Agree or Disagree: We should take sex trafficking at the Super Bowl seriously


Agree or Disagree: We should take sex trafficking at the Super Bowl seriously

This is an article from CBC News about sex trafficking during the Super Bowl.

Members in Congress heard Monday that the Super Bowl is the “single largest human trafficking incident in the United States”.

However, some do believe this hype is overblown.

Julie Ham is a former researcher with the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women said this in the article via email.

“These concerns aren’t valid. The idea that trafficking increases during large sporting events is an unsubstantiated rumour.”

What do you think? Should we take this seriously?

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One response to “Agree or Disagree: We should take sex trafficking at the Super Bowl seriously

  1. There is a growing number of well respected researchers, journalists, scientists, professors, that have concluded in their research that the sex trafficking, sex slavery concept is based on emotion, morals, and monetary funding rather than facts, evidence and proof. They state that very few kidnapped, forced against their will, physically abused, raped sex slave prostitutes for profit have been found throughout the world. Their research concludes that women who enter into this type of work do so of their own free will. They also state that there are many anti-prostitution groups who simply do not like the idea of consensual adult prostitution and have distorted the facts in order to push their agenda and receive funding and money into their organizations in the form of donations, grants and to change the laws about prostitution. They state that these anti-prostitution groups use made up child sex trafficking statistics which they have no proof or evidence of in order to gain public acceptance for their cause. Which they then pass on to the media as press releases.

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