Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Congress and Sex Workers
"Sex worker rights groups have long argued that initiatives targeting child trafficking end up hurting the most marginalized workers by broadly criminalizing the industry. That includes queer and transgender people, the homeless and others who have been excluded from traditional employment." The Republican Congress and traitor Democrats, as usual, attack the victims not the causes of our social problems. People "excluded from traditional employment" -- i.e., victims of prejudice, discrimination, violence, and hatred. Instead of passing laws prohibiting the marginalization of people, Congress passes laws against the people. These disgusting politicians should all be dumped in the upcoming elections and people put in office who will enact three types of legislation: 1) laws relating to a guaranteed minimum income for all so that people can live with dignity; 2) laws that put an end to the "maginalization" of people because of differences that arouse prejudice and hatred in the uneducated and insensitive elements of the population; 3) laws that put in place educational standards that end the continued deformation of the moral character and intellectual level of American children that our present school system creates: prejudice, hatred, and insensitivity towards others is learned behavior (except in rare clinical exceptions) and the state is duty bound to run an educational system that fights it not perpetuates it. Dragonian laws can be enacted against child trafficking without sweeping up thousands of marginalized people who are only trying to survive in this putrid capitalist environment the majority of our present legislators have preserved and/or created for us.