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Don’t pass this ‘pimp protection act’

The following is an excerpt of an article written by Laila Mickelwait and published by the New York Post State Sens. Jessica Ramos, Julia Salazar and Brad Hoylman, along with ­Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, announced last week that they are crafting a bill to “fully decriminalize” what they call “sex work” in the Empire State. Their agenda…

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Pornography and Sexting Led to This Girl’s Extortion

A 14-year-old girl named “Mia” was excited when she started dating a boy who told her he was 19. She had always been a little insecure, and being able to talk to her friends at school about this cute older boy she met at the movie theater made her feel special. He showered her with…

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Truckers Against Trafficking: Equipping Truckers to Combat Human Trafficking

Truckers across America are taking a stand in the anti-trafficking movement. Why truckers, you ask? Think of the typical setting in which truckers work and stop on their long routes: remote locations along American roads and highways, as well as truck stop parking lots that sometimes serve as fertile grounds for the sexual exploitation of…

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STATEMENT: Broncos Prostitution Sting Reveals the Super Bowl Culture that Enables Sex Trafficking

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE The Denver Broncos have sent rookie safety Ryan Murphy home after he was detained and questioned Tuesday as part of a prostitution sting in San Jose, California. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) reports that the normalized culture of commercial sex is a leading contributor to…

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A Human Rights Scandal – by Kat Banyard

A Human Rights Scandal by Kat Banyard www.faber.co.uk – Wednesday, October 14, 2015 The Vice President of a group that officially advised a top UN body on its prostitution policy was jailed earlier this year for sex trafficking. So why is Amnesty International about to adopt their policy proposals? On Thursday 12th March 2015, 64 year…

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VIDEO: U.S. Capitol Symposium on the Public Health Crisis of Pornography

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) hosted an influential symposium right in the U.S. Capitol building, July 14th 2015, which presented compelling social and medical research about the public health crisis of pornography. The room was packed to the maximum capacity with representatives from Congress and other influential government leaders, along with members of…

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Child sex trafficking is growing, even in U.S.

Baptist Press April 12, 2011 Commercial sexual exploitation remains a major problem among the young in the United States, with an estimated 100,000 U.S. children trafficked annually, experts say. “The majority of the victims that we’re finding who are child sex-trafficking victims are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents,” said Sarah Vardaman, senior director of…

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