Making pornography illegal is ineffective. People will just find other means in distributing it. What we need to do is to heavily regulate it so that it's harder to access, especially among minors.
Like drugs, it being illegal doesn't mean jackshit. We have to build an environment, online and offline that prevents people from being hooked into it. That's why it's important to share awareness about the adult "entertainment" industries like MindGeek and how complicit they are in rape, assault, and trafficking.
Abolition isn't a one step process as people think it is, it's really complicated because there's so much factors that contribute to sex being commodified, such as economic inequality, beauty culture, etc. But realistically speaking, the TraffickingHub campaign seems like the first step into really abolishing the idea of women as objects.