U.K. child-abuse ads don't skimp on gore

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This ad from U.K. child-protection agency NSPCC is truly unsettling. Of course, so is the issue. The NSPCC also protects children from pedophilia and human trafficking, and those topics wouldn’t lend themslves to images of puppies or rainbows, either. Still, maybe next time they can put their celebrity

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