In life—and, tragically, again now in death—Jeffrey Epstein carved a cavernous void of destruction and injustice in the hearts and lives of his victims.
The study, titled “Feeling Scared During Sex: Findings from a U.S. Probability Sample of Women and Men Ages 14 to 60,” came to some interesting conclusions.
Schools ought to be a safe place for children. Unfortunately, when it comes to sexual exploitation, they are not safe when they use school technology.
Does porn harm the environment? According to a new study, online porn use generates greenhouse gas emissions at rates higher than a majority of nations.
Steam offers and even promotes to its users games that depict rape, sexual violence, exhibitionism, pornography, and other forms of sexual exploitation.
Massage Envy ought to be a place where sexual assault or harassment in any form is completely unacceptable and dealt with immediately and appropriately.
One unfortunate and under-addressed aspect of human trafficking is the use of drugs by traffickers to control and exploit vulnerable populations.
2019 CESE Summit Day on the Hill participants canvassed every congressional office and spoke with officials and staffers about four specific policy points.
They've stopped selling childlike sex dolls, but Amazon still sells sex trafficking how-to books, incest-themed erotica, and eroticized child nudity books.
There's an increasing amount of advocacy in favor of allowing people to buy sex–not unlike Jeffrey Epstein did–because, they argue, “sex work is real work.”
For a company whose motto is “Fly the Friendly Skies,” United Airlines isn't doing much to make those skies safe from sexual exploitation.
12 days of advocacy directed at key Dirty Dozen List targets who we believe will change exploitative policies if motivated by a burst in grassroots action.