Hollywood is driving global sex trafficking epidemic by glamorizing porn, Christian activist says

By The Christian Post

A sex trafficking victim waits for customers. | (PHOTO: REUTERS/CLARO CORTES)

Hollywood's normalization of pornography is feeding the sex trafficking industry, says Noel Yeatts, president of the anti-trafficking organization World Help. 

“The United States is the number one consumer of sex worldwide, and we’ve become numb enough to pornography that we’re fine with films and TV shows that glamorize this particular issue,” Yeatts told The Christian Post. “The danger here is that we forget there are people behind this issue, and it causes us to become cold to the sex-trafficking epidemic that is right on our doorstep.”

“As Christians,” she added, “we have an incredible opportunity to make a difference. In this #MeToo world we live in, we can’t forget that there are women who have been saying that for hundreds of years, yet no one has been listening. Together, we can change that.”

Source:The Christian Post