Tuesday, September 07, 2010

So Much for Sex Trafficking

The Wayne Rooney case has highlighted yet again the nonsense of the feminist case on prostitution. The girl in question here is not some slave being held against her will:

"With a father who is an oil company executive, and a mother who drives a Porsche, the young Jennifer Thompson wanted for nothing.

Brought up in the Gulf state of Qatar, she led a sheltered existence protected by her parents and three brothers.

When the family returned to Britain, the churchgoing teenager was sent to a private school with high expectations for her future career.

Yet now, at the age of 21, she advertises herself as 'Juicy Jeni', the £1,200-a-time hooker whose charms Wayne Rooney apparently found so irresistible."

Why don't feminists tell the truth about prostitution?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The numbers of sex trafficking sex slaves:
There is a lot of controversy over the numbers of adult woman who are forced sex slaves. The real factual answer is that no one knows. There is hard evidence that the sex slavery/sex trafficking issue continues to report false information and is greatly exaggerated by politicians, the media, and aid groups, feminist and religious organizations that receive funds from the government, The estimate of adult women who become new sex slaves ranges anywhere from 40 million a year to 5,000 per year all of which appear to be much too high. They have no evidence to back up these numbers, and no one questions them about it. Their sources have no sources, and are made up numbers. In fact if some of these numbers are to believed which have either not changed or have been increased each year for the past twenty years, all woman on earth would currently be sex slaves. Yet, very few real forced against their will sex slaves have been found.