About Stop Trafficking Demand


THE PURPOSE OF STOPTRAFFICKINGDEMAND.COM

MIM_600x600_traffickingThe booming demand for trafficked women and children in recent years is due in part to the proliferation of pornography. The purpose of this site is to bring together research and personal accounts to help the public understand one of the major factors creating and driving the demand for trafficked women and children.

Government officials, leaders, celebrities and the general public are calling for increased efforts to stop sex trafficking. However, it must be recognized that unless something is done to curb the demand, we will never solve the problem of this exploitation. Instead, the problem will continue to overwhelm our society.

The different types of sexual exploitation are seamlessly intertwined. Pornography, sexually oriented businesses, strip clubs, prostitution and sex trafficking are all incontestably linked. It is time we stop ignoring the continuum of exploitation in order to start solving the problem

HOW TO USE THIS SITE:

For Individuals

We want to educate you on the facts and provide actions that you can take to help stop the pandemic of harm resulting from pornography. We encourage you to share this information on your social networks and with your communities wherever possible.

Visit our Get Involved page.

For Organizations

We especially hope to serve as a tool for those groups directly involved in opposing sex trafficking. We have gathered this material to aid your messaging and efforts. We invite you to use this material however would be most helpful to you. Please let us know if there is anything else you need about this topic.

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ABOUT US:

This site is maintained by theĀ National Center on Sexual Exploitation.

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Founded in 1962, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation is the leading national organization opposing pornography by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, child abuse, addiction and more.

Learn more about the harms of pornography and national efforts at EndSexualExploitation.org.

 

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