The Problem

College campuses face a complex series of problems regarding sexual exploitation.

From sexual assault and harassment to compulsive pornography use, prostitution to pay tuition, dating violence, sexting, revenge pornography, and Sex Week events that normalize and promote pornography and sexually violent practices, it’s clear that sexual exploitation runs rampant on far too many campuses in America.

Learn more and take action through the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s various campaigns related to different forms of sexual exploitation that occur on college campuses.

NCOSE Campaigns

Download this flyer for 5 ways you can advocate for freedom from sexual exploitation, objectification, and violence on your college campus.

dirty dozen list

NCOSE’s annual Dirty Dozen List names 12 mainstream facilitators of sexual exploitation and provides easy actions that individuals can take to make a difference.

This groundbreaking campaign serves to shed a light on the victimization of boys and men, regarding all forms of sexual exploitation.

Sex Week college

Sex Week events chronically encourage unhealthy and exploitive sexual practices such as pornography use and normalizing prostitution. NCOSE provides education and actions to make a difference.

podcast about sex trafficking

This podcast is an on-the-go educational resource to learn more about all issues of sexual exploitation.

Updates

The Dangers of “Sugar Dating” Exposed by College Student

A college student from Tulane University shares her story about how she has seen firsthand how pervasive the misinformation about “sugar dating” is and how she has taken action on her campus and in her peer groups to spread the truth about the harms inherent to “sugaring” a.k.a. sugar baby and sugar daddy “relationships.” Learn…

Student Debt Is Being Weaponized to Entice College Students Into Sugar Dating

By Tamar Arenson The tragic death of college student Mackenzie Lueck exemplifies the ever-increasing dangers of the sugar dating world. Mackenzie, a student at the University of Utah, was involved in the sugar dating world and had written in posts online that she had profiles on Tinder and SeekingArrangement in which she had explicitly stated…

Follow the 2019 CESE Summit Online

I can hardly contain my excitement as I write this email! The Fifth Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Global Summit starts next week! The CESE Global Summit brings together over 60 top speakers presenting their research, innovative strategies, and lasting solutions. More than 600 leaders from around the world will be in attendance! We’re gathering…

Institutions of Higher Violence: The Influence of Pornography on College Sexual Assault

1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are raped or sexually assaulted while in college. Out of an average community college class of 25-35 students that is 5-7 women and 1-2 men approximately, making sexual assault more prevalent than other crimes on college campuses. Looking around a classroom it is highly unlikely there…

NCOSE 2018 Impact Report: The Fall of Online Trafficking Titan Backpage; Walmart Removes Cosmo; Comcast Safer for Kids; And More!

2018 was our most successful year to date, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Whether your support was financial, taking actions through our website, praying for our movement, sharing our social media posts, or simply telling your friend about the issue of sexual exploitation, you helped make 2018 the strongest year for our organization…

Action

How To Stop Sexually Exploitive Events At Sex Week On Your College Campus

There are several things you can do as a student to make your voice heard and to take a stand against sexually exploitive events on your college campus.

Share your STORY

Personal stories help elected and business leaders to see the grave harm associated with this material and can be very helpful in getting them to change their policies. All will be shared anonymously. Please email your story to public@ncose.com.