Following the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, attention has turned toward an alleged sex trafficking victim from Wisconsin who shot and killed her abuser.
That’s a big switch for the Democratic presidential candidate, whom sex workers have criticized for good reason.
This bill was supposed to fight sex trafficking. But it's driving women back to a riskier, pre-internet world of sex work.
Backpage has only been closed a short amount of time, but people are terrified and desperate and have no choice but to hit the streets.
Advocates say the legislation conflates consensual sex workers and trafficked victims, leaving many sex workers to face even more dangerous conditions.
The federal government had seized the classifieds website, which featured ads for sex work, days before.
The worst online abusers of women aren't who you think they are.
The judge cited a shield law for tech companies that protects them from prosecution for content posted by third parties.
The site is accused of facilitating sex trafficking, including that involving children.