nation's leading anti-pornography organization has targeted a dozen
entities that the group claims are "major, mainstream facilitators of
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has announced their annual Dirty Dozen List for 2019.
company should profit from or facilitate sexual exploitation," says
Haley Halverson, Vice-President of Advocacy and Outreach at NCOSE.
many well-established brands, companies, and organizations in America
do just that. We publish the Dirty Dozen List to name and shame
these players, who promote pornography, sexual violence, sex
trafficking, and sexual objectification."
Here are the entities that made the Dirty Dozen List this year:
Amazon, for marketing eroticized material featuring children or with childlike features.
EBSCO, for furnishing online library resources with links to pornographic websites.
Google, for providing pornographic images and videos through Google Images and YouTube.
HBO, for programming that regularly includes graphic sex scenes and eroticized rape incidents.
Massage Envy, for failing to take actions to prevent sexual harassment of clients.
Netflix, for producing programming targeted to teens with graphic and violent sexual content.
The State of Nevada, for promoting itself as a safe haven for prostitution tourists and sex traffickers.
Roku, for facilitating hardcore pornography channels.
Sports Illustrated, for its annual swimsuit issue that declares that women's bodies are for public ogling in every supermarket.
Steam, for distributing online video games with sexually graphic content.
Twitter, for hosting vast quantities of hardcore pornographic material.
United Airlines, for its cavalier attitude to the online viewing of pornography by customers on its flights.
You can learn more about the Dirty Dozen List and NCOSE by clicking this link: