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That’s gross @Dr_Milker a NSFW tag/blur please.
What shifted? The answer, the anti-trafficking advocates told me, is Senate Bill 357. Signed by Governor Gavin Newsom in July, the measure decriminalized loitering with the intent to engage in prostitution. The bill did not officially take effect until January 1 of this year; but, from the moment it became law back in July, these women say, the on-the-ground reality changed. “The minute the governor signed it, you started seeing an uptick on the streets,” Powell said. “And on social media, the pimps were saying: ‘You better get out there and work because the streets are ours.’”
Honestly prostitution should be a legal business with regulation and licensing to prevent pimping and all that.
Criminalizing stuff is not going to solve anything.
That’s what you got from reading an article about human exploitation?
You should run for office.