We are glad to talk to journalists, news organizations, bloggers, podcasters, and the like about the issue of sex trafficking. We aim to inform and educate, while inviting help to fight commercial sexual exploitation and provide effective services for survivors in our community, state, nationwide, and globally.
We will provide information about the sex trade, what we’re doing to help exploited individuals find pathways of freedom, safety, and hope, and will gladly set up interviews with pertinent staff members. We do not provide interviews with survivors—as we want to respect our clients’ privacy and avoid re-exploiting them for their stories. We hope media organizations agree with us that survivors are more than the chapter of their life that involved commercial sexual exploitation.
You can submit your media request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
REST in the News
The chatbot taking on Seattle’s sex trade via BBC News
Sex trafficking bill gets tech firms’ backing via BBC News
Seattle nonprofit takes on sex buyers with technology via King 5 News