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Washington, DC – In the wake of Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein scandal, Amazon Studio’s Chief Roy Price was suspended yesterday following allegations of sexual harassment leveled against him by a producer for Amazon Studios. “Corporate leaders create corporate culture. If the people at the top are engaging in sexual harassment, or other forms of sexual exploitation and […]
STATEMENT: Terry Crews Weighs in on Harvey Weinstein Controversy, Addresses Sexual Harassment of Males
Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – Producer Harvey Weinstein has recently been confronted with allegations of sexually harassing women in Hollywood. Last night, Terry Crews contributed to the dialogue surrounding sexual assault in the entertainment industry tweeting about how he was groped by a separate prominent figure in Hollywood. The […]
Washington, DC – Ashley Judd and several other women have accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment over the course of several decades. Following a New York Times report detailing the allegations, Weinstein issued an apology, but subsequently threatened to sue the newspaper for what he and his attorney characterized as defamatory statements based on […]
Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation is ecstatic at the news that plaintiffs in J.S., S.L, and L.C., v. Village Voice Media Holdings have reached a settlement with Backpage.com in their sex trafficking lawsuit against the classified sex ads website. While the settlement in no way restores to these survivors what was so savagely taken from […]
2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com
Washington, DC – Today, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing at 10:00 AM EST concerning online sex trafficking and the Communications Decency Act (CDA). For years, the courts have interpreted Section 230 of the CDA as granting broad immunity to websites such as Backpage.com and others that publish third-party content and facilitate sex trafficking from any criminal liability. “Major tech companies […]
Statement by Patrick Trueman, President of NCOSE Washington, DC – Following Hugh Hefner’s death, the media has erupted in praise for his alleged championing of free speech through the pornographic magazine, Playboy. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation provides a stark contrasting perspective on the damage Hugh Hefner left in his wake. “Hugh Hefner leaves […]
Washington, DC – Former New York Congressman and notorious pornography and sex addict Anthony Weiner today was sentenced to 21 months in prison for child sexual exploitation of a 15-year-old girl. Weiner allegedly sent his victim pornographic videos and requested nude photos. He also asked the girl for sexual performance videos. National Center on Sexual Exploitation […]
Washington, DC – As Congress returns from its August recess, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation calls on members of both the House and Senate to move swiftly to amend Section 230 Communications Decency Act (CDA)—a law that as currently interpreted by federal courts shields Internet companies that facilitate sex trafficking. “Classified advertising websites make […]
Communications Decency Act
Media Advisory: First Ever National Event Exposing the Web of Sexual Exploitation Harming Boys and Men Inbox x
WHO: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), Washington College, and The U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking EVENT: Out of the Shadows: Addressing the Sexual Exploitation of Boys and Men WHEN: Thursday, September 7, 2017, 9:00am – 10:00am WHERE: National Press Club, 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045 WHY: This is the historic first press conference, followed by a Symposium event the next day, […]
Washington, DC – HBO’s forthcoming television series The Deuce continues the premium cable television network’s onslaught of programs that glorify and normalize harmful sexual behaviors, particularly acts of sexual violence. The show’s main themes—the pornography industry and prostitution—tee up its performers for gratuitous pornographic scenes and disturbing, graphic sexual content. Based on the pilot show HBO made available […]
HBO’s The Deuce
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