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Human Trafficking in America: Myths and Realities

Are politicians making the same mistakes with sex trafficking as they did with the war on drugs? What effects have stricter laws had on consenting sex workers? Is forced prostitution a growing problem? Video Discussion

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    Human trafficking is a very important issue and I hope that it gets the attention it deserves. Anyone who believes in humanity cannot ignore the problem of human trafficking and must work for real solutions. The majority of human trafficking has to do with a $10 manicure, low cost child care, cheap and abundant shrimp and other business transactions. Certainly, there is human trafficking regarding sex workers, but it is not the majority of the problem.

    I am sickened by those who would exploit people all over the world and bring them into slavery for a little food. I don’t really know the adjective for legislators who think they are doing something about this very real problem by putting new restrictions on sex offenders. This form of willful ignorance is just the latest example of awful legislators who have no business in a leadership position.

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      “I don’t really know the adjective for legislators who think they are doing something about this very real problem by putting new restrictions on sex offenders. This form of willful ignorance is just the latest example of awful legislators who have no business in a leadership position.”

      I don’t know the proper adjective to describe these lower life forms either. But what they do sure makes it “look” like they are doing something, aside from the fact they are just doing the “tough on crime” posturing while really doing nothing meaningful for anyone.

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