Reality Check Memo To The #STOPSESTA #SEXWORKERS From Twitter’s Red Light District.




#SESTA is a Bill in Washington called “Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers”.   And a very few “Sex Workers” and “Adult Pornography Stars” have taken violent opposition to this Bill.

Sex trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. … Sex trafficking is a hidden crime as victims rarely come forward to seek help because of language barriers, fear of the traffickers, and/or fear of law enforcement.  And many of the children forced into this culture are vulnerable homeless children.

The Bill takes aim at a website called #Backpage. Which is a Sex Trafficking Crime Syndicate that was launched in the classified section of the Village Voice, using the failing paper as a front so they could claim the trafficking was “Freedom of Speech”.  They were eventually making 135 million a year and much of it off the backs of children being sold for sex.  In fact, the statistics for child sex trafficking rose 850% in just five years after it launched.

Watch the I Am Jane Doe Film for more information on that.

As the #SESTA (Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers) Bill makes its way to the Senate Twitter is abuzz with a few prostitutes and sex traffickers protesting the Bill.

One day, I would like to understand why some working prostitutes that are thrilled with their life and are living their dream, feel sex traffickers must be allowed to run rampantly through a society as predators and domestic terrorists in unchecked abandon, for the “sex worker” to “feel safe” and promote their “craft”.

On the other hand, because some “sex workers” feel the demand to have sex traffickers and permit them as a plague, perhaps they might come to some kind of understanding that this is why prostitution is illegal.  “Sex Workers” that come to demand and expect society to have a tolerance for slavery and terrorism,  not to mention adultery and violence, are generally considered a liability to the rest.  And to expect of a society to write off children as collateral damage as the cost of doing business is an unreasonable expectation.

The few  “sex workers” protesting about legislation to curb sex trafficking, are not paying income taxes as “sex workers” and probably have some undeclared income to settle up with the I.R.S. before they start marching on Washington for “sex worker rights” which apparently, include protecting sex traffickers.

Meanwhile, every taxpayer in America is paying for the millions of dollars annually that our tax dollars spent on law enforcement, rehabilitation, and damage control brought on by sex traffickers. And some non-tax paying “sex workers” feel the rest of America should just eat the expense.

But honest people have rights too.

Children and women that have been victimized and terrorized by sex traffickers, who are trying to recover from the trauma and address their oppressors, are not doing anything illegal and they are not evading taxes.

Women and children being used by sex traffickers don’t get paid a dime for labor.  And if they do try to pocket a dollar and they are caught by their trafficker life becomes a new kind of hell for them. And if they do not want to work or do not make quotas life becomes a new kind of hell for them. And if they want to quit they have to move to another state or across the country on their thumb, penniless.

Prostition and tax evasion are still illegal.  So what exactly are “sex worker” rights? They have a right to an attorney.

Obstructing justice while they have their own unresolved legal issues with justice, is just an indicator of how blind a few have become to their own conditions.

The #STOPSESTA Rampage












I’ll spare you the rest. But I will suggest to the ladies pleading with their Johns to call their Senators on your behalf, that to ask that is to ask them to go buy a burner phone. This is exactly what kind of “customer support” you can expect from your “sex worker” franchise.

The next time you find yourself miseducated and misinformed, and herded into some nonsensical madness to obstruct justice, consider the ringleader is on Payola from #Backpage for the propaganda campaign.

Not to mention she is mentally ill with Sadistic Personality Disorder. And you, are being exploited for profit by a multi-million dollar Sex Trafficking Crime Syndicate. And of course, her, the one pimping you all over Twitter for #Backpage.



Response to the above Alana Massey:


P.S. A message from the reformCDA (Communications Decency Act) Which #SESTA #FOSTA is supposed to fix.


Failing Allure Magazine Rallies for Backpage Crime Syndicate in Washington.




Headlines a few months ago revealed a bloodbath at Conde Nast that foretold of trouble ahead, and behind for Allure Magazine.

Condé Nast to Cease Teen Vogue in Print, Cut 80 Jobs and Lower Mag Frequencies

Allure magazine is the poster child for all that went wrong in the magazine publishing world.

Allure by itself has been considered the Walmart of glossy advertising, mainly with products available at Walmart or discount and modestly priced outlets.


Which is not a bad thing at all.  And many savvy shoppers that shop at these outlets find great merchandise for their wants and needs.  But behind the advertising one must offer something more than a glossy ad. Walmart does that. Allure Magazine does not.

Long gone are the days Tina Brown could rock an erection statistic on the circulation of a periodical by leafing through a current issue.

There is rumor around town that magazines are dying because of the Internet.  Don’t believe it. Every woman loves to kick back and browse through periodicals that inform, amuse, and bring on the wants and dreams. We even need it. Magazines are for the leisure class. And every American at some part of their day or week is part of the leisure class.

That said, we are already burdened daily with opinions, attitudes, misinformation, and miseducation. It is a constant task to sort these and keep them filed in places where they bring meaning and bright choices.  Or dispose of them as unuseful tools that are no longer workable.  The last thing we want or need is to open a magazine loaded with opinions, attitudes, miseducation, and misinformation.  And the magazines are heavy with it. And we have a very small % of the population that volunteers to be misled and misinformed.

The dynamic that causes any industry to flourish is imbued with professionalism and ethical social intercourse.  And if you take a look at the Code of Ethics for journalists, it becomes clear why journalism and media are not only in a rut but dragging down industry as media can no longer perform well enough to carry advertising.

The economy is not affecting media,  the media is affecting the economy. if Retailers had not circumvented this by having own magazines, and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, we might have been sunk into a depression.

Most people have no idea there is a code of ethics for a journalist and if they saw it, they may be shocked.

Journalist Code Of Ethics

Seek Truth and
Report It

Ethical journalism should be accurate and fair. Journalists should be honest and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting information.  The ethics codes are explained here:

If you read through that you get some idea of just how unholy the sphere of “journalism” and “journalists” has become. The very underbelly of it all is when a journalist violates all of the above, and plows forward like a cult leading to dominate his or her readers, and even issue marching orders.  The lowest underbelly of that is when they mislead and miseducate, then demand action from their readers based on that. Such as ordering their customers to call senators and demand action on legislative Bills the customers have never even read.

That brings us to the current underbelly of magazine publications, Allure Magazine.

Not only are they or some of their employees apparently on the payola of Backpage Sex Trafficking Syndicate for promoting propaganda.  But they are also acting as hit men to target, harass and humiliate activists for child victims of Backpage.  There is a Bill in Washington now called Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers. #SESTA  Which targets Backpage.

The owners Mike Lacey and James Larkin, used politicians for years until Backpage was discovered to be promoting and enable selling children for sex. Since then politicians will not touch donations from Backpage.

Given that Backpage cannot even get politicians to take their money, they have been relying on journalists and bloggers for support in exchange for cash infusions. Somehow, someway, Allure magazine got on the gravy train. Not only they did give marching orders to their followers, they wallowed in sadism as they photoshopped activists to mock humiliate and target them for abuse.









I kid you not, this is from the “Health and Wellness” at Allure:


Anti Celebrity rants in Allure Magazine?  This one is definitely not tracking with the rest of the team. Celebrities are what they put on their covers to sell their magazines. Not to mention the people pushing this Bill ARE the SURVIVORS. So they are miseducating and misinforming.

And this rampage alongside advertisers such as Kohls, Keils, and other reputable hard-won goodwill industries whose name should not be on the same Twitter feed with Backpage Child Sex Trafficking Crime Syndicate. Whos owners, founders, and staff are currently under the scope of the F.B.I. and Homeland Security.

This isn’t just bag industry, this is walled with treason to readers, customers, and sponsors.

This is why Allure Magazine is falling south. Because of unprofessional standards and unethical practices. Not to mention sadistic disregard for advertisers, sponsors and reader, and subjects.

I reached out to Allure Magazine, Haley MacMillan, and Alana Massey for comments. They have all gone invisible. I guess accepting cash infusions from children being for sex on the Internet is out of Vogue currently. (Excuse the pun)

If you want to subscribe to a good magazine, pick up Vanity Fair. Where Tina Brown’s high standards still reach out to curious and intelligent minds, who don’t care to be screamed at and dominated, ordered about, miseducated and misinformed.

For more information on Backpage see I Am Jane Doe Film or read the Senate Investigations Report.


Senate Investigations Report: