Another Feminist Myth Busted for the Nth Time

This time it’s the sex trafficking myth:

“Today, there are hundreds of non-governmental organisations in Cambodia alone working to ‘rescue and rehabilitate’ sex workers. Local sex-worker representatives even claim that there are more anti-trafficking activists than there are genuine trafficking victims.
Indeed, last year an audit of the USAID Counter Trafficking in Persons project reported that in 2009 the Cambodian government convicted just 12 people of trafficking offences. As for trafficking victims, the audit concluded that it was beyond the scope of the five-year project – initiated in 2006 with a budget of $7.3million – to establish ‘baseline data’ on the numbers of victims.” (source here, thanks to What Men Are Saying About Women)

Emphasis mine… And I think we all know what this BS means. If the feminists don’t give any data on a subject, it means the real data does not support their lunacy at all. As it is clearly shown by the local sex-workers’ words.

Of course this is not the first time this stupid myth is busted

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One Response to Another Feminist Myth Busted for the Nth Time

  1. JackAmok says:

    Best I can tell, the most likely way a local girl from some third-world country ends up unwillingly in the sex trade is if a bunch of UN types come to town.

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