Margo Davison

Intern

Margo Davison is a communications intern at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. She is currently earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At UNC, Margo works at the Mother-Infant Bonding Research Center and is a member of the Christian sorority, Phi Beta Chi. Margo is passionate about combating pornography, prostitution, human trafficking, and other dehumanizing activities. She plans to pursue a career in Law Enforcement after college. In her free time, Margo enjoys being involved with her church, spending time with her six sisters and brother, shopping, and socializing with friends.

Articles by Margo Davison

How One Man Removed His Local Kroger’s Display of the Fifty Shades of Grey Franchise

Do you remember the first time you heard about the book Fifty Shades of Grey? Maybe you saw it being promoted on social media or someone reading it in public. Others may have encountered the book on display in a local book or grocery store or heard it being discussed among friends. One thing is […]

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Fifty Shades of Grey Is Abuse

Eight Tips for Keeping Adolescents Safe on Instagram

Instagram, the free social media app which enables you to share information through pictures and short captions, is among the most used forms of social media used by adolescents. Predators are aware of Instagram’s popularity with young people causing the app to become increasingly more dangerous. Parents need to be aware of Instagram’s risks and […]

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation

Google’s Secret: New Report Shows Google Supports Sex Trafficker Websites

Written by Margo Davison with Lisa Thompson A coalition of groups spearheaded by California-based Consumer Watchdog released an incriminating report entitled How Google’s Backing of Backpage Protects Child Sex Trafficking. The report exposes Google’s multipronged efforts to defend Backpage.com, a website notorious for facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking of women and children. About Backpage With […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

How Parents React to Finding Their Young Children Watching Pornography – New Study

A 2017 research study examined how parents responded when their younger-than-12-year-old children were exposed to adult content. “A Qualitative Study of what U.S. Parents Say and Do when Their Young Children See Pornography” involved parents completing a survey questionnaire about their reaction to such a situation. This study found that parents reacted in one of […]

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Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation