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HookerCops 298 reads
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Did the death penalty get rid of murder? Did the "conspiracy" laws get rid of drug traffickers? Did the "3 strikes" law make people stop committing felonies?

The lure of big money will always outweigh the consequences. There is always somebody new who thinks, "They'll never catch me".

serpius1507 reads

Hey Folks,

The Buckeye State has passed one of the nation's toughest human trafficking laws.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/06/28/ohio-forms-battle-plan-as-slavery-law-signed.html

The big question is this:

Will this clean up the trash that we find on Backpage and CityVibe?

As many of us know, those human traffickers use those 2 websites to pimp underaged girls into the sex slave trade.

Your thoughts on this?

Serpius

oldted243 reads

Because anyone moving into Ohio must be doing so against their will...

Posted By: serpius
Hey Folks

The Buckeye State has passed one of the nation's toughest human trafficking laws.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/06/28/ohio-forms-battle-plan-as-slavery-law-signed.html

The big question is this:

Will this clean up the trash that we find on Backpage and CityVibe?

As many of us know, those human traffickers use those 2 websites to pimp underaged girls into the sex slave trade.

Your thoughts on this?

Serpius

mistressjessica332 reads

While I agree that pimps, underage girls and the abuse of any woman doing this against her will should be stopped and the punishement for those caught is not harsh enough..

I do worry about those single moms who moonlight, and are good moms and those that are above the age of 25 who enjoy what they do will be caught and judged amoung thier peers as being just as bad , unfit etc, etc..

A rare few choose to do this with an educated idea of just what we are getting into.. and some of those moms could lose thier kids, jobs and reputation in the community for doing what two consenting adults should be able to do...

There is no quick easy fix..

Posted By: oldted
Because anyone moving into Ohio must be doing so against their will...
Posted By: serpius
Hey Folks

The Buckeye State has passed one of the nation's toughest human trafficking laws.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/06/28/ohio-forms-battle-plan-as-slavery-law-signed.html

The big question is this:

Will this clean up the trash that we find on Backpage and CityVibe?

As many of us know, those human traffickers use those 2 websites to pimp underaged girls into the sex slave trade.

Your thoughts on this?

Serpius

serpius358 reads

Jessica,

My understanding of the law does not cover ladies who make the educated decision to do the providing.

This law covers the law breakers who are exploiting underaged girls who are forced into the sex slavery.

Two different things.

If you are the person who made that educated decision, then, you should be safe from the law. (assuming you live in Ohio or another state that has similar laws as this)

Serpius

Posted By: mistressjessica
While I agree that pimps, underage girls and the abuse of any woman doing this against her will should be stopped and the punishement for those caught is not harsh enough..

I do worry about those single moms who moonlight, and are good moms and those that are above the age of 25 who enjoy what they do will be caught and judged amoung thier peers as being just as bad , unfit etc, etc..

A rare few choose to do this with an educated idea of just what we are getting into.. and some of those moms could lose thier kids, jobs and reputation in the community for doing what two consenting adults should be able to do...

There is no quick easy fix..

Posted By: oldted
Because anyone moving into Ohio must be doing so against their will...
Posted By: serpius
Hey Folks

The Buckeye State has passed one of the nation's toughest human trafficking laws.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/06/28/ohio-forms-battle-plan-as-slavery-law-signed.html

The big question is this:

Will this clean up the trash that we find on Backpage and CityVibe?

As many of us know, those human traffickers use those 2 websites to pimp underaged girls into the sex slave trade.

Your thoughts on this?

Serpius

scoed157 reads

Traffickers should never see the light of day. The harm they do is life long. So should the punishment. By the way traffickers use every web site out there even TER. I can name at least two ladies basically trafficked or involved in trafficking sense I joined on TER. Sad thing trafficking is hard to prove without the victim speaking up and they are well programmed not too. This will not clean out anything but maybe if the scum is in jail they can't hurt new victims.

CubbieFan2157 reads

Hi Scoed,

They showed the task force in a multi- state crack down of pimps!!  This one pimp was arrested!! He claimed that he was not a pimp & didn't know what the two girls were doing when he dropped them off!! The next night ABC showed him getting arrested, AGAIN!! They should lock him up & throw away the key!!

Posted By: scoed
Traffickers should never see the light of day. The harm they do is life long. So should the punishment. By the way traffickers use every web site out there even TER. I can name at least two ladies basically trafficked or involved in trafficking sense I joined on TER. Sad thing trafficking is hard to prove without the victim speaking up and they are well programmed not too. This will not clean out anything but maybe if the scum is in jail they can't hurt new victims.

3000ma194 reads

If you KNOW a provider is working against her will, you should post it on ter at the least!

scoed185 reads

She feel very uneasy wearing necklace that are up against her neck because she was choked with a telephone cord. She hates to talk on the phone as both her parents and her pimp beat her for such. She has been programmed that her only value is in her pussy she never has been able to shake. She still has nightmares about what happened to he 14 years after she escaped because her pimp got arrested for drugs. She had a horrible time getting off the drugs her pimp gave her to make her controllable. The trafficking ended but the effects live on years after and likely will for life. Slavers should fry or at least never see the light of day again.

JohnISmyname165 reads

unless they (politicians) increase the budget for enforcement. Even if they have the money to increase LE budget significantly, I am not sure it's going to make that much difference. One can just look at the result of "War On Drug". IMHO, the problem will go away when there's no money. For my part, I will not pay for anything if I have any suspicion.

Posted By: serpius
Hey Folks,

The Buckeye State has passed one of the nation's toughest human trafficking laws.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/06/28/ohio-forms-battle-plan-as-slavery-law-signed.html

The big question is this:

Will this clean up the trash that we find on Backpage and CityVibe?

As many of us know, those human traffickers use those 2 websites to pimp underaged girls into the sex slave trade.

Your thoughts on this?

Serpius

DT_lover193 reads

See Boston board about new law in Mass.  To be used against anyone deriving income from "prositiution".  Unfortunately escorts get dumped into this category.  Most of the escorts I know are working moms making extra money to pay the mortgage, or buy a new car...etc.  Nothing to do with trafficing.

Police find cash and condoms and "you're under arrest" for "sexual conduct for a fee".  New law now presumes you are guilty of human trafficing.

It is fucked up.

This is all too true and not something that is confined to laws relating to the hobby.

It seems like there's a pattern. Laws are passed that are very broad. When objections of over-reaching are leveled,  the argument is always that they 'give law enforcement tools that they need' to tackle a problem. The corollary being  that LE will only use those laws against the target that the lawmakers intend, or at least those that they talked about when getting the legislation passed.

Of course, when it comes down to it, LE go after the easy targets and the DA prosecutes to the top of the legislation. It's a lot easier to prosecute the driver of a girl advertising on BP, than it is to route out a ring of traffickers importing girls from Eastern Europe.

The disconnect there never ceases to amaze me.

mrfisher148 reads

Slavery is illegal.  Kidnapping is illegal.

If gals who are being mistreated could really contact LE and protest their conditions, the "bad" trafficing would be reduced.

These laws have nothing to do with stopping trafficing and everything to do with LE going after soft targets like the gals we see as well as we hobbyists.

It is insidious to the extreme.

wilt-the-stilt130 reads

Posted By: DT_lover
See Boston board about new law in Mass.  To be used against anyone deriving income from "prositiution".  Unfortunately escorts get dumped into this category.  Most of the escorts I know are working moms making extra money to pay the mortgage, or buy a new car...etc.  Nothing to do with trafficing.

Police find cash and condoms and "you're under arrest" for "sexual conduct for a fee".  New law now presumes you are guilty of human trafficing.

It is fucked up.
You are correct.  Some states, including New York I believe, have used the problem of "human trafficking" as an excuse to enact stiffer penalties on people who have nothing to do with human trafficking.  There is currently a global movement to crucify johns indiscriminately as a means of stifling demand for sex slaves.  While trying to end the global slave-trade is not in itself a bad thing, it could easily spill over into harming guys trying to get laid through completely consensual arrangements.  

Also, if I'm not mistaken, it is defense in some places for the provider to claim she was "trafficked" as opposed willingly engaging in the activity--so be careful--know the law of your state--and do your best to avoid situations where this could become a problem.

HookerCops299 reads

Did the death penalty get rid of murder? Did the "conspiracy" laws get rid of drug traffickers? Did the "3 strikes" law make people stop committing felonies?

The lure of big money will always outweigh the consequences. There is always somebody new who thinks, "They'll never catch me".

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