The U.S. government estimates that 50,000 women and children<quoted text>
You think sex trafficking a joke?
Or maybe -- like the LGBT -- you don't call it sex trafficking; maybe you have a nicer name for it, like "escort service."
Sex trafficking companies like rent-a-boy exist because straights who support same-sex marriage have created an environment where this kind of exploitation is socially acceptable. When I reported it here least year every homosexual who responded offered-up the same excuse: "Straights do it too!"
No matter how foul the homosexual act is, the LGBT community turns a blind eye to because "Straights do it too!"
Sex trafficking of boys soon reaches epidemic levels wherever same sex marriage becomes the law but not once -- never!-- have we heard of the LGBT condemning it.
And that's because as we see on the Cambridge tax-funded gay run non-profit below they openly SUPPORT man-boy sex trafficking.
In Massachusetts the pimps and predators who prey on young boys have thoroughly wormed themselves into the LGBT community. How else can sex ads like rent-a-boy on tax supported non-profits be explained?
The lines have become blurred. Blatant sex ads soliciting customers for man-boy assignations are now being called a "community resource." Meanwhile the outrage of the straight morons who support same sex marriage is nowhere to be seen. Apparently, their rage against the wrongs of society is a selective rage -- one that draws the line when it comes to homosexual pimps and predators.
Straight morons who support same sex marriage are enablers, that's all I'm trying to say. When you teach a kid homosexual sex is safe, normal and wholesome as mom's apple pie a lot of things happen to that kid the LGBT would rather you not know about.
Male prostitution is often one of them.
That's all I'm saying ....
are trafficked each year into the United States, primarily from Latin America, countries of the former
Soviet Union and Southeast Asia. However, little systematic research has been done on contemporary
trafficking in the United States. This study by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women is the first to
research both international and domestic trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in the United
States and to include primary research information from interviews with trafficked and prostituted
women in the sex industry.
Domestic minor sex trafficking victims are US citizens or lawful permanent residents under the age of 18 who have been recruited, harbored, transported, provided or obtained to perform commercial sex acts, which are defined as any sex acts done in exchange for monetary or other non-monetary gain.
Domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) is becoming a burgeoning risk factor for American youth as gangs find that prostituting minors is a source of prestige and income and traffickers discover that American children are easier to recruit and sell than foreign victims because there is no need to cross the border.
Recent examples of DMST in Washington:
In September 2009, the Seattle PI reported a 33-year-old Seattle man had forced two underaged girls, a 13-year-old and a 17-year-old, to prostitute themselves for his own financial benefit. Both girls had run away from home.
The US Department of Justice's Western District of Washington reports that in February 2011, two Tacoma men pled guilty to the sex trafficking of underaged girls.
Is this OK because its heterosexual sex slaves?