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Lifezette: Spring Break: Shining a Light on the Dark Side

Blue skies, gorgeous water, big fun — in these environments especially, our kids need to beware of a sex-trafficking industry in overdrive “Spring break” and “sex trafficking” are not terms you often find in the same sentence — but rather than provide parents with details about popular destinations or best hotels for vacations at this […]

Medium: Does #MeToo Have the Power to Bring Down Corporatized Sex Trafficking?

Pending Senate Vote on CDA a Critical Test of Movement’s Power While it may feel like old news now, the revelations about sexual harassment and abuse perpetrated against dozens of women by Harvey Weinstein have had important and far-reaching ripple effects. Suddenly, an ocean of women’s narratives about sexual injustice and abuse long held back […]

Herald-Tribune: Sarasota’s Revcontent bans sexual content

It makes 250 billion content recommendations a month, so the effect could be widespread Sarasota digital marketing company Revcontent said it has revised its content policy to eliminate the use of sexually objectifying language and explicit content. Revcontent said it is the first advertising network to be endorsed by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation […]

Fast Company: Those creepy sexual ads next to news stories might soon be a thing of the past

There’s nothing worse than reading an article on a perfectly respectable news site only to come across a sleazy ad featuring a half-naked woman flashing her cleavage at you. These kinds of soft-porn images have become par for the course as we surf the web, thanks to content recommendation companies like Taboola, Outbrain, and Revcontent, […]

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Bristol Post: Somerset man in court for importing a child sex doll

A man has appeared in court charged after he tried to import a child sex doll from China. Avon and Somerset police brought the charge against Sean Julian Doel in relation to an investigation that has been running for nearly a year. Border Force officials seized a package containing the doll, which had been sent from […]

Patheos: Major Progress In Battle Against Pornography

A growing chorus of voices is calling attention to the strong link between pornography and sexual exploitation, and those voices are now seeing some significant progress. Just last week the House passed historic legislation against online sex trafficking.  The package to fight online sex trafficking passed by a vote of 388 to 25.  If this legislation passes the Senate, it will allow victims […]

Leadership: Jose Foundation, England Football Coach Seek End To Child Abuse

Following recent reports of sexual exploitation cases in sports and the movie industry, Nigeria’s international non governmental organisation with biased for raising awareness on child sexual exploitation, Jose Foundation has taken its campaign to managers of sporting teams. In a press statement in Abuja, President of Jose Foundation, Prince Martins Abhulimhen, said it has become […]

Solo News: Online sex crimes loophole removal nears House vote

The bill would give sex-trafficking victims more power to sue websites that knowingly support sex trafficking. The House report on the bill conflates sex work and sex trafficking, even though the latter requires physical restraint, fraud, physical confinement and rape, and coercion. “We must put an end to modern-day slavery here in the United States”, […]

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The Daytona Beach News-Journal: Haley Halverson: We Must Stop Minimizing the Sexual Abuse of Boys

By Haley Halverson  Stephanie Peterson, a former middle school teacher in New Smyrna Beach Florida, has been arrested after she was accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy. However, if you go by most major news coverage you will find headline after headline characterizing this crime as “having sex,” a “sexual relationship,” or even a “sex romp.” […]

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation

One News Now: Trafficking on 2 popular websites to be shut down?

United States Congress is making measurable progress in putting online trafficking sources out of business – or in jail – but it is contended that more needs to be done to eradicate the problem. The Communications Decency Act was passed in 1996 with a good purpose in mind, but as Lisa Thompson of the National Center […]

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