with Chris Hedges
RT America on Nov 20, 2016
On this week’s episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges has a raw conversation about the reality of selling sex with Rachel Moran, author of “Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution”. RT correspondent Anya Parampil looks at the prostitution law implemented in Sweden, and other countries, that criminalizes the purchase of sex, but allows the sale to continue.
What will protect sex workers? by Patrick Delsoin and Rachel Cohen
From the archives:
Chris Hedges: Refugee Trafficking is Big Business for ISIS
Chris Hedges: Human Trafficking: Exploitation of Women Still Rampant Worldwide
The Intimately Oppressed by Howard Zinn (repost)
Trading Women for Profit by Graham Peebles
“Nepal girls are cheaper to buy” by Brian McAfee
6 year old Iraqi girls forced into prostitution (video)
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Posted the direct link from RT on Facebook Lo, to avoid sound/image synchronization problems due to 2nd/3rd generation replay.
A very powerful and affecting conversation, that challenges so many accepted beliefs, received opinions and habitual assumptions; profoundly educative.
I don’t understand what problems there might be for sharing this post on Facebook. Here is the Dandelion Salad Page’s post for this video: https://www.facebook.com/DandelionSaladPage/posts/1297701823625907 The share button works very well.
Thanks Lo, it’s just lately I’ve noticed a lot of sound/image delay on videos generally, could be my internet feed bandwidth or whatever, I’m not too tech savvy….
The videos should play on the blog exactly as they play on Youtube or Vimeo or wherever they are from. The setting can be changed on Youtube videos by clicking the “gear” button.