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2018 Dirty Dozen List – Master

Lifesite News: The top 12 porn-peddling mainstream companies that facilitate sexual exploitation

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 13, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) announced its 2018 “dirty dozen” list naming top facilitators of sexual exploitation in mainstream society. The list calls out mainstream corporations “which the American people use and interact with every day on a mass scale” but “simultaneously promote or profit from…

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Christian Post: 11 Companies Designated ‘Mainstream Facilitators’ of Sexual Exploitation

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation released on Monday its 2018 “Dirty Dozen List.” The list highlights well-known companies and entities that are considered to be “mainstream facilitators of sexual exploitation in our society and culture.” For the past five years, NCOSE has produced a watch list that doubles as an activist campaign to pressure…

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Townhall: Group Calls Out Amazon, Twitter, Youtube, and More for Promoting Sexual Trafficking and Exploitation

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation released its 2018 “Dirty Dozen List” Monday that names the year’s top facilitators of sexual exploitation in society and culture. The annual list features mainstream companies that allow the promotion of sexual violence, prostitution, and even media that exploits children. “Our Dirty Dozen List gets results,” Haley Halverson, Vice…

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NewsBusters: Sexual Exploitation Org Slams 12 ‘Players’ in #MeToo Culture

A national organization is calling out the media, entertainment figures, and corporations for normalizing sexual exploitation. In doing so, it hopes to inspire Americans to hold them accountable in the #MeToo era. On Monday, the National Center for Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) released its 2018 Dirty Dozen List at a Washington, D.C. press conference. Since 2013,…

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