Human Trafficking Awareness Day: What is a Child’s Life Worth? | Courtesy of Compassion International: http://blog.compassion.com/human-trafficking-awareness-day-what-is-a-childs-life-worth/#ixzz2HivHKN6j
Info-graphic we made for IPP to explain how human trafficking works and how shopping www.punjammies.com actually helps women & their children break the cycle. We're excited to see that Congress has passed a measure to increase penalties on human trafficking, shining a brighter light on this most-important issue. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/04/22/401548310/senate-oks-human-trafficking-bill-paving-way-for-attorney-general-vote
This article talks about how it's not so much that people are brought into trafficking at the Super owl, but victims are brought into the Super Bowl for "all men" at the event. Again, we see a theme of men as dominant (pimps, consumers) and women as tools for their sexual pleasure as victims. The victim/predator relationship is social, something learned by images, words, and gender roles.