Problem

In 2015, Hyatt Hotels Corporation changed its policy by pledging to remove all on-demand pornography from its guestrooms worldwide. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation applauded Hyatt’s decision to reject profits from pornography—an industry based on sexual exploitation.

Hyatt was eager to work with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation after NCOSE reached out to the corporation to share concerns about the neurological and psychological harms of pornography.

That pledge was made a year and half ago, but some Hyatt hotels still have pornography. Will Hyatt carry through with its pledge to remove this material from all its properties? While we wait to see if the corporation will prove true to its word, Hyatt Hotels Corporation is our Watch List.

To learn more about the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s work with hotels, visit NCOSE’s hotel’s project: No Vacancy for Exploitation 

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