UncleDan201722 karma2017-08-24 15:03:38 UTC
Does it concern you that the first thing that comes to mind of many people when the words "Catholic Priest" is mentioned is "pederast"? Is there any reason the Church doesn't move more aggressively to halt the many incidents?
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UncleDan201713 karma2016-11-16 18:39:39 UTC
So, was the Psych set as much fun as it looked when you played Pierre Despereaux, or were people going after each other with chainsaws when "Cut" was called?
UncleDan20179 karma2019-04-10 13:13:58 UTC
If 95% aren't being kidnapped but making the decision to enter the life, it doesn't really sound like a trafficking problem. It sounds more like you just have a problem with prostitution in general. It would be more intellectually honest just to label it that way. If you are truly interested in helping trafficked Human beings, there are real trafficked people to care about. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/inside-the-hidden-reality-of-labor-trafficking-in-america/
UncleDan20177 karma2019-08-27 01:38:39 UTC
Bigger chicken breast, crunchier pickles, better chicken to bread ratio. Much better.
UncleDan20176 karma2019-04-10 13:16:26 UTC
This is pretty much the situation with all the Trafficking talk. They know the connotations of Trafficking, which include kidnapping and slave labor, and they want to steal that language, because for a lot of people, prostitution is a victimless crime.
Most of what they are talking about in domestic "trafficking" is just standard prostitution.
If they were really concerned about human trafficking, they'd be investigating all the forced labor in the agricultural and other rural sectors. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/inside-the-hidden-reality-of-labor-trafficking-in-america/
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