Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher Launch T-shirts for Anti-Trafficking Campaign

04/14/2011 at 02:00 PM ET

Demi and Ashton create T-shirt to fight child sex slaveryCourtesy Steven Alan

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are taking a stand against child sex slavery. Through a new campaign from their DNA Foundation, called “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls,” the couple created a video, where celebrity supporters like Justin Timberlake, Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper and Jamie Foxx speak out against human trafficking. To show your commitment the cause, you can create your own video at facebook.com/dnafoundation. Or perhaps you can wear your support: Moore and Kutcher also launched the “DNA T-shirt Challenge,” a partnership with Threadless.com and retailer Steven Alan, where artists submitted sleek shirt designs centered on the concept of freedom. More than 200 entries were submitted — and 60,000 votes cast — and the winning designs, including this gray women’s T-shirt, are available now on threadless.com and stevenalan.com, with a percentage of proceeds benefiting DNA.

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