The March Against Revenge Porn is an internationally-acclaimed cyber civil rights organization dedicated to combatting revenge porn and nonconsensual image abuse through federal lobbying, cyber-sex education, media advocacy, victim resources & a series of nationwide protest marches.
On April 1, 2017, we marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to start the movement to end revenge porn worldwide. 6 months later, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio passed city-wide revenge porn legislation.
M.A.R.P. focuses on intersects of revenge porn and LGBTQ+ discrimination, mental health, politics, sexual violence & human trafficking. Our mission is to amplify and mobilize victims and lawmakers to combat this public health crisis that affects over 10 million internet users in the United States.
We work to change the narrative around cyber-sexual hate crimes. And we won't stop until revenge porn is criminalized nationwide.
Have you been victimized by revenge porn, sextortion or image abuse? We can provide victim support services to aide in photo removal & legal justice.
Interested in learning more about the intercessions between revenge porn and other social issues? We can come to your school or community organization and deliver a keynote or lecture.
Advocating for legislation changes? We can organize a #MarchAgainstRevengePorn in your major city or university campus!
Publishing a story? We provide political commentary on major news networks, academic or scholarly research, and cutting-edge journalism pieces. We inspire. fair and accurate reporting.
MARCH WITH US.
#Queer March Against Revenge Porn - June 09, 2018 @ Boston Pride Parade
B.A.D.A.S.S. March Against Revenge Porn - June 30, 2018, Pittsburgh, PA
March Against Revenge Porn: Hawaiʻi at Mānoa - Forthcoming October 2018
The Daily Mail, Teen Vogue, Seventeen Magazine, CNN, BBC, MTV News
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Founder, Executive Director
March Against Revenge Porn
Founder & Executive Director, Leah Juliett.
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