A recent scam involves fraudulent emails to makeup artists attempting to lure these aspiring professionals to cities in the US and Australia.
Articles from "Sex Trafficking"
It’s no secret that porn has become mainstream entertainment in our society. But just how popular is it? And who, exactly, is watching?
Sloane Ryan is a 37-year-old mom. With the help of makeup, fashion, and photo editing, she transformed into different identities less than half her age.
In an exclusive interview, Jane Doe #18 told us her experience of what happened before, during, and after she was sex trafficked by GirlsDoPorn. This is her story.
Over the last few years, we’ve heard people say “Love Kills Porn” would be a more powerful phrase than “Porn Kills Love.” Here’s why we stick to PKL.
The porn industry has no boundaries when it comes to who they’ll exploit or dehumanize. In fact, if something is considered taboo—incest, rape, child abuse—they’re all the more likely to exploit and sell it as a sexual fantasy.
The collective efforts of the healthcare, trucking, and hotel industries show us that change is possible when we fight together against sex trafficking.
Sex-for-rent schemes aren’t new, but they’re on the rise now that millions of workers lost income over the last two months due to the novel coronavirus.
UPS announced it would train its delivery drivers to detect signs of trafficking, equipping a total of 97,000 drivers and supervisors nationwide to report exploitation.
Today’s pornography reinforces the most damaging elements of male socialization: that women are objects, they’re the property of men, and they have less value than men.
As an organization, we have never intended the phrase “Porn Kills Love” to be shaming. Helping people recognize that porn is harmful isn’t about shaming them, it’s about inviting them to truly consider how porn impacts their life.