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Your support enables us to take action against those who are sexualising and objectifying women and girls to sell products and services.

Etsy's incest and child abuse themed products serve to normalise incest and child abuse and put girls at risk. As we’ve been highlighting for over a decade, we cannot address the scourge of child abuse unless we address the wider culture which fetishises and profits from it.

Help us stop Etsy from selling incest and child abuse themed merch today! 

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E-commerce giant Alibaba Group removed all listings of child sex abuse dolls from its global platform following our two week invesigation.

Our young people are suffering rising rates of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm, and body hatred. 58% of girls receive uninvited sexually explicit material (texts, video clips, pornography), 70% are harassed online. Sexualisation, objectification and a deluge of pornography are major drivers of these negative physical and mental health outcomes.