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One person can make a difference. United, we cannot be stopped. In 2015 when Hilton Worldwide committed to stop selling on-demand pornography, a representative told NCOSE that at one point Hilton executives were receiving one thousand emails a week. Your individual actions contribute to a national effort to stop sexual exploitation in hotels. You can directly aid […]

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List of Porn-Free Hotels

National Center on Sexual Exploitation has confirmed that the following hotel chains have corporate brand standards and rules in place that prohibit their hotels (franchisees included) from selling pornography. Omni Hotels & Resorts (implemented in 2001) Drury Hotels Hilton Worldwide (implemented as of July 2016) Marriott Hotels (implemented as of 2014) InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) which […]

No Vacancy for Exploitation: Hotel Project

No Vacancy for Exploitation: Hotel Project

THE PLEDGE: No Vacancy For Hotel Exploitation

Pornography in hotels not only facilitates harms to the user and their relationships, but it also increased demand for sex trafficking and prostitution. ALL INDIVIDUALS & ORGANIZATIONS ARE INVITED TO TAKE THE PLEDGE TO REFUSE TO PATRONIZE ANY HOTEL OR MOTEL THAT SELLS & PROFITS FROM PORNOGRAPHY. (Name of organization, corporation, individual) oppose(s) all sexual […]

Issue: Pornography Harms

Corporate

We believe that no corporation or business should profit from, or facilitate, sexual exploitation. Together, we can call on hotel corporations to stop selling on-demand pornography, to increase training for employees to recognize and respond to potential sex trafficking scenarios, and to refuse to facilitate pornography or sex conferences. Pornography expos are built around an […]

No Vacancy for Exploitation: Hotel Project

No Vacancy for Exploitation: Hotel Project

2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

No Vacancy for Exploitation: Hotel Project

Making a Complaint

If a hotel or motel is distributing pornography, you should leave comments and make a formal complaint to both the manager and to their corporate office. Here are some messaging tips: Always remain calm, and respectful, but firm. Managers and hotel staff are often unaware of the degrading and harmful nature of pornography. Inform them […]

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