The Ending Sexploitation podcast decodes sexual harms and provides you with active solutions. We address the full spectrum of sexual exploitation, from sex trafficking to sexual violence, to rape culture, to pornography, and more. And better yet, we give you the tools to make a difference!
Analyzing Law Enforcement, Sex Trafficking, and Race
Ep. 39 Dr. Stephany Powell Shared Her Experiences in the LAPD and Beyond Fighting Sex Trafficking.
She addresses law enforcement perspectives on identifying and investigating sex trafficking cases, and misunderstandings that can hinder them. Dr. Powell recently contributed to a book titled “Teaching Beautiful Brilliant Black Girls.” Her chapter addressed myths around the commercial sexual exploitation of African American girls, and she elaborates on these themes in her podcast.
Why did Twitter Allow Child Sexual Abuse Materials (Child Porn) on its Platform?
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.
If you or someone you know has been harmed by sexual exploitation via Twitter please contact the Haba Law Firm (www.habalaw.com) and the NCOSE Law Center (https://sexualexploitationlawsuits.com/)
Are Sex Dolls the Cure to Pedophilia or Loneliness?
Haley McNamara interviews Caitlin Roper, PhD candidate, & Campaigns Manager at Collective Shout.
They discuss the rising trends of sex dolls being made to look like children or people the buyer knows in real life, and the way sex dolls are not an answer to loneliness or pedophilia.
Collective Shout: https://www.collectiveshout.org/
Caitlin Roper on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caitlin_roper
Tweet Etsy and tell them to stop selling sex dolls: https://twitter.com/Etsy
How Sexual Exploitation is Facilitated by Google Chromebooks, Amazon, OnlyFans, and More
Did you know that mainstream companies you interact with every day may facilitate sexual exploitation or leave children vulnerable to abuse or graphic content?
During this episode of the Ending Sexploitation podcast, Haley McNamara interviews Lina Nealon from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. They discuss mainstream corporations that are facilitating sexual exploitation, including Google Chrombooks, Amazon, Wish Shopping app, and OnlyFans.
Take Action and learn more at DirtyDozenList.co
What is the Global Supply Chain of Sexploitation?
People often use the innocuous term the “sex trade." However, what these entities really constitute is a global supply chain of organized sexual exploitation.
Lisa Thompson, Vice President of Policy and Research at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, analyzes this complex supply chain.
To learn more visit: endsexualexploitation.org/freedomagenda/
Is Child on Child Sexual Abuse on the Rise?
The abuse of children is something we recognize as a horrific crime. But what happens when the abuser is a child themselves?
This week we hear from Heidi Olson, a registered nurse who specializes in pediatrics and leads the team of forensic nurses,
*Listener Discretion Advised: This episode includes graphic medical descriptions of the acts and after effects of sexual assault.
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What the world needs right now
I’m so happy to see this podcast is routinely releasing episodes. Very knowledgeable guests and speakers. I love how the podcast addresses the interrelated dynamics of the sex industry from pornography to strip clubs, and so on. I grew up with a mother who worked in a strip club 29 YEARS — I've heard first hand accounts of every horror story imaginable from prostitution to murder. Keep up the good work, the world needs this right now.