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Five years ago the National Center for Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) created the Dirty Dozen list exposing twelve corporations perpetuating sexual exploitation through pornography, prostitution, sexual objectification and human trafficking. According to NCSE, “the Dirty Dozen List is an activism tool that gives back power to individuals who want a voice in the culture. People can participate by

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Dr. Judith Reisman successfully spent much of her career laying the foundations for deconstructing both ‘soft pornography’ and ‘Kinsey myths’. Her work, uncovering and documenting systemic perversion by well-funded efforts in academia, politics, business and media, sheds light on what spawned the ‘sexual from birth’ dogma. That dogma helped to launch the global pollution of

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As sports fans around the country prepare for Super Bowl 52, they may not know that vulnerable people will be sex trafficked at this year’s Super Bowl, just as they have been year after year. According to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), in 2017 183 sex buyers and 9 sex traffickers were arrested

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According to an article by the National Center on Sexual Exploitaiton (NCSE), Google lobbyists are blitzing members of the U.S. Congress to stop their efforts to combat online sex trafficking by amending section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) in the respective bills S. 1693 and H.R. 1865. As currently interpreted by U.S. federal courts, Section 230

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Each February The National Center on Sexual Exploitation releases their annual list of companies promoting sexual exploitation through pornography, prostitution and sex trafficking. The organization refers to the Dirty Dozen List as an “activism tool” allowing others to become aware of the various companies and corporations profiting from sexual exploitation. So which mainstream brands, companies and organizations support sexual exploitation

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Shortly after Canadian parliament members voted to recognize pornography as a public health crisis in December 2016, state legislatures within the United States began to step forward. Legislatures in Utah voted recognizing pornography as a public health crisis and South Dakota legislators followed suit voting unanimously to recognize pornography as a public health crisis. The South Dakota

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Thank you to all who joined our social media thunderclap to help combat sex trafficking on Super Bowl Sunday! The Abstinence Clearinghouse, in partnership with more than 20 other organizations and countless individuals, reached over 890,390 people through a variety of social media outlets this weekend.

Join us as we partner with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) and over 20 other organizations as we #TackleDemand! Each year during the Super Bowl NCSE brings awareness to the issue of human trafficking. The sporting event is known to have one of the largest ties to sex trafficking in the United States. Here

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For years Amazon has made pornographic products available for purchase. According to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, merchandise encouraging the objectification of both women and children has reached a new level of indecency and must be combated. The company’s decision to sell erotic child nudity books and sex trafficking “how to” guides must end.

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Donald Trump became the first presidential candidate to sign the Anti-Porn Pledge promising to enforce obscenity laws. The pledge, created by Enough is Enough, primarily focuses on the efforts to end child pornography and monitor other illegal material not protected by the First Amendment. The pledge also requires the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) be

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