Present day cyber crimes have herstorical forerunners. In this article we travel back to 1910 and before. Reading Ernest Bell’s edited book titled, “Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls or War on the White Slave Trade,” reveals the modus operandi of traffickers, torturers, and buyers of that era.1 However, perpetrators’ tactics, past and present, of objectifying, grooming, humiliating, degrading, torturing, and profiting from buying and selling women and girls remains similar. Perpetrators’ use of advertising technologies has evolved, as has present day language used to describe their misogynistic-based violent tactics. We demonstrate this evolutionary process by sharing women’s present-day voices who explained to us the tactics and technologies perpetrators used to torture, traffic, prostitute, and or subject them to pornographic victimizations.