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United Airlines Crew Joked When Man Started Masturbating Openly

Genevieve Pascolla was traveling from London to Chicago on June 4th. During the flight, she awoke from a nap to a disturbing sight. The man sitting next to her was masturbating underneath a blanket mid-flight. Pascolla and the woman next to her notified the flight attendants who confirmed the man was masturbating in public. After […]

Project_Fly Free from Sexual Harassment on Planes

A Need for Child Safeguarding Policies

In the wake of sex-for-food scandals within Oxfam, the United Nations, and the aid sector generally, as well as the multiple child sexual abuse scandals within the United States Olympic Committee, many youth-serving organizations are asking themselves how they can safeguard the children they seek to serve. Responding to this question, Keeping Children Safe has […]

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation

Congress Strikes Blow against Online Sex Trafficking

At roughly 2:00 AM on a day in 1990, Patrick Trueman, then Chief of the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) at the U.S. Department of Justice, was surprised to find himself stuck in a traffic jam. Where was the long line of vehicles ahead of him going at such an early hour? Into the […]

Issue: Prostitution – Bright Light on the Red Light

Child-on-Child Sexual Abuse in K-12 Schools: Why We Need To Do More #MeTooK12

Schools are supposed to be safe environments for children and the community to come together to pursue education and character development. However, there is a very dark secret taking place in K-12 schools today. Child-on-child sexual abuse is a horrific, increasingly prevalent problem in our nation’s primary schools. According to a study done by AP, […]

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation

Announcing the “Out of the Shadows: Confronting the Rise of Child-on-Child Harmful Sexual Behavior” National Symposium

The crime of child sexual abuse is sadly a familiar one to the American public. However, one category of child sexual abuse has largely escaped the public’s attention: child-on-child sexual abuse. There is growing concern among parents, educators, and child safety experts regarding children who sexually abuse other children. This concern is growing as more […]

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation

New NCOSE Team Member: Ben Miller

We are excited to have a new person on the NCOSE Team: Ben Miller. As Digital Strategies Coordinator, Ben raises awareness for issues of sexual exploitation through digital media, email marketing, and website development. He works to create a community of activists who are enthusiastic about combating sexual exploitation and changing culture. Here’s a note […]

West Virginia’s Most Googled Health Problem is Porn Addiction

A recent study done by MedicareHealthPlans.com identified the most googled health problem in each state and West Virginia’s was porn addiction. This reveals the pervasiveness of pornography and the widening scope of its harmful effects. Like other health conditions, an addiction to pornography is a serious issue that has negative mental, physical, and emotional consequences. […]

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‘Compulsive Sexual Behaviour’ Classified as Mental Health Disorder by World Health Organization – via The Reward Foundation

The following is an excerpt from an article published by The Reward Foundation Here are some authoritative notes for journalists and the general public about the new diagnostic category. On 18th June 2018, the World Health Organization’s authors of the International Classification of Diseases, 11th Revision, put out a press release announcing that the implementation version […]

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World Health Organization: ‘Compulsive Sexual Behavior’ Is Real – Pornography Addiction Should Be Next

According to news reports, the World Health Organization has recognized ‘Compulsive Sexual Behavior’ as an impulse control disorder. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation applauds this step forward, and calls on WHO to formally acknowledge how compulsive pornography use fuels sex addiction and can become addictive in and of itself. “The World Health Organization has […]

Project_Public Health Crisis of Pornography

“My Life Isn’t Your Porn” – Thousands of Women are Protesting Spycam Pornography

In this era of #MeToo, there is a stream of pornography that exploits the ignorance of its victims: Spycam Porn. Spycams are an increasingly popular form of pornography. Perpetrators use spycams disguised as watches, lighters, or smoke detectors to film and later upload videos of women as they use the toilet, walk the streets, play […]

Issue: Objectification

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