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The Girl Epidemic Will Shock You! Watch HERE!!!

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Millions of girls are disappearing in India!

What is happening?? Where are they going??

Why are they being treated like an infectious disease???

Watch the thrilling trailer-style short (above) and help spread this awareness!!!

Luckily! There IS a cure for The Girl Epidemic:

Educating a girl is the most effective cure. Because when you educate a girl, you make her a valued member of society and begin changing deep-seated social norms and injustices. Help a girl gain an education and stop this epidemic.

These girls need help. Help them by helping the Nanhi Kali Charity foundation!!!

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Drake's First Funny Or Die Video Fights Child Sex Slavery

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LOLz!

Not bad for Drake's first Funny or Die appearance!

The video called Real Men Are Distrustful of Robots with Drake (above) is part of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher's Take A Stand Against Child Sex Slavery campaign, through their DNA Project.

The description of the video maintains:

"If you're a real man, you probably don't trust robots, because real men don't trust robots or buy girls."

We're not quite sure if robots are comparable to the DISGUSTING act of paying for a child sex slave, but it's definitely an inneresting approach with its heart and humor in the right place.

That robot was getting a little too close for comfort. Ha!

If you're a REAL MAN or just want to find out more information about the star-studded campaign to end child sex slavery, click here!

Think you can make a BETTER video to support the cause? Click here to make your own!

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Ashton Kutcher And Demi Moore Lead Fight Against Sex Slavery

This is SUCH an important cause!

Check out the video (above) of Justin Timberlake's entry in the wonderful Real Men Don't Buy Girls video initiative, which has been started by Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore to fight against sexual exploitation of minors.

Here's Demi on the subject of sex slavery:

"Modern-day slavery is such a complicated issue, but we're trying to do what we can to make men think twice before they engage in this. The message to the guys is, these girls aren't who you think they are."

More from Ashton:

"Our doing this is not some sort of career strategy thing. In fact, I'd probably be doing a lot better in my career if I focused a little more on that and less on this stuff."

"When we looked for a subject where we could really help people and found this, I was seized by a feeling of wanting to find the guy who is raping a 7-year-old girl and just beat the (expletive) out of him, really take his guts out. Well, that feeling won't change for me five or 10 or 20 years from now, wanting to take that guy to the woodshed won't change, fighting for that girl won't change. So whether I'm tackling this on a large platform or am just a guy with a sign, I'll be doing this in 20 years."

And more from Demi:

"I guess I have my version of Ashton's wanting to beat the (expletive) out of someone, especially as I look at myself as a young woman. I know I was manipulated and taken advantage of when I was a teen, so I don't want to see that happen to any girl."

"When I was 15, I had a boyfriend who was 28, and back then, that didn't seem so strange. At least he was nice and not like the multitude of others who behaved not so well."

"The less face-to-face time boys get, the less they understand how real relationships work. That goes back to the culture we're creating, one which finds guys saying, 'If I can get sex easy like that (with a prostitute), why not?' "

More from Ashton:

"Look, this issue isn't AIDS or malaria. All you need to solve it is a little bit of thought and care. If the social web is anything, it's a collective consciousness. So if some young kid out there who's never thought about this winds up having a conversation at dinner, then we are moving one little dot over to the side of right."

Thus far, Ashton and Demi have already gotten a bunch of celebs to get involved with their cause, including Jason Mraz, Rumer Willis and her two sisters, Eva Longoria, Jessica Biel, and Sofia Vergara.

Thank you so much for raising awareness of this issue, Ashton & Demi! We seriously appreciate it!

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