28 08 11 - 10:09From the news of the vapid:
By treating accused prostitutes as victims, services such as the county's Community Service Programs and the Salvation Army can be used. These non-enforcement services often play key roles in the task force as they try to help the victims start new lives.
"I think what I'm struck most by is the similarity between the stories," said Heidi Thi, the supervisor of the human trafficking program at CSP.
"I could have somebody who was sold as a child in China and brought here to Orange County to work as a slave in somebody's house, or I could be talking to a domestic minor who's been trafficked for sex who was from Northern California and was down here in Orange County - and it's striking how similar those stories can be, that there was an abusive or neglectful home, or that there was a dream they had that life could be better. And somebody told them, "Yes, life can be better, come with me and I will show you how I can make life better for you." And trusting that person, they went and found themselves in a horrible situation." - The CNN Freedom Project
Ah, yes. "Freedom" -- which means, in other words, no consequences.
As a result, we create a wishy-washy values system in our society where it's OK to be a whore if you have someone to blame.
This encourages tolerance of whoring, even if we now jihad-crusade against the pimps.
More sensible to just keep all of it really illegal, so everyone in society closes ranks against it.
That won't occur to these nitwits however.