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In order to improve accurate information about Sex Trafficking, Sex Slavery, Human Trafficking topics in Wikipedia, the following major news report information should be included in the discussion:[edit]

In order to improve accurate information about Sex Trafficking, Sex Slavery, Human Trafficking topics in Wikipedia, the following major News report information should be included in the discussion:

Village Voice Media News in the March 24, 2011 issue have a story about the controversial statistics used to calculate sex trafficking and Sex Slavery victims: By Nick Pinto – Village Voice Media:

http://www.villagevoice.com/2011-03-23/news/women-s-funding-network-sex-trafficking-study-is-junk-science/

March 2, 2011: In the Dallas News March 2, 2011 By JESSICA L. HUSEMAN -Staff Writer FBI report on Super Bowl Sex Trafficking:

http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/super-bowl/local/20110302-top-fbi-agent-in-dallas-praises-super-bowl-security-effort-sees-no-evidence-of-expected-spike-in-child-sex-trafficking.ece

January 31, 2011: Dallas TV News WFAA show about super bowl sex trafficking: by JASON WHITELY Dallas WFAA news:

http://www.wfaa.com/sports/football/super-bowl/Super-Bowl-prostitution-prediction-has-no-proof--114983179.html

About Super Bowl Sex Trafficking: Dallas Observer Newspaper: By Pete Kotz January 27, 2011: http://www.dallasobserver.com/2011-01-27/news/the-super-bowl-prostitute-myth-100-000-hookers-won-t-be-showing-up-in-dallas/

Dallas Observer Newspaper: By Pete Kotz March 3, 2011: http://www.dallasobserver.com/2011-03-03/news/super-bowl-prostitution-100-000-hookers-didn-t-show-but-america-s-latest-political-scam-did/

Involuntary celibacy[edit]

This RfC on whether we should have an article on involuntary celibacy might be relevant to editors from this WikiProject. CorporateM (Talk) 17:10, 16 March 2015 (UTC)

Wiki Loves Pride[edit]

You are invited to participate in Wiki Loves Pride!

  • What? Wiki Loves Pride, a campaign to document and photograph LGBT culture and history, including pride events
  • When? June 2015
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JC's Girls[edit]

I have started an FAC for the article about JC's Girls, an organization of Christian women who evangelize to female workers in the sex industry. The reviewers who have contributed to the FAC so far seem sharply divided. Any constructive contributions would be greatly appreciated. Neelix (talk) 02:02, 20 July 2015 (UTC)

Request for input at Talk:Call girl[edit]

A dispute is beginning at call girl as to whether call girls should be described as "prostitutes" or "sex workers" in the lede. Your input would be welcome! —/Mendaliv//Δ's/ 16:05, 17 April 2016 (UTC)