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Design a Steven Alan/Threadless T-Shirt to Fight Child Exploitation in the Sex TradeMarch 14th, 2011

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Freedom is a basic human right, and even today, slavery is one of the greatest threats to that freedom. The DNA Foundation is launching an awareness campaign called “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” in order to educate people about the realities of the child sex trade and to create a cultural shift in our society around the buying and selling of humans. You can help bring sex slavery out of the shadows and into the spotlight by helping spread the message that Real Men Don’t Buy Girls by submitting a new design for a Steven Alan/Threadless T-Shirt. Entries are due March 14th – so submit yours today and help this important cause!

March 14th, 2011

March 14th, 2011



+ Round-trip airfare and two nights at the Tribeca Grand Hotel for each winning designer, and an invitation to the Real Men launch party to meet Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, and other supporters!
+ $3000 cash
+ $500 Threadless gift certificate
+ $2000 Steven Alan gift certificate
+ A styling session with the Steven Alan team prior to the launch party.