Foundation set up by Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA), launched a video containing anti-trafficking campaign titled "Real Men Don't Buy Girls". Aims to educate the public about sexual slavery, particularly in children in the United States.

"Campaign of 'Real Men Don't Buy Girls' contains a moral message to the community. We want to make a cultural change in the way men and women see teens selling themselves for sex," said Ashton told CNN. "Trade is a trading elastic sex. Where prices go up if demand is reduced. That means that demand will continue to exist because the supply is endless."

Ahston invites the men like to say a promise that "Real Men Don't Buy Girls." According to Ashton, this way maybe all the girls could be saved from the sex trade.

"On average, a girl who was traded for sex at the age of 13 years," said Ashton. "And the average guy who bought the girl is 30 years of age who have no previous criminal record and had a high paying job.

In addition to video Ashton, DNA was also released several public service advertisements featuring celebrities such as Justin Timberlake, Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper, Jamie Foxx, Jason Mraz, Drake, Adrian Peterson and Isaiah Mustafa. At the end of the video campaign, Eva Longoria invites every man to become a real man.

'Real Men Don't Buy Girls' Campaign video:


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