Heightened public opinion on sexual assault may be helping high-profile advocates speak out about an imprisoned woman who killed her sex trafficker.
Although its owner claims rape is not the sort of behavior his doll brothel encourages, once the boudoir doors are closed the customer can do as he pleases.
If we are to believe Planned Parenthood exists to promote women’s well-being, we would expect them to rush to defend those being trafficked. In fact, they rush to help cover the trafficking.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown says the FBI is functioning as a ‘national vice squad,’ arresting more adults on charges stemming from prostitution activities than finding underage trafficking victims.
The case of a Canadian radio host brought to trial for sexual assault during BDSM shows why it should be perfectly feasible to stigmatize a behavior without taking it to court.
When we boldly march across the boundaries of the natural family, we entangle ourselves in a whole new world of ethical and legal atrocities.
Prostitution is not sex trafficking, and outlawing it creates more harm than good.
The editor of Sex and the State, Cathy Reisenwitz joins Federalist Radio to discuss modern relationships in the age of new dating technology like Tinder.
Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s in trouble for making claims about a gang rape without corroborating. Some earlier stories have hard-to-verify claims as well.
Jay Carney did not tell the full truth about White House involvement in the 2012 Colombian prostitution scandal.
If they’ve made it this far without learning what a first down is, they don’t want to know. For them, the fun of the Super Bowl lies in the moral preening.
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