My experience in the sex trade had nothing to do with choice

Survivor: “I know there are some women who say they do this willingly… Maybe that’s their truth, but that’s not mine.”

Ending the sex trade starts with holding buyers accountable

Survivor leader on why sex trafficking and prostitution are intrinsically linked.

Thomson Reuters, Boston Mayor, MA Attorney General, and Demand Abolition Host Hackathon to Fight Exploitation

More than 100 programmers and technologists pooled their skills to develop nine imaginative projects to disrupt the demand that fuels sex trafficking and sexual exploitation

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

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

Washington Employs New Approach to End Online Commercial Sexual Exploitation

The state of Washington made history yesterday. In a first-of-its-kind case, the King County Sherriff’s Office, the Bellevue Police Department, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and the FBI charged over a dozen sex buyers with the felony crime of “promoting prostitution.” These men are high-frequency sex buyers who belong to an organization known as “The […]

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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 »