California and other states are considering reduced penalties for prostitution to combat sex trafficking

Advocates of decriminalizing prostitution say it would provide sex workers the same rights as other workers. But Kathi Hardy, a former sex worker and recovering addict who leads the Survivor Leader Network of San Diego, says decriminalization doesn’t help. [JW August at Times of San Diego]

The You’re Wrong about podcast did two lengthy episodes making a powerful case that human trafficking statistics are wildly exaggerated. [Wayfair and human trafficking statistics]

I don’t have an opinion on this because I don’t know enough. I realize I could get kicked off the internet for admitting that.

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