A bipartisan bill tackling human sex trafficking has driven Craigslist and Reddit to make some changes to their content. Twitter better get on the ball too because I’ve seen porn models advertising “dates” on that social media platform.
I don’t like the feminist angle on this type of legislation. Where are the holy men schooled in the Bible arguing against prostitution specifically and our overly sexualized culture more generally.
Rather than discuss morality, which could lead to an indictment of the current Jewish imposed culture which celebrates homosexuality, abortion, and general weirdness, the discussion is always about what some feminist yakking away about protecting women from men says.
It’s like women are powerless children.
Furthermore, the whores are celebrated, while wives and mothers are denigrated.
Craigslist said it is dropping its personals section, citing the passage of a sex trafficking bill potentially leaving websites liable for penalties.