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Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington DC – A new meta-analysis–a reliable method for combining relevant data from various studies for greater statistical power—examining the impact of pornography consumption on individuals’ interpersonal satisfaction was recently published, and its findings contradict previous misleading research. “Pornography is sex-negative,” said Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of the […]
Washington DC – In the wake of the recent scandal involving hundreds of U.S. Marines being investigated for sharing nude photographs of women—including some of which were allegedly taken without the consent or knowledge of the subject—the National Center on Sexual Exploitation highlights the link between this investigation, as well as the military’s enduring culture of […]
WHO: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) EVENT: The Freedom from Sexploitation Agenda—Policy Recommendations on Sex Trafficking, Sexual Violence, Child Exploitation & Pornography WHEN: 1:00-4:30 pm ET, March 20, 2017 WHERE: U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Auditorium, Washington DC WHY: America suffers from systemic sexual exploitation which necessitates a comprehensive plan. Sex trafficking, sexual assault, child sexual […]
Freedom from Sexploitation Agenda
Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington DC – EBSCO Information Services offers online library resources to public and private schools (K-12), colleges and universities, public libraries, and more. In its advertising for schools, it promises “fast access to curriculum-appropriate content.” However, its Explora, Science Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, and other products, […]
2017 Dirty Dozen List: EBSCO
NCOSE Names Mainstream Companies and Groups Facilitating Sexual Exploitation The National Center on Sexual Exploitation announced its 2017 Dirty Dozen List today, naming twelve major contributors to sexual exploitation. NCOSE also announced a victory regarding Verizon. Why the Dirty Dozen List is Important No corporation or organization should profit from or facilitate sexual exploitation. […]
2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER
Media Advisory: 12 Companies to be Named as Major Sexual Exploiters on NCOSE’s 2017 Dirty Dozen List
WHO: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) EVENT: Online Press Conference, Live-Streamed WHEN: 1:00 PM ET—February 22, 2017 WHERE: www.DirtyDozenList.com WHY: No corporation should profit from or facilitate sexual exploitation. Unfortunately, many well-established brands, companies, and organizations in America do just that. Since 2013, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation has published an annual Dirty Dozen List to name and […]
2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER
Statement By Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE One year after Playboy pledged to ban nudity from its magazine, the company has decided to bring it back. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) denounces this magazine as sexually exploitive and calls on retailers to remove it from their shelves. “Was Playboy’s temporary removal of full nudity a scam to get […]
Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington DC – The latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue will officially hit the stores next week. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) denounces the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for its objectification of women. “Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue is a sexist and repugnant magazine tradition,” said Dawn […]
Global human rights groups’ #50DollarsNot50Shades and #FiftyShadesIsAbuse campaigns call for support of women’s agencies The London Abused Women’s Centre, Canada; Collective Shout, Australia; Culture Reframed, USA; and The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), USA are collaborating for the second time to reject the normalization of violence and abuse against women portrayed in the Fifty Shades […]
Fifty Shades of Grey Is Abuse
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), in collaboration with more than twenty-five supporting organizations, is conducting a nation-wide social media awareness campaign to #TackleDemand for sex trafficking at the Super Bowl and beyond. “Why is sex trafficking at the Super Bowl a problem? Because some of the men who travel to Houston this weekend […]
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