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Children of the Immaculate Hate?

Sex-trafficked women rescued from horrors of rescue operation’s regulated sexuality.

Pictured: Children of the Immaculate Heart founder Grace Williams, San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephan, and two hatemongering anti-LGBTQ Catholic priests whose faces have been obscured to emphasize their utter lack of humanity.
Pictured: Children of the Immaculate Heart founder Grace Williams, San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephan, and two hatemongering anti-LGBTQ Catholic priests whose faces have been obscured to emphasize their utter lack of humanity.

“The sad truth is that over 5000 women in San Diego County are forced into the commercial sex trade each year,” says Roxanne Redlight, Chairwoman for the County Vice Department. “It’s a dangerous, dehumanizing, despair-inducing, drug-infested world, and once you’re in, there’s no easy way out. All too often, a shortened life of sexual slavery is the only fate awaiting these young women. It’s difficult to imagine the horrors they experience, sometimes being forced to service 15 or more johns a day just to be allowed to eat. But today, we can rest easy knowing that at the very least, these tragic victims will never be forced to freely choose to enter into a rescue facility that not only aligns itself with the Catholic Church, but also refuses to host LGBTQ events, facilitate abortions, or provide hormones to transgender residents. We’ve made sure that these so-called Children of the Immaculate Heart won’t be getting a license to operate here in California. They can try to sue us all they like - we’re not letting them get their filthy hands on our precious little girls.”

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Pictured: Children of the Immaculate Heart founder Grace Williams, San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephan, and two hatemongering anti-LGBTQ Catholic priests whose faces have been obscured to emphasize their utter lack of humanity.
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“The sad truth is that over 5000 women in San Diego County are forced into the commercial sex trade each year,” says Roxanne Redlight, Chairwoman for the County Vice Department. “It’s a dangerous, dehumanizing, despair-inducing, drug-infested world, and once you’re in, there’s no easy way out. All too often, a shortened life of sexual slavery is the only fate awaiting these young women. It’s difficult to imagine the horrors they experience, sometimes being forced to service 15 or more johns a day just to be allowed to eat. But today, we can rest easy knowing that at the very least, these tragic victims will never be forced to freely choose to enter into a rescue facility that not only aligns itself with the Catholic Church, but also refuses to host LGBTQ events, facilitate abortions, or provide hormones to transgender residents. We’ve made sure that these so-called Children of the Immaculate Heart won’t be getting a license to operate here in California. They can try to sue us all they like - we’re not letting them get their filthy hands on our precious little girls.”

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Don't even know where to start with you, Mencken. First of all, this isn't even a news report but a rant in the form of a preachy quote.
Secondly, Redlite purposely confuses human trafficking with sex trafficking which the San Diego Public Defender, CLEARLY made a distinction at a recent workshop. And thirdly, eye - mote -beam. I strongly urge you,Mencken and Redlite,to read Camile Paglia, if you have the courage, and get off your horse, it's TOO high.

Dec. 13, 2019

It's satire, not a news report.

Dec. 13, 2019

After many years of Mencken's mirth, some readers still don't get it!

Dec. 13, 2019

There was a time when I used to love the Mencken pieces, many of which were as believable as real news--heck, even more believable. But something happened, and most of these recent efforts have fallen flat. This one refers to some sort of controversy of which I am totally ignorant. So, yeah, I get it, but this one went right over my head. Any one want to fill in the blanks?

Dec. 13, 2019

"Roxanne Redlight" is the perfect name there. Some probably missed the Sting song connection.

Dec. 15, 2019
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