https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_Enab ... ickers_Act
I find it funny that these sex workers are now using some of the same excuses as e-celebs use, like the old DSP standby of "I make more money doing this and I can't afford to work a normal job because I'll make less."
BTW how many of you feminist cunts were all in favor of prosecuting johns? But now the workers make less money and I hear endless crying.
SESTA received bipartisan support from U.S. senators, the Internet Association, as well as companies such as 21st Century Fox and Oracle, who supported the bill's goal to encourage proactive action against illegal sex trafficking.
It's rare for both parties to agree on anything.
SESTA was co-sponsored by 27 Democratic and Republican senators; early supporters of the bill included members of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, which is chaired by Portman and led the aforementioned investigation into Backpage. Representative Mimi Walters stated that websites such as Backpage have become the "storefronts" for the modern-day slave trade and that the FOSTA-SESTA legislation will help prosecutors "crack down on websites that promote sex trafficking" as well as provide recourse for victims. Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) stated her support for the FOSTA-SESTA package, believing that "Congress must act to clarify that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act was never meant to shield sex traffickers."
Sounds good to me. Child sex trafficking is one of the most shameful aspects of our modern western culture. Large cities such as mine are hotbeds of illegal child sex trafficking and I think it's disgusting.
The way I see it, we either tax and regulate like you aussies or we crack down underage traffickers. I don't think either of the current parties would be in favor of legalization, even though that's the only way these complaining hookers could get what they want. Imagine listening to a drug dealer bitch about how RICO makes it harder for him to make money. No shit.