Despite rumors accusing Ashton Kutcher of infidelity, the actor/comedian and his wife actress Demi Moore focused their attention elsewhere as they spoke at the annual Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York City Thursday (Sep 23). The happily married couple were there to launch their “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” campaign against child sex slavery, and also discussed their DNA (Demi N Ashton) Foundation’s hope to “create a trafficking-free Internet.”

When asked what can be done to end sex trafficking, a very passionate Kutcher said: “People can get off their ass and start acting appropriately.”

Ashton and Demi (who celebrate their fifth anniversary today) have already received the support of some of their A-list celebrity pals including Ben Stiller and Snoop Dogg, and have also traveled around the world to meet with officials in Mexico, Russia and Haiti to help raise awareness for their cause.

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