State Sen. Lauren Book (D) said "older white men" shouldn't be making all the decisions about women's reproductive rights.
The bill would require anyone guilty of paying for sex to be added to a public registry.
"It's not about scaring children. It's about empowering them."
Watch the full HuffPost Live clip above to hear more about Book's story and how she is working to protect other children
For the past week and a half, I've been traveling the rural island of Barbados teaching primary and secondary school students vital lessons on how to stay safe.
Lauren Book kept her feelings of shame quiet for years after she was sexually abused by her nanny. Now, at 27, Book is protesting