We’re so busy that there’s three major victories we almost missed! Each of these is a great step in the direction of ending sexual exploitation.
William Barr, the Attorney General Nominee, was asked several questions about sex trafficking during the Senate Confirmation Hearing. Two stood out.
You helped make 2018 the strongest year for our organization and our movement. Read our impact report to learn more about the victories we accomplished.
2018 was a year of multiple victories for human dignity. Despite facing a constant uphill battle, you made these successes a reality.
2018 was an exciting year for our movement! Thanks to support from people like you, we have accomplished many victories towards ending sexual exploitation.
Students at universities across the country, from Georgetown to Harvard to Priceton, are actively fighting for pornography filters.
Chrissy coordinated an effort to post billboards in Pottstown, PA highlighting the harmful effects of pornography. Watch our interview with her.
80 male students submitted a petition to the president for over 1,000 signatures from current and recently graduated students and faculty.
We are impressed by the significant progress Comcast has made.
Child sex dolls are incompatible with a civilized society.
The movie “Show Dogs" is a children’s movie about a detective dog who goes undercover at a dog show. Unfortunately, it also has a story line that normalizes unwanted genital touching and sends a troubling message that grooms children for sexual abuse.