NCOSE, along with interdisciplinary survivors and advocates, has been advocating for improved responsibility and increased oversight by the financial industry regarding pornographic content since early 2020.
A review of popular theory of addiction explaining why people with behavioral addictions persist despite negative consequences.
During Mental Illness Awareness Week, we recognize the harmful impacts of systems of prostitution, pornography, and trafficking on victims.
California bill AB 262 will provide one of the “best forms of exit services” for victims of human trafficking
Washington, DC (September 30, 2021) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) issued a statement reacting to today’s Senate hearing featuring Facebook’s global head of safety.
Originally Published at Associated Press By Ken Ritter A national advocacy group and a Nevada lawyer have filed a sweeping federal lawsuit aimed at convincing