April 28, 2007

On-the-job training

"The U.S. is also partnering with communities to find solutions to such issues as sexual coercion and exploitation of women and girls, as well as fighting sex trafficking and prostitution." —Randall Tobias, 2004

"Randall Tobias, head of the Bush administration's foreign aid programs, abruptly resigned Friday after his name surfaced in an investigation into a high-priced call-girl ring." —Associated Press, April 28, 2007

Related: Tobias's abstinence agenda.

Posted by Daniel Radosh


Policing sex traffic is much like policing regular traffic. You have to stand right there in the middle of it, telling those involved when to yield, go, go harder, etc.

Don't forget what a huge problem we're talking about here. Studies indicate there are over 600 million sex slaves in the U.S. alone, give or take.

Policing sex traffic is a $200 billon a year industry. I shit you not.

But he was trying to retrain them to be masseuses! Maybe he can bounce back with a new job as a career counselor.

Um, shouldn't this be prefixed "Daniel Radosh's Media Moment No. 50"?

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