SUPERBOWL ATTRACTS PIMPS SELLING CHILDREN FOR SEX 02/09/2011


by Moody Adams
The Superbowl attracted more than football fans. Pimps brought in 10,000 prostitutes, many of whom were children.
"’Most people don't know that our children are being brutalized this way, and we have to stop it,’ said Deena Graves, founder of Traffick911, a Texas organization that launched the 'I'm Not Buying It' campaign for Super Bowl XLV. ‘We need to get mad. We need to get angry about what's happening to our kids right here'" reports Angela K. Brown of the Associated Press.

"As a man and as a father of two beautiful girls, I'm not buying it -- and neither should you," Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff in a TV ad fighting this child sex trade. "If you're one of these men buying these young girls, I'm telling you that real men don't buy children. They don't buy sex."

There are at least 100,000 American children who become victims of prostitution each year according to The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.


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