Search

Enter a key word or phrase to search. You can also limit results by project or the type of content.

All Projects

ACTION: Ask Major Hotel Corporations to Stop Hosting Sexually Exploitive Events

Pornographic or sexually oriented conventions, expos, or conferences held in hotels risk the safety and welfare of hotel staff and patrons. Sexually exploitive events are those that promote sexually oriented businesses—businesses whose purpose it is to stimulate, titillate, or arouse the sexual fantasies of patrons, or facilitate the exchange of commercial or group sex acts….

Article

Victory: Hilton Cancels TEXXXAS Expo Over Concerns Of Sexual Exploitation

Houston, we have a victory! Just yesterday we posted a blog explaining how the TEXXXAS pornography expo was scheduled to occur in Houston, Texas, next month. We reached out to Hilton executives to inform them about the harmful nature of this sexually exploitive event. And Hilton Worldwide cancelled its arrangement with the pornography expo! Along with…

Article

These Hotels Are Getting Out of the Pornography Business

Dawn Hawkins and Lisa Thompson discuss the numerous hotels that have removed on-demand pornography options as a result of the Dirty Dozen List and public pressure. WATCH VIDEO HERE: Starwood Hotel & Resorts (which owns brands like Sheraton and Westin) and InterContinental Hotels Group (which owns brands like Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza) have both committed to…

Article

InterContinental Hotels Group Re-Commits to Remove All On-Demand Pornography

A new age in the hotel industry is dawning. And it doesn’t include pornography. InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), an international hotel company, has worked the past few months with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation to ensure that none of its hotels will get away with selling on-demand pornography. IHG’s renewed commitment to enforcing a brand standard…

Article

A Christmas Message from Patrick Trueman, NCOSE President

Watch Video Here: Patrick Trueman wishes a Merry Christmas to all of the supporters of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. “I think we are winning this war!” He says, noting that NCOSE has had several victories this year, removing pornography from multiple prominent hotel chains and getting Walmart, FoodLion, and RiteAid to improve some of…

Article