Meet the 2020 Dirty Dozen List

In 2020, it is intolerable for a mainstream company or entity to facilitate, profit from, or normalize sexual exploitation—and that’s why the Dirty Dozen List exists. This list ensures that their promotion and collusion with sexual assault, sex trafficking, pornography, the eroticization of incest, and more, becomes public knowledge, and equips concerned citizens with information and tools to hold them accountable.

This year, for the first time ever, the Dirty Dozen List has become a Dirty “Baker’s Dozen” List, with the addition of Wyndham hotels which are currently being sued by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center on behalf of a child sex trafficking survivor who was serially raped in these hotels.

Further, we are calling special attention to Seeking Arrangement, one of the largest pseudo-dating prostitution websites, with over 20 million members. Seeking Arrangement targets college students who struggle with student debt to be sexually accessible to socio-economically advantaged older men in exchange for money or gifts. This is essentially a business model of thinly veiled prostitution.

We are starting this year with an exciting victory as United Airlines has been removed from the 2019 Dirty Dozen List where it was previously listed due to improved training for flight crews regarding in-flight pornography-use. As confirmed to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation by a United Airlines spokesperson—and United flight attendants—United has now begun training staff on how to respond to this disturbing new trend.

Below is a preview of a few new faces that made the 2020 Dirty “Baker’s Dozen” List. (The full list can be found at It’s time to dig in and begin taking action!

Dirty Dozen List graphic for Seeking Arrangement (National Center on Sexual Exploitation)Seeking Arrangement

Seeking Arrangement is one of the largest pseudo-dating prostitution (sometimes called “sugar baby”) websites, with over 20 million members. Seeking Arrangement prioritizes targeting college students who struggle with student debt to service socio-economically advantaged older men.

This is a system of thinly veiled prostitution and therefore must be recognized as sexual exploitation.

Dirty Dozen List graphic for TikTok (National Center on Sexual Exploitation)TikTok

With more than 500 million active users worldwide, TikTok is a social media video app increasingly popular among elementary and middle school-aged children. Due to a lack of moderation and meager safety controls, TikTok has facilitated a space for sexual grooming by abusers and sex traffickers.

Dirty Dozen List graphic for Visa (National Center on Sexual Exploitation)Visa

The credit card company/corporation Visa partners with the pornography industry by processing payments for pornography with themes of sexual violence, racism, incest, and the fetishization of minors.

Other major payment systems, such as Paypal, have rejected profits from the sex industry by refusing to allow their system to be used by pornography websites. It’s time to hold Visa accountable.

Dirty Dozen List graphic for Wyndham Hotels and Resorts (National Center on Sexual Exploitation)Wyndham Hotels and Resorts

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, which owns the Super 8 hotel brand among others, is a prominent hospitality chain with more than 9,000 hotels and resorts worldwide.

Unfortunately, Wyndham also profits from exploitive on-demand pornography and is being sued by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center for facilitating underage sex trafficking.

Meet the Rest of the 2020 Dirty “Baker’s Dozen” List

2020 Dirty Dozen List poster (National Center on Sexual Exploitation)

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NCOSE leads the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation with over 300 member organizations.


The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has had over 100 policy victories since 2010. Each victory promotes human dignity above exploitation.


NCOSE’s activism campaigns and victories have made headlines around the globe. Averaging 93 mentions per week by media outlets and shows such as Today, CNN, The New York Times, BBC News, USA Today, Fox News and more.



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