Tuesday, May 10, 2011


One reader commented on a recent blog post that she believes that:

"the monolithic conception of human trafficking is problematic and I suggest that trafficking occurs as a result of women’s willingness to immigrate –for work, for a better life etc."

Her point is well taken. I wanted to direct her and fellow readers to the work and perspectives of Norma Ramos, executive director of the Coalition Against the Trafficking in Women (CATW). Ms. Ramos does not believe in the concept of "sex work" and shares the reasons behind her opinions in speeches and papers available on the CATW website.

Check out this interesting international organization:

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