Demi & Ashton Stand United Against Child Sex Slavery

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Sep. 23 2010, Published 12:03 p.m. ET

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Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore traveled to the NYC today to join other advocates at the Clinton Global Initiative conference, speaking out against the horrors of child sex slavery. The married couple were a united front, and looked strong and affection amid rumors of Ashton's infidelity.

Ashton was part of the panel called Democracy & Voice: Technology for Citizen Empowerment and Human Rights and led the discussion, according to Entertainment Tonight.

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Demi joined her husband and the couple launched their new campaign entitled Real Men Don't Buy Girls.

Demi said the initiative is looking to recruit "men who are courageous enough ... to stand behind the statement that real men don't buy girls."

Ashton spoke about the need to "create a trafficking-free Internet."


"This is people treating people like people," Ashton said of their cause.

Both actors, who often Tweet about their causes, shared with followers that they would be taking part in the CGI conference.

Ashton Tweeted early today, "About to start a panel discussion technology for citizen empowerment and human rights at #CGI2010."

"Excited to be #cgi2010!" Demi shared.

Watch the video at ETonline!


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