As soon as John* entered into the digital space, corporations with policies bent towards profits instead of online safety made their damaging impact on him.
Child sexual abuse from a parent, a step-parent, or a parent’s live-in romantic partner is being portrayed as an acceptable “fetish” by large companies like Amazon.
The fight to end sexual exploitation is massive and multifaceted, and 2019 has been a year filled with victories and building momentum for 2020 and beyond.
Maria* was 13 years old when she first got Instagram on her cellphone. It wasn't long before she was being digitally sex trafficked while living at home.
Emilia Clarke, star of HBO's Game of Thrones, has spoken out on the issue of exploitation within the industry in a recent interview with Dax Shepherd.
Lamar Odom, former NBA player and reality TV star, gave a tell-all interview to Covenant Eyes and opened up about his battle with pornography addiction.
The evidence clearly shows that the status quo is not working.
You can take action in three important ways to help stop the sex trafficking, child abuse, and pedophile comments on Instagram. #WakeUpInstagram
A bill intended to fully decriminalize the commercial sex trade (e.g. acts of pimping, sex buying, and brothel keeping) in Washington DC will not go to vote
NCOSE has learned of incidents of sexual assault, as well as sexual harassment including unwelcome sexual advances, exposure in view of the general public of sexually explicit materials, indecent exposure, and more, against both passengers and transportation personnel.
PayPal made the right choice to no longer partner with the pornography industry by ending its payment processing work with Pornhub.
A CBS News Originals documentary, "Speaking Frankly: Porn," is exposing the massive, disquieting impact porn is having on children across the United States.