from The Human Impact:

Where does human trafficking happen? Right in front of you

March 24, 2014

Human trafficking has many faces and forms. There’s the pimp enslaving and exploiting young girls in cities across the United States – where an estimated 100,000 girls are trafficked at present. There are the men who buy young boys in Ghana, forcing them into lives of servitude and hard labour, spending long days in flimsy boats in the Lake Volta region, hunched over their fishing lines under a scorching sun.

from India Insight:

No consensus on sex, violence and censorship in Bollywood

May 2, 2013

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from India Insight:

Should India ban Internet porn?

April 16, 2013

(This commentary reflects the thoughts of the author. It does not reflect the views of Thomson Reuters Corp.)

from India Masala:

Bollywood and sex education

January 15, 2013

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author, and not necessarily of Reuters)

from The Human Impact:

Slavery beyond the sex trade

November 28, 2012

In Haiti, it's the little girl who is kept home from school and forced to clean her sister's house or else be beaten with electric cables.

from The Human Impact:

London Olympics: The sex-trafficking event that wasn’t

November 28, 2012

Media reports predicting that London would be overrun by women trafficked to Britain to service spectators with sex during the Olympics reinforced negative stereotypes and diminished the complexity of trafficking, an expert has said.

from The Human Impact:

“Rampant feminist” Cindy Gallop tackles love, sex, porn

April 2, 2012

Easy access to hardcore pornography on the Web and a general lack of sex education for youth is changing attitudes about lovemaking, according to entrepreneur Cindy Gallop.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Nine ways to lose weight and live forever

December 8, 2011

People say to me all the time, "Bob, your blog is SO stupid, how do you get people to read it?"

from Oddly Enough Blog:

You feelin’ fertile, Myrtle?

November 16, 2011

Blog Guy, I'm hoping you can help answer a question for me. Where do babies come from?

from Felix Salmon:

Don’t ignore Tim Cook’s sexuality

By Felix Salmon
August 25, 2011

Tim Cook is now the most powerful gay man in the world. This is newsworthy, no? But you won't find it reported in any legacy/mainstream outlet. And when the FT's Tim Bradshaw did no more than broach the subject in a single tweet, he instantly found himself fielding a barrage of responses criticizing him from so much as mentioning the subject. Similarly, when Gawker first reported Cook's sexuality in January, MacDailyNews called their actions "petty, vindictive, and just plain sad."