In the Media


Seattle Times (07/22/19)
Epstein case underscores the vulnerability of exploited girls... Read more>>

StolenYouth is hosting a Town Hall meeting in Seattle Nov. 6 on the connections between homelessness, foster care and child sex trafficking.


King 5 News (07/16/19)
Seattle-based organization raising awareness about child sex trafficking nationally and in Washington state...  Read more>>


FOSTA-SESTA Anti-Trafficking Bill Passed (03/27/2018)
In a landslide vote of 97-2, the Senate passed the FOSTA-SESTA bill which takes direct aim at websites that facilitate and profit from sex trafficking.


"I Am Jane Doe" Takes On Backpage (01/16/2017)
The New Yorker's take on the new film, "I Am Jane Doe."
"“I Am Jane Doe” eventually becomes a quest for a hero: which crusading lawyer or outraged politician will pierce Backpage’s legal shield?"

Boys Count, Too
Coverage of StolenYouth's 2017 Town Hall event.

Can We "Cure" the Men Who Pay for Sex? (02/02/2017)
QG published a great piece on the Men's Accountability program that StolenYouth funds through the Organization for Prostitution Survivors.

Kenworth T680 to be Auctioned Off to Fight Human Trafficking (02/07/2017)
An “Everyday Heroes” themed Kenworth T680 is going on tour and will be auctioned off to support Truckers Against Trafficking.

A New Movie Spotlights the Teenagers Working to Expose Child Sex Trafficking (02/19/2107)
A reporter from Vogue interviewed the director of the film "I Am Jane Doe", Mary Mazzio.


KOMO NEWS Interview (3/25/2015)
Fighting Youth Trafficking in Seattle, an interview with StolenYouth President Patty Fleischmann.


The State Of Sex Trafficking In King County (2/5/2015)   
Coverage of StolenYouth's annual Town Hall event.


“Don’t Buy Our Kids” Billboard Campaign (4/20/2015)
StolenYouth partnered with Mayor Murray, the City of Seattle, The Center for Children and Youth Justice, and Clear Channel Outdoor on a billboard campaign to combat child sex trafficking.


KING5 New Day with Margaret Larson (4/13/2015)
StolenYouth Brings Hope to Seattle, an interview with Noel Gomez of OPS and StolenYouth Vice President Paula Clapp.


#NotOnOurWatch Awareness Campaign (2/10/2015)
Inspired by our deep belief that trafficked children and youth could be any of our kids, we launched an awareness campaign that utilized social media, video, billboards, and local news outlets to help educate our community.

Luncheon Videos

2015 Not On Our Watch Video

2014 #NotOnOurWatch

2014 Not On Our Watch Video

2014 Not On Our Watch Video