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What Dennis Hof and Harvey Weinstein Have in Common

This article was originally published on Townhall.com. Dennis Hof, the notorious pimp in Nevada, has died. In his wake, he leaves a legacy of harm. Hof rose to national notoriety by running several of Nevada’s legal brothels, and starring in the HBO reality series Cathouse. While somehave described Hof as a “bombastic” personality, the reality is…

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The Global Supply Chain of Sexual Exploitation & the Necessity of Combating the Demand for Commercial Sex

Lisa L. Thompson serves as the Vice President of Policy and Research for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, where she oversees NCOSE’s strategic planning for increased public understanding of sexual exploitation related issues. Below are highlights from her remarks on the topic of curbing demand for commercial sex from a Briefing at the U.S….

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Citizens Organize to Turn Off the Red Light on Prostitution in Nevada

Citizens against Brothels in Nye County (C.A.B.I.N-C),  the No Little Girl campaign, and the End Trafficking and Prostitution (ETAP PAC) have banded together to place referendums on upcoming election ballots to repeal legal prostitution in Nevada’s Nye and Lyon counties. Organizers are working to collect the necessary signatures to submit the referendum to the Nye…

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Remembering a Milestone in the Fight against Sexploitation: The Mann Act of 1910

What is the Mann Act? June 25th is the anniversary of a popular and quintessential American event: the Battle of Little Bighorn. Everyone knows the story of Lt. Col. Custer’s foolhardy last stand, and all the men who were killed under his command in 1876. Everyone knows that story. Yet just thirty-four short years later,…

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Thank CBS for Refusing to Let a Strip Club Commercial Run During the Super Bowl!

Commercials during the Super Bowl are always guaranteed to cause laughter, nostalgia, and controversy. However, CBS avoided at least one commercial controversy this year by refusing to allow a large New York strip club to run $5 million worth of ads during the biggest football game of the year. The strip club “didn’t meet the standards…

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