The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation 2014 Summit: A Review

By Bailee Taylor, MIM Intern

It is no secret that pornography hurts more than just the viewer.

I have known this truth for a long time. I have seen how exploiting a human being for the benefit of another has drastic, long-lasting effects on the victim. I have seen my loved ones become depressed and even suicidal because of their addiction to pornography.

There are tons of testimonies from consumers, producers, professionals, and porn users’ loved ones and all say the same thing: sexual exploitation is destructive.

The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation 2014 Summit was a unique event because it gathered leaders from all facets of the anti-sexual exploitation movement together in one room. This allowed many great opportunities for advocates to network, encourage, and connect with each other as well as share their hearts to fight this crisis that is affecting all parts of the world.

The 2014 Coalition Summit was my first experience with Morality in Media, and it was a great experience! Seeing the Morality in Media staff and their vision of the Summit’s purpose was wonderful. Their foundational desire for everyone to work together to fight sexual exploitation is significant.

The porn industry is huge. Pornography is one of the most searched for topic on the Internet. If you consider the massive amount of web searches, we’re talking upwards of 60 million per day. Then there are the prostituted women and children (most of which are victims of sex trafficking) that are consumed by porn users.

In reality, the sexual exploitation industry is huge.

We can fight it. And win.

The Numbers


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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