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NCOSE STATEMENTS TO THE PRESS

To contact NCOSE please email at Press@NCOSE.com or call 202-393-7245

Massage Envy Silencing Assault Victims?

Massage Envy Named to Dirty Dozen List of Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation in U.S. Criticized for Allegedly Mishandling Hundreds of Sexual Harassment and Assault Cases by Massage Envy Therapists Washington, DC – Another male masseuse was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting clients at a Massage Envy, on February 11th. This arrest occurred on the same day that […]

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Nevada Named Sexually Exploitive State

Nevada Named to the Dirty Dozen List as U.S. State Leader of Sexual Exploitation Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – Due to Nevada’s sanction of organized sexual exploitation—that is, its legalized system of prostitution—it has been named to the 2019 Dirty Dozen List, which identifies 12 leading mainstream facilitators of […]

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Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation Revealed

2019 Dirty Dozen List Released Massage Envy, Amazon, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Among Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation Problem in America   Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) today launched its 2019 Dirty Dozen List, a list of carefully selected entities that are major, mainstream facilitators of sexual exploitation in the United States. […]

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National Center on Sexual Exploitation Raises Awareness About Sex Trafficking at Super Bowl LIII

Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is raising awareness about the issue of demand for commercial sex in the days leading up to the Super Bowl. An oft-overlooked issue, sex buying at the Super Bowl is a serious concern that has evoked a strong response from various organizations, including NCOSE. “The […]

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Attorney Benjamin Bull to Head National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center

Statement by Patrick A. Trueman, President & Chief Executive Officer, NCOSE Washington, DC – The National Center in Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) announced today that one of the nation’s leading constitutional law experts has joined the organization as Vice President and General Counsel. Mr. Benjamin W. Bull will lead NCOSE’s Law Center fighting child sexual abuse, […]

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AG Nominee’s Opportunity to Oppose Exploitation

Time to Clean House at U.S. Department of Justice: Confirmation Hearing of William Barr for U.S. Attorney General Presents New Opportunity in the Fight to End Sexual Exploitation Statement by Patrick A. Trueman, President & Chief Executive Officer, NCOSE Washington, DC – In a letter sent yesterday to members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, […]

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12 Companies to be Named as Sexual Exploiters on 2019 Dirty Dozen List

12 Companies to be Named as Major Sexual Exploiters on NCOSE’s 2019 Dirty Dozen List WHO: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) EVENT: Press Conference, In-Person and Live-Streamed WHEN: 11:00 AM ET—February 11, 2019 WHERE: www.DirtyDozenList.com WHY: No corporation should profit from or facilitate sexual exploitation. Unfortunately, many well-established brands, companies, and organizations in America […]

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Major Companies Increasingly Taking Action Against Pornography

Washington, DC – Across the country, several major companies are taking action against pornography use. Tumblr, Starbucks, Comcast, and multiple hotel chains have all taken steps to reduce pornography access within their respective industry. These decisions come during a time of increasing awareness over the harms of pornography. “Companies are quickly realizing the harms of […]

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Comcast Becomes Industry Leader in Parental Controls, Removed from Dirty Dozen List

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – After making remarkable improvements to parental control systems, Comcast is being removed from the Dirty Dozen List—a campaign by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation that names 12 companies contributing to sexual exploitation every year. The new 2019 Dirty Dozen List will be launched […]

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Netflix Releases Show “Baby,” Trivializes Teenage Sexual Exploitation

This Friday, Netflix will begin streaming a new show, “Baby”. Based loosely on the account of the “Baby Squillo scandal,” the show portrays a group of teenagers entering into prostitution as a glamorized “coming-of-age” story. Under international and U.S. federal law, anyone engaged in commercial sex who is under 18 years old is by definition […]

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STATEMENT: National Center on Sexual Exploitation Lauds Apple for Removing Tumblr App Over Child Pornography

Washington, DC – According to news reports, the popular social media app Tumblr was removed from Apple’s App Store after the discovery of child pornography on the platform. “The National Center on Sexual Exploitation congratulates Apple for taking a bold stand against child sex abuse with its decision to remove Tumblr from its app store.  It […]

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STATEMENT: Under Armour Won’t Pay for Employee Strip Club Visits

Washington, DC – According to news reports, sports apparel company Under Armour has just changed corporate policy prohibiting reimbursement for employee visits to strip clubs. The change comes in close proximity to recent allegations of sexual misconduct by employees. “Strip Clubs are a perfect learning environment to teach men to sexually harass and assault women. […]

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