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Looking Through the Lens of Men's Accountability: Examining the Sexual Exploitation of Men as Sex Buyers

Looking Through the Lens of Men's Accountability: Examining the Sexual Exploitation of Men as Sex Buyers

Update: 2022-01-31
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Episode five of the third season of the Podcast on Crimes Against Women welcomes Peter Qualliotine, leader in the anti-exploitation movement, Co-Founder of the Sexual Exploitation Education Project, Co-Founder of the Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS), and the current Coordinator for Modeling Equality. Peter joins us to examine why men buy sex, what drives this compulsion, and why some men act on this impulse while others don’t.

In this episode, Peter delves into the concept of men paying for sex and the true scope of this problem. Peter discusses who exactly is paying for sex in this country, how often this is occurring, and the reported, and often underreported, increase/decrease in these numbers over time. Peter then helps us take a deeper look into why are men compelled to buy sex, what causes these urges, and explains how sexual exploitation is, in fact, a practice of gender-based violence. Finally, Peter shares what drove him to spend his life advocating for men’s accountability in sexual exploitation, how we can end the demand for purchasing sex, and what actions we, as listeners, can take in order to end sexual exploitation.

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Looking Through the Lens of Men's Accountability: Examining the Sexual Exploitation of Men as Sex Buyers

Looking Through the Lens of Men's Accountability: Examining the Sexual Exploitation of Men as Sex Buyers

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