Women’s March Ditches #MeToo: Shills For Backpage.com Instead [VIDEO]

Women’s March Ditches #MeToo: Shills For Backpage.com Instead [VIDEO]

Women’s March Ditches #MeToo: Shills For Backpage.com Instead [VIDEO]

Those involved with the Women’s March organization put their hypocrisy regarding the #MeToo movement on full display this week. Why? Well, it seems that #MeToo is convenient for them UNLESS it involves Backpage.com

Yessir. You read the above tweets correctly. They are all in on explaining that Backpage is actually a place that is geared towards PROTECTING women who have chosen to be prostitutes, excuse me … “sex workers.” Never mind the fact that statistics of depression, drugs, violence, assault, and even murder are pretty high among that group. That’s not the point you see.

As noted in the Women’s March creed, or whatever you want to call it, the group’s support of sex workers is all about empowerment or something. 

We believe that all workers – including domestic and farm workers – must have the right to
organize and fight for a living minimum wage, and that unions and other labor associations are critical to a healthy and thriving economy for all. Undocumented and migrant workers must be included in our labor protections, and we stand in full solidarity with the sex workers’ rights movement. We recognize that exploitation for sex and labor in all forms is a violation of human rights.

Yeah. Sure. Excuse me while I hurl.

Let’s talk about all the NON CONSENSUAL acts that Backpage.com has empowered. Such as slavery, human trafficking, abduction, and even more heinous…  child sex trafficking and pornography. Memo to all involved with and running the hypocritical Women’s March, none of that is empowering and none of that is nor should be acceptable!

Exactly so. It is called sex slavery on all levels. Let’s review shall we?

Not very nice people are they? Not only that, but they’ve hidden behind the 1st Amendment and other federal laws for years. Seems that Linda Sarsour and her Women’s March bunch are oh so willing to enable their vile practices.

So tell me Women’s March, how do you explain away the fact that well over 158 countries have criminalized human trafficking? Care to explain this?

According to a new report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the vast majority of all human trafficking victims – some 71 per cent – are women and girls and one third are children.

Oh but that’s not all.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says classifieds website Backpage.com is involved in nearly three-quarters of all reports of online child sex trafficking that it receives from the general public, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner.

The official indictments have been made public. The charges include money laundering, facilitation of prostitution, and more. Here’s something else that the hypocritical followers of Women’s March refuse to acknowledge regarding the vileness of what Backpage has been involved with.

“Many of the ads published on Backpage depicted children who were victims of sex trafficking,” according to the indictment, which alleges that Backpage’s “official policy, when presented with an ad featuring the prostitution of a child, was to delete the particular words in the ad denoting the child’s age and then publish a revised version of the ad.”

We here at Victory Girls have called out the Women’s March and their founders multiple times for their hypocrisy towards women. In this case, their hypocrisy and callous indifference towards women and children who’ve been drug into the evil of human trafficking and sexual slavery is on full display.

According to Women’s March, #MeToo only works when it’s politically expedient. Women and children sold into sexual slavery need not apply.

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3 Comments
  • Flying Dutchman says:

    So: am I supposed to be upset at Backpage.com for the human trafficking thing, or at the government for investigating it?

    Proggies, I’ll admit you haz me confoozled. I always thought human trafficking was bad.

  • GWB says:

    Backpage.com is fairly vile, if it has done the things of which it’s accused. However, that is still to be proven.

    The problems with this case are manifold. First is the problem of the credibility of certain advocates. While some of them have done good work, they also tend to promote a lot of hysteria (they’re at least partly responsible for the feeling among parents that they can’t let their kids walk down the block without a parent present).

    Second is the issue of understanding the difference between the moral and “rational” legal objections to prostitution. While prostitution is wrong, how illegal it should be is certainly open (from a libertarian PoV) to discussion. And – loathe as I am to admit it – the feminists and libertarians are right in saying that a lot of women choose prostitution for reasons other than being forced into it. It isn’t all of them, nor even a majority, perhaps. But some large segment partakes because it’s a decent bit of money.

    Third, there is the hysterical “There oughta be a law!” reaction, intended to shut down prostitution sites, but broadly netting any site at all on which someone might advertise their services. Backpage might be vile, but the legislation uses that as its justification to be much more broadly encompassing. (For example, a hosting company could conceivably be shut down because someone used their services to create a locked-down, invisible-to-the-outside-world website to allow their “escort” clients to schedule appointments; even though the only way the hosting company could stop it would be by violating the privacy of their customers.)

    Fourth, I don’t trust any federal agent as far as I can throw them… uphill… against the wind.

    While I think the feminists are nasty, bitter, shriveled creatures who promote immorality at the drop of a knit pink hat, I also think some of the things they say here are at least partly true. But, they’re coming at it from the intersectional PoV, and therefore miss how and why they should be speaking about this.

  • Timmy says:

    Just legalize and tax it.

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