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41. Re-Broadcast: Super Bowl Sex Trafficking

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Every year, tales of the great and fabled Super Bowl sex trafficking upswing make their rounds online. These rumors instill fear in the upstanding public, and infuse law enforcement and anti-trafficking organization with cash for intervention measures. But this myth has been long-debunked, so why does it remain in such heavy rotation? Join me in talking with Senior Editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown about the origin of this moral panic, and check out the Super Bowl Sunday Sex Worker Bail Out Fund, coordinated by SWOP-Behind Bars' Alex Andrews, in partnership with LIPS Tampa.


The Undead Myth of Sex Trafficking At The Super Bowl - Huffington Post

Super Bowl Sex-Trafficking Myths Return -

Study Debunks Myth That Sex Trafficking Surges During The Super Bowl -

ADSW is produced by Blair Hopkins, and brought to you in part by SWOP-Behind Bars. Music by New Orleans' own Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes. Thank you to Elizabeth Nolan Brown; find her on Twitter at @ENBrown. Special thanks as always to Alex Andrews. All in a Day's (Sex) Work is an ever-expanding narrative; if you are a sex worker, partner, patron or other adult industry-adjacent person, I want to hear from you! Email me at [email protected].

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