a sex trafficking prevention campaign


DALLAS (2/6/11)–Aside from the occasional wardrobe malfunction and GoDaddy.com’s annual censor-baiting commercials, most people don’t associate the Super Bowl with sex. But this year, religious anti-pornography and anti-trafficking activists are using the nation’s biggest sporting event to take on the sex industry.

Because the hoopla surrounding the Super Bowl has expanded beyond Game Day to an entire week of parties and other festivities, large numbers of pimps and their workers flood into the host city each year. In Miami last year, police estimated that as many as 10,000 prostitutes from outside the area arrived for Super Bowl week.

Read article (Time) here


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