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Saturday, October 19, 2013
REFLECTIONS ON RECRUITMENT
We read, hear and watch a lot of bull shit in the media about guys and/or traffickers who lure girls into the escort profession. Maybe it's true...and maybe it's fiction. But I gained a little insight this afternoon that might really turn the mainstream on its ear - if only somebody from the mainstream actually read this blog.
Whatever...I was on the phone with an old buddy yesterday - one who I've known forever - when somehow the conversation turned to that old rites of passage thing (the usual sexual abuse mythology which is generally true)...and then to how she got lured into the profession in the first place. And you might find the seminal recruitment tool sublimely enlightening.
No, it wasn't a big, bad pimp driving a $100,000 Benz - or a foreign broker who "turned her out." It was THE LIFETIME CHANNEL that did the job! Yup! The girl was just 14 years old when one night she watched THE MAYFLOWER MADAM (the story of Mary Biddle Barrows). And there is where she found her calling!
Of course, enroute to her destiny, the girl enrolled in UCLA on scholarship...but dropped out within weeks to pursue her particular dream - one of making the big bucks in the escort game. And sure enough at age 18, she was living in her own apartment, shopping till she dropped, and earning 900 bucks a day to pay the way!
This I find fascinating. While law enforcement pursues any number of facilitators and traffickers whom they think are the culprits, a freakin' cable channel just might be doing more to glamorize the escort world than all the people they're spending all that money to track!
And what about "PRETTY WOMAN" the movie? How many girls decided to give it a go based on that fucking fairy tale? I mean...come on! What girl wouldn't want to marry a handsome trillionaire?? Ya think maybe a few girls entered the rank and file based on that horse shit?
I'm not trying to preach here or start a revolution. It's not my style. But really...when you think about it...isn't all the media coverage/glorification of the trade as culpable as any other entity? What a powerful recruitment tool! Pimps do it one girl at a time. But Lifetime? Thousands and thousands! Not to mention Hollywood? OMG! Don't tell me networks and movie companies don't profit! How much do you think Garry Marshall earned on PRETTY WOMAN?
Of course, the constitution protects people like Gary and networks like The Lifetime Channel. Thus, they get to earn millions without regard for how many mixed up young girls they entice into the business while at the same time, some dude who posts an ad on an adult directory site as a favor to his ATF runs the risk of arrest for so doing...all of which doesn't make a lot of sense to me. But what do I know...and who hears my voice? Answers: Nothing and nobody in that order. I'm out!