Demand Abolition co-hosts advance screening of Nick Kristof documentary A Path Appears

Demand Abolition recently hosted an advanced screening of Nick Kristof’s documentary, A Path Appears, which provides an unflinching look at domestic sex trafficking in Boston and other American cities.

Human Trafficking Awareness Day: It’s time to go after the source of exploitation

Learn why stopping sex trafficking starts with holding sex buyers accountable.

Three major victories for the end demand movement

Canada has joined the list of countries recognizing that ending the harms of prostitution starts by targeting those who pay for it. The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are on their way to finalizing similar ground-breaking laws.

The value of dissenting opinions

Why differing language, terminology or branding of sex buying should not prevent critical thinking and collaboration among those wishing to reduce its harms.

Words matter: the problem with the term “sex work”

Why terms like “sex work” can be misleading and problematic.

We're abolishing the illegal commercial sex industry by eradicating demand for purchased sex. Learn more »

Deconstructing Demand

Giving 14 salient reasons, Ambassador Swanee Hunt makes the case against purchasing women and girls for sexual gratification. Learn more »

Understanding Buyers

We must understand the attitudes, backgrounds, and behaviors that prevent some men but allow others to buy sex. Learn more »

Eliminating Demand

A number of successful initiatives, from "john" school to neighborhood action, are combating demand across the country. Learn more »