No harm network
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Did You Know?
According to the Department of Justice, the Dallas sex trade is a $99 million annual criminal enterprise.
A Neilson Company survey estimated that U.S. businesses lose $17 billion annually due to employees’ online viewing of sexually-oriented websites at work. Seventy percent of all online pornographic access occurs between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Pornography is a major gateway to sex trafficking and exploitation.
Established in 2016 by The New Friends New Life Men’s Advocacy Group, the No Harm Network exists to encourage businesses to adopt, maintain, and enforce policies that protect teen girls and women from the harm of sex trafficking and exploitation. By joining the No Harm Network, corporations agree to:
- Prevent reimbursement for adult entertainment as business expenses
- Deter employees from virtually and /or physically visiting adult entertainment websites while in the performance of their duties
These proactive measures help reduce the demand for the sexual exploitation and trafficking of teen girls and women.
Join the growing network of businesses who pledge to maintain policies and practices that do NO HARM to teen girls and women at risk of being sexually exploited in our communities.
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No Harm Network pledge
Human trafficking and exploitation is an issue not isolated to any geographical location, race, or socioeconomic class, and is an increasing problem. Our organization recognizes that children and adults are being bought and sold for sex in the United States and around the globe.
We agree with New Friends New Life and its Men’s Advocacy Group that it is time to take the necessary steps to protect victims of sex trafficking and exploitation from individuals who purchase sex illegally as well as participate in the harmful sexual exploitation of individuals. It is the right time to do our part in and for the communities in which we operate.
In an effort to eradicate the harm caused by human trafficking and sexual exploitation, we hereby join the No Harm Network and pledge that we will adhere to policies and practices that:
- prevent reimbursements for adult entertainment as business expenses; and,
- deter employees from virtually and/or physically visiting adult entertainment establishments and websites while in the performance of their duties.
Joining the No Harm Network is a simple 4-step process:
Step 1: Complete the Membership Application Form. To download the Membership Application Form, click here.
Step 2: Once your application has been submitted, you will be contacted by a member of the Men’s Advocacy Group.
Step 3: Upon application approval, you will receive a formal invitation to join the No Harm Network and to return the signed membership pledge.
Step 4: You will be issued a Network welcome packet including a No Harm Network logo for your company website and a select number of executive lapel pins.
New Friends New Life Men’s Advocacy Group Board of Directors
Terrence Autry Ken Bonzon Brad Cheves Mike Doocy Richard Eiseman, Jr.
J.J. Gomez Harlin D. “Cooter” Hale Walt Humann Michael Hurst
Chris Kleinert, Chair Jay McAuley Bill Morse Clayton Oliphint
Vincent Parker Bret Pedigo Stephen Pryor R. Gerald Turner
Jeoff Williams Russ Williams Scott A. Wood