Glamorizing Slavery in America

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It is a common process. Young girls and boys on the run from abusive households and foster homes in America in bus depots, train stations, and aimlessly wandering the streets of America. As common as that scenario is what is just as common are the vultures who frequent these bus depots, train stations and who hunt our streets looking for these children to exploit in Americas underground sex slave industry. No we aren’t talking about the Bunny Ranch in Nevada where women eagerly rent themselves out for cash and prizes we’re talking about children some of whom are actually simply abducted on their way home from school, fed drugs until they have become addicted, and them put out on the streets to be sexually abused and sometimes murdered for the financial benefit of people Americans have lovingly identified as pimps.

Aside from the occasional, quickly forgotten story you might have surfed past while watching T.V., the mainstream media has done a very nice job of glamorizing pimps as almost heroes of “da hood” while at the same time demonizing prostitutes as soiled women addicted to sex and drugs and money who by their own volition seek the sordid world of sex for sale. But it has gone much further than that.

In modern America everything cool is labeled “pimped.” Pimp your car, pimp your house, pimp your office space and so on. Even video games like Grand Theft Auto encourage their players to pimp, rob and murder hos and the public eats it up like starving dogs.

Let’s not mince words here. Pimps are slavers. They are not the heroes of “da hood” that they are so often painted as. There are no good pimps, these are all very nasty, violent and evil people. Many pimps even tattoo their “ho’s” to show that these children and young people are actually owned properties. One of the more common tattoo’s is a Black Panther tattooed on their slaves backs so that others know that the individual in question is Black owned property.

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And once the child or young person becomes too old to bring in the big bucks anymore they are often murdered just in case they somehow get off drugs and expose their former owners. No one seems to care. Just another street urchin.

Pimping is the transformation of an innocent life into that of a sex slave/prostitute. Thus explains the use of the term in the transformation of a crappy  car or truck into a custom ride. The implication here is that pimping turns something broken into a thing of beauty and Americans have swallowed this narrative hook line and sinker.

We have in fact glamorized the sexual slavery of children and young adults.

Think about that the next time you’re surfing cable T.V. looking for something to watch and you decide to watch a show with the word pimp in it. Because every single time you watch one of these shows you become part of the problem. You become the promoter of child sex slavery.

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2 thoughts on “Glamorizing Slavery in America

  1. Wow! Good writing as always and you really knocked this one out of the park. The thing that amazes me is the girls get arrested but not the pimps, but then there’s that old pay for protection going on at the precinct level. D.s.

    On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 11:37 AM, The McCarthy Chronicles wrote:

    > Patrick posted: ” It is a common process. Young girls and boys on the run > from abusive households and foster homes in America in bus depots, train > stations, and aimlessly wandering the streets of America. As common as that > scenario is what is just as common are the vultu” >

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