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International Women’s Day, which is a great opportunity to discuss solutions to the sexual exploitation of women and girls around the world. While boys and men certainly suffer sexual exploitation, and while our society must stop minimizing the sexual abuse of males, women and girls have been disproportionately harmed throughout human history by sexual objectification, sexual violence, prostitution, and sex trafficking.  
To engage in conversation about these issues on Twitter, use the hashtags #MyFreedomDay, #IWD2018, and #InternationalWomensDay. We’ll be Tweeting about this important day, so join us in the conversation! Together, let’s shed light on the sexual exploitation of women and work to eradicate it. If you lead an organization in the anti-sex trafficking movement, today is your last opportunity to sign onto World Without Exploitation’s letter urging Senate leaders to bring H.R. 1865 to the Senate floor for a vote.
While exploitation will always exist in our world, we will never stop fighting for a world free from sexual exploitation. As part of that effort, songwriter Steve Stiler wrote a guest blog for us entitled: “International Women’s Day: It’s Time for an Apology.” He calls on men to recognize how they could be doing more to combat the objectification and sexual exploitation of women and girls.