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2021 Dirty Dozen List

STATEMENT – Mainstream Contributors to Sexual Exploitation on NCOSE 2021 Dirty Dozen List Revealed 

List Includes: Amazon, Chromebook, Discord, EBSCO, Netflix, Nevada, OnlyFans, Reddit, SeekingArrangement, Twitter, Verisign, & Wish  Washington, DC (February 23, 2021) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has revealed that Amazon, Chromebook, Discord, OnlyFans, and Wish are among its 2021 Dirty Dozen List of mainstream contributors to sexual exploitation. This year’s list features several entities that have profited from the COVID-19 crisis by…


The 2021 Dirty Dozen List Revealed

In 2021, mainstream corporations and entities must be held accountable for facilitating, profiting from, or normalizing sexual abuse and exploitation—and that’s why the Dirty Dozen List exists. The Dirty Dozen List has galvanized thousands of individuals like YOU to call on these corporations and entities to change specific policies to instead promote human dignity. This…


Dirty Dozen List 2021 - Discord

Discord Is A Haven For Gamers—And Sexual Exploiters

Discord, a popular communication service used by over 100 million active monthly users, has exploded in popularity since the onset of COVID-19 sent most of the world into the digital space. But what started in 2015 as a haven for gamers has quickly morphed into a virtual meeting spot where sexual exploitation and abuse thrive….


CVS Pharmacy

From 2018 on, out of concerns about female objectification, CVS decided to remove the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from their checkout areas and promotional displays. CVS told NCOSE: “We share your organization’s concerns about female objectification.”


Google’s YouTube

In 2019, Google’s YouTube was revealed to be widely used for the eroticization of children and for pedophile networking. (Read more here.) Thankfully, after public outcry and contact from NCOSE, YouTube took action to remove a large number of sexually graphic comments under children’s videos. Note: while significantly improved, this problem is not entirely resolved.