There is a book that has sat on my shelf for over a year now that I just haven’t been able to open up to read. I want to, and I did finally get through the intro recently, but I know it will make me angry and disgusted. However, I feel it’s an important book to read in order to understand what is really behind the sex trafficking trade.
Victor Malarek, an investigative journalist, takes a stand to blame men for prostitution, a fresh perspective. One sentence from the book jacket reads:
Ranging worldwide, from the United States to Europe, and from Costa Rica to Thailand, Cambodia, Ukraine, he dispels the myths that justify prostitution and puts on display the rationales of ordinary johns, their beliefs, their behaviors, and their astounding brotherhood.
I am intrigued, and I hope some of this insight might be useful in developing a plan and education to slow down and end human trafficking.
I also found a great interview with the author, under ten minutes.
I am vowing to put more effort into reading this and will report more as I read and when I finish. Time to get started.