Anti-violence advocates in New York City are taking a stand against a video game in which players stalk and rape a mother and her two daughters.
Amazon and eBay have already banned the sale of the game, called RapeLay. But City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said Monday that the game is available from other online sellers.
One of them, called jbdoujinshop.ecrater.com, says in an e-mail it has taken the game off its site as of Monday.
Quinn and the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault called on all U.S. video game distributors to refrain from selling Rapelay.
RapeLay is made by a company called Illusion, based in Yokohama, Japan.
The company has not immediately responded to an e-mail seeking comment.
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