She Has A Name is an anti-trafficking organization that seeks to “to see all those impacted by human trafficking restored into society and thriving in their community.” That includes men who struggle with pornography, sex addiction and even soliciting prostitutes.
We don’t exist to judge, and we know that the reasons men solicit are complex. Some men have told us that they don’t struggle at all with porn or sex addiction, but instead suffer from depression and loneliness. So we've joined The John School, an educational course for first time solicitation offenders to inform them on the reality of sex trafficking. It's not about shame or guilt, but about healing and finding healthy community. If you or a loved one struggles with misplaced love, lust, or loneliness, check out these resources.
If you’re interested in joining the fight against sex trafficking, here are three practical ways you can get involved:
- Drive a van: The Salvation Army in Central Ohio needs male drivers for a nightly street outreach program that delivers gift bags to victims of sex trafficking on the streets of Columbus; click here for more details
- Deliver bars of soap: Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution needs volunteers to help deliver bars of soap with The National Human Trafficking Hotline during major sporting events to local hotels that may have victims of sex trafficking; click here for more details
- Join a committee: Central Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition needs men to join its anti-trafficking committees, especially for Demand Reduction; click here for more details
For more information, please contact She Has A Name Demand Reduction Coordinator Christopher Stollar at 541-206-2245 or via email. You can also contact former Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Scott VanDerKarr at 614-579-8708 or via email.