A Program of Hunt Alternatives
Eleven pioneering cities today announced the launch of the CEASE Network (Cities Empowered Against Sexual Exploitation), a collaboration of men and women committed to combatting sex trafficking by reducing demand for buying sex by 20 percent in two years.
As most Americans counted yards and touchdowns during Super Bowl XLIX, law enforcement officers across the country were crunching a different set of numbers: Tallying the arrest records of hundreds of sex buyers, and almost half a dozen pimps and traffickers. During the ninth National Day of Johns Arrests, a widespread crackdown on the demand […]
In the early morning hours following Super Bowl XLIX, Pro Football Hall of Famer and NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp was arrested on charges of assault and solicitation of prostitution. Police reports state officers were called to investigate a noise complaint in a hotel where Sapp was staying where they encountered two women—one of whom […]
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.
Learn why stopping sex trafficking starts with holding sex buyers accountable.