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Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are teaming up with some of their famous friends to help put a stop to child sex slavery.
Kutcher and Moore are joined by Justin Timberlake, Sean Penn and Bradley Cooper who have all taken photos of themselves holding signs that read "Real Men Don't Buy Girls." The photos will be compiled into a longer video slideshow to help promote the cause.
When talking about the seriousness of the child sex trade, Kutcher said, "The average age of a girl involved in the sex trade is 13, and the average man who buys a girl is 30-years-old, has no prior criminal record, and has a well-paying job."
Kutcher and Moore are asking the public to go to their DNA Foundation Facebook page and insert a photo of themselves holding the "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" signs to be added to the video calling for the end of child sex slavery. They are hoping that the social networking community will then share this video and help increase awareness of the issue.
The DNA Foundation was established to abolish modern day slavery, punish perpetrators and free the innocent and exploited victims of slavery. Visit their site here.