Holding corporations accountable for promoting and enabling sexual exploitation, and Celebrating the corporations who are fighting to end it
The Dignity Defense Award is a campaign to recognize the people, companies, and nonprofits, who are taking action to defend human dignity from any form of sexual abuse or exploitation.
In today’s world, it is easy to focus on those who are doing wrong – those who are abusing, or facilitating exploitation, or failing to prevent harm. There is value in raising awareness and taking action on those issues. But there is also value in acknowledging the countless individuals and entities who are doing the right thing. While not every entity we recognize is perfect in this regard, we want to thank those that are taking important steps forward.
WASHINGTON, DC (December 5, 2022) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) said that Bumble and TikTok joining Facebook and Instagram in an industry partnership to
WASHINGTON, DC (June 16, 2022) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) presents the Dignity Defense Award to Bumble, a popular woman-founded dating app devoted to
Bumble is devotedly working to combat the unsolicited sending of sexual images – a form of online sexual harassment known as “cyberflashing.”
Every time a corporation takes a step forward in the fight to end sexual exploitation, we celebrate that victory! Thanks to the tireless efforts of our Corporate Advocacy team along with numerous partners across the movement, we have been able to acknowledge these milestone moments.
On January 1st, history was made when the first law in the U.S. requiring pornography sites to verify the age of users, and therefore prevent children from being exposed to pornography, went into effect.
The PROTECT Act fills a gaping hole in existing law that allows pornography to be created, uploaded, and distributed online without the consent of persons depicted in the material.
A lawsuit against Visa brought by a sex trafficking survivor will be allowed to move forward after a federal judge rejected much of Visa’s motion to dismiss.
WASHINGTON, DC (August 1, 2022) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) commended a judge’s ruling finding that a child sexual abuse survivor’s lawsuit against
Industries We Work With
Email Steam Executives
OnlyFans is Profiting from Sexploitation and Must Be Stopped
Visa Must Follow Mastercard's Lead and Stop Processing Payments for Big Porn
Tell Credit Cards to Stop Facilitating Payments for OnlyFans
How To Report Suspected Sex Trafficking
How To Report Suspected Sex Trafficking While On A Plane
Are You A Survivor of Sex Trafficking?
Email Retailers to Remove Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from Shelves
Amazon Continues to Create Content and Sell Products that Promote and Enable Sexual Exploitation
Wish Sells Sexually Exploitive Products
Call On Netflix To Remove "Cuties" Film
Email Steam Executives
Tweet at iBooks and Apple to Remove Racist, Violent Erotica
The Dirty Dozen List is an annual campaign calling out twelve mainstream entities for facilitating or profiting from sexual abuse and exploitation. Since its inception in 2013, the Dirty Dozen List has galvanized thousands of individuals like YOU to call on corporations, government agencies, and organizations to change specific policies to instead promote human dignity. This campaign has yielded major victories, including significant changes at Google, Netflix, TikTok, Hilton Worldwide, Verizon, Walmart, US Department of Defense, and many more.