Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher recruit ‘real men’ Justin Timberlake, Bradley Cooper, Isaiah Mustafa for PSAs


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Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have launched a flurry of PSAs featuring such A-listers as Justin Timberlake, Drake and Bradley Cooper to put an end to human trafficking and child sex slavery.

The DNA Foundation’s Real Men Don’t Buy Girls Campaign launched Monday and has been gathering steam. Kutcher kicked off the campaign with his ‘Real Men Do Their Own Laundry’ video. Subsequently, Isaiah Mustafa, Jason Mraz, Adrian Peterson, Sean Penn and Jamie Foxx have each been featured in PSA videos. See all the real men (and the women who prefer them) here.

The philanthropic couple will appear on Piers Morgan’s show this week and have enabled supporters to their own “real men” videos too.


‘Many people think of human trafficking as a problem in developing countries. The sad reality is that thousands of young girls have been forced into sex slavery and held against their will, right here in the ‘land of the free,’ ‘ Moore and Kutcher said in a statement.

‘After learning about this horrifying problem, we realized that we couldn’t just go on with our daily lives, we had to do something about it. And we’ve enlisted government, law enforcement and nonprofit organization experts to help.’

The couple recently traveled to Luxor, Egypt, to attend the International End Human Trafficking Now Forum. The also spoke at the launch of the United Nations Global Plan Against Trafficking in Persons and Victim’s Trust Fund last November, working to provide ‘humanitarian, legal and financial aid to victims of trafficking.’

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