69 episodes

The Exodus Cry Podcast is a resource for anyone who wants to learn more about sex trafficking and how they can fight it. Join the Exodus Cry team as they discuss the most current updates on all aspects of the commercial sex industry, including sex trafficking, prostitution, pornography, and stripping. They'll dive into controversial and often hotly debated topics surrounding global sex industry policy, ideology, gender and sexuality, and even the spiritual aspects of injustice. In addition to hearing from the staff at Exodus Cry, you’ll hear from leading voices who specialize in the areas of abolition, prevention, restoration, and intervention—including survivors and game changers in the movement to end sexual exploitation.

The Exodus Cry Podcast Exodus Cry

    • Government
    • 4.9, 91 Ratings

The Exodus Cry Podcast is a resource for anyone who wants to learn more about sex trafficking and how they can fight it. Join the Exodus Cry team as they discuss the most current updates on all aspects of the commercial sex industry, including sex trafficking, prostitution, pornography, and stripping. They'll dive into controversial and often hotly debated topics surrounding global sex industry policy, ideology, gender and sexuality, and even the spiritual aspects of injustice. In addition to hearing from the staff at Exodus Cry, you’ll hear from leading voices who specialize in the areas of abolition, prevention, restoration, and intervention—including survivors and game changers in the movement to end sexual exploitation.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

germansok ,

Thankful for Exodus Cry!

Glad we have people to dive into the stories of those who help provide a insight into addiction and the sex industry, but also can talk about redemption and hope in the midst of it.

Frie Son ,

Great intention! Minor tweaks

I’m thankful that this podcast exists! It’ll help remove the “glamorized” cover off of sex work and help shed light on the truth of this industry, hopefully setting many free along the way. My one suggestion is that the host should try listening more and allow more room for the guests to speak without cutting them off or asking leading/assuming questions. i.e. “You felt — when...” (Demonstrated in Ep. 64 for example). It may be unintentional, but it does get in the way of the listener being able to fully hear the guest’s story from their perspective, which is personally why I come to listen. It might also turn some away from listening, which I’ve seen in a couple of other reviews. Nevertheless, great work being done!

Rhonda Quayle ,

Interview With Shay

The degree of hope that this converstaion gives my heart for our culture and it's utter sexual brokeness is personally pivotal. It is so tempeting to become skeptical in the fight against sexual exploitation, yet stories Shay's and others you feature here, tell us to keep hoping and fighting and loving and forgiving The work that Benjamin and Laila are doing here is stellar! Keep it up!!!

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