Does she know who she's texting?

Teach her to question.

Is he her boyfriend or a pimp?

Help her figure it out.

Will he snitch to prevent abuse?

One call can save a life.

Will he share her sext?

Warn her to protect herself.

In the U.S. alone, 100,000 kids are forced into the sex trade each year.

Want to do something about it?

This toolkit is for you.

I thought he loved me and then he sold me.  Now I have to remember that real love won’t sell me.

Child sex trafficking survivor

Some kids see this as a easy hustle.  They need to know how dangerous it is out there.

School Security Guard

This pimp came up and started asking me questions.  I told him I was meeting my dad and walked away.

High school sophmore

Our kids are on the front line of this human rights crisis.  It’s up to us to empower them.


As parents, we want to go into denial about this threat. 

But being in denial doesn’t keep our kids safe.


Share videos and information with your social networks.


Teach teens about commonly used recruitment tactics.


Show a film or have a speaker at your PTA or community meeting.


Encourage community members to report exploitation.

Let’s partner in campaigning against exploitation.

Together we can prevent abuse.