NCOSE has been working to get the hotel industry out of the business of selling pornography, and we are having tremendous success! We want to thank all of these hotel chains that are removing pornography, and let them know it's the right choice!
Hilton Worldwide was listed on NCOSE’s 2015 Dirty Dozen List, which names twelve mainstream groups, agencies and businesses contributing to sexual exploitation. In Hilton’s case, they were listed for their sale of on-demand pornography included as part of their guest room television offerings.
In 2015, Hilton Worldwide met with NCOSE and announced that they were changing their policies and would not longer seek profits from sexual exploitation. Following this development, NCOSE contacted Hyatt Hotels who quickly agreed to also change their policy. NCOSE then targeted Starwood Hotels and InterContinental Hotels Group for the 2016 Dirty Dozen List and contacted their corporate leaders. Prior to making the 2016 Dirty Dozen List public, both of these major hotel chains improved their policies as well.
VICTORY! It is now very much a taboo in the hotel industry to profit from sexual exploitation. PLEASE THANK THESE HOTELS BELOW!
Note: Omni, Drury, Ritz-Carlton, and Marriott Hotels have long been out of the business of pornography distribution. We also thank them for their leadership.
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