Since White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) week started in 1987, thousands of people across the country have participated in tackling the many societal harms of pornography. This year's Wrap Week runs from October 28th to November 3rd.
Technology, child development, sexual exploitation, and law enforcement experts are alarmed by the rollout of DoH changes without sufficient subject matter consultation.
Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue sexually objectifies women and is now run by a CEO who has already been accused of sexual misconduct in Ross Levinsohn
Antonio Brown's rape lawsuit is an unfortunate reminder of the NFL's problematic track record when it comes to matters of sexual exploitation.
Unfortunately, aggressive and violent porn is not a fringe tangent among the pornography industry’s products—it's one of the most popular and common themes.
When you think of prostitution, you may not think of the 100s of illicit massage parlors, or “body rub parlors” that exist across the world. But you should.
The lack of rigor in addressing demand in the State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) reports has negative effects on the prevention of human trafficking around the globe.
"Hustlers" is not empowering media for women. It's inaccurate portrayal of strip clubs makes light of the gender inequality and sexual violence they foster.
Most people agree that child sexual abuse is an atrocity that violates human dignity, but many don't know the role porn plays in fueling child sexual abuse.
The NCOSE Law Center is an advocate to intervene in key, precedent-setting cases and speaks up in U.S. legislatures to impact policy regarding exploitation
As advocates in the fight to #EndExploitation, we know you are well-served by having the best research, data, information, and analysis at your disposal.
Liz Walker's "Critical Porn Analysis" helps us to understand more thoroughly the public health and social impacts of pornography.