke the story that her moonlighting was actually career prostitution. Many nude photos of her surfaced from her Maria Mint website offering her services. Alison later took down the site after the story broke. (Full Article...)

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  • July 4, 2016: Jake Rapp appears on Kiwi Farms to converse with its userbase and answer questions about his relationship with his wife.
  • April 10, 2016: Kiwi Farms discovers that Alison Rapp has been moonlighting as an escort under the name "Maria Mint." Many nude photos of her surface, and details about the relationship between her and her husband come to light.
  • March 16, 2016: An episode of the SyFy program, The Internet Ruined My Life, is aired. The episode features Brianna Wu and is lauded by many as the most entertaining thing she's ever taken part in.

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