But despite the star power behind this important issue, it appears it hasn't caught on too well, at least in the social media department. As of earlier this week, the Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher Foundation (DNA) Facebook page had only 74 followers. 74! It does beg the question of why this issue isn't catching on very well. Just look at some of the statistics related to human trafficking (taken from the DNA Facebook page):
- There are 27 million people forced into sex slavery today, one million of which are in the United States
- 120,000 to 130,000 of the slaves in the United States are children
- The global sex slavery market generates $39 million annually
- The average age of entry into forced prostitution in the US is thirteen.
Well whatever the reason is, the fact of the matter is that the "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" campaign just doesn't seem to be catching on as well as it should.