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How Sexual Exploitation is Facilitated by Google Chromebooks, Amazon, OnlyFans, and More

Ending Sexploitation

Release Date: 04/06/2021

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Ending Sexploitation

Ambassador Swanee Hunt, Chair and Founder of Hunt Alternatives and Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government joins the Ending Sexploitation podcast to discuss the importance of combating demand for commercial sexual exploitation.  During the discussion, Ambassador Hunt shared the story of speaking to survivors of commercial sexual exploitation internationally. She recalled the chilling story of a young woman in Europe who told her, “Our girls are disappearing from our villages.” Over time, Ambassador Hunt began researching why so many...

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Kindsey Pentecost, Chief Marketing Officer of ItWorks, an industry leading beauty and nutrition company), and Founder of Turn Your Life Around (TYLA), a Prostitution Diversion Court joins the podcast to share about her experiences collaborating with and training law enforcement and court systems on sex trafficking.  “Especially in the United States, we really treat victims [of sex trafficking] as if it’s their job to identify as a victim and tell us that they’re a victim, and that just doesn’t work with sex trafficking,” Kindsey shared. In this episode, she explains how sex...

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In the face of an explosion of child sexual abuse material (CSAM, aka child pornography) being distributed and consumed online, the EARN IT Act holds technology companies accountable if they aid and abet the distribution and/or consumption of child sexual abuse material. This episode is a chance to listen in to the February 8th, 2022, EARN IT Act virtual congressional briefing. The EARN IT Act is the most important child protection legislation pending before Congress in 2022. It does four main things: Clarifies that there is no immunity for social media and technology companies that...

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Kristen Jensen, founder of Defend Young Minds, shares about the necessity of teaching children “Digital Defense Skills” for online safety and preventing/defending against exposure to online pornography.

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Dawn Hawkins, CEO of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, discusses the history of the organization and its vision for the future. The discussion includes the need for a bipartisan and diverse movement that addresses the full spectrum of sexual abuse and exploitation issues.

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In this interview, Julie Inman Grant shares about the genesis of the Australian eSafety Commission, and the importance of corporate and technological accountability for safety online.  

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In this podcast, Alvin Amadu shares about the cultural and economic contexts in Liberia that increase children’s vulnerability to sexual abuse or sex trafficking. He also shares how child marriage is a global problem, and why it must be recognized as a form of sexual abuse. In the end he shares key principles of prevention that people around the world can apply in order to better safeguard children. Learn more about Alvin's organization here: http://www.anppcan.org/ 

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Ep. 39 Dr. Stephany Powell Shared Her Experiences in the LAPD and Beyond Fighting Sex Trafficking.

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Lisa Habba, Esq. and Peter Gentala, Esq. joined this episode of the Ending Sexploitation podcast to share the story of John Doe, and another male survivor, who are suing Twitter for facilitating their child sexual abuse materials.

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Haley McNamara interviews Caitlin Roper, PhD candidate, & Campaigns Manager at Collective Shout.

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More Episodes

Did you know that mainstream companies you interact with every day may be facilitating sexual exploitation, or leaving children vulnerable to abuse or graphic content? 

During this episode of the Ending Sexploitation podcast, Haley McNamara interviews Lina Nealon, Director of Corporate and Strategic Initiatives at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. 

They discuss mainstream corporations that are facilitating sexual exploitation and abuse, including problems with Google Chrombooks that leave children vulnerable during online learning, how Amazon facilitates incest-themed merchandise, how the Wish Shopping app sells exploitive merchandise and buys ads on pornography websites, the rise of the OnlyFans sexual exploitation marketplace, and more. 

Take Action 

Learn more and contact companies facilitating sexual exploitation at dirtydozenlist.com 

You can specifically take action on Google Chromebooks here: https://endsexualexploitation.org/chromebooks 

You can specifically take action on Amazon here: https://endsexualexploitation.org/amazon 

You can specifically take action on Wish here: https://endsexualexploitation.org/wish 

You can specifically take action on OnlyFans here: https://endsexualexploitation.org/onlyfans 

The Dirty Dozen List is an annual campaign calling out twelve mainstream entities for facilitating or profiting from sexual abuse and exploitation. Since its inception in 2013, the Dirty Dozen List has galvanized thousands of individuals like YOU to call on corporations, government agencies, and organizations to change specific policies to instead promote human dignity. This campaign has yielded major victories, including significant changes at Google, Netflix, TikTok, Hilton Worldwide, Verizon, Walmart, US Department of Defense, and many more.