Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) Letter Rebutting NYT Article Saying Addressing Male Demand for Prostituted Women Is a "Misguided Moral Crusade"
Check out this GREAT letter by Norma Ramos of Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) in response to the NYT article “A Misguided Moral Crusade” ~ It’s a perfect rebuttal to all of the ridiculous nonsense spread by that article that said that trying to stop DEMAND for sex trafficking (male purchasing of women for sex) was harmful to prostituted women in the sex industry! (The article also included many other points of insulting false propaganda.)
LINK TO LETTER BY CATW: http://www.facebook.com/CATWINTL/posts/418233864902965
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