Some would consider a name such as PimpHop.com a bit edgy, yet with a title such as the one for this insightful CNN special report, it confirms that in the world of media, one must do what needs to be done in order to get the viewers to tune in and tell a friend, yet and still, now that I think about it, the girl that lives next door to me actually works at the local Metro PCS store and always has great hookups on mobile phones, but that another subject.
CNNâ€™s Amber Lyon Investigates Teen Trafficking in America
Amber Lyon Reports for â€˜Selling the Girl Next Doorâ€™
Selling the Girl Next Door takes viewers into the world of underage American girls caught up in the violent sex trade. Hundreds of thousands of girls under the age of 18 are ensnared into lives of prostitution annually, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Many are runaways or â€œthrowawaysâ€ trapped in â€œthe oldest professionâ€ by pimps who sell them using modern sales and marketing techniques.
In a year-long investigation, CNN correspondent Amber Lyon reveals the devastating realities of the business of underage sex â€“ speaking to a young teen runaway sold online from a Las Vegas hotel, the men that obsessively seek Internet sex connections, and women long into careers as sex workers who were trafficked as teens or children.
To keep it brief and to the point, an interesting point of consideration is in the coincidence that the prime time slot on CNN is held by ex NY Governor Eliot Spitzer who may have had additional insight on the subject along with his expertise on matters of global social and economic unrest on the show ParkerÂ Spitzer which is as of this week for undisclosed reasons, no longer featuring the likes of Kathleen Parker.
Kathleen Parker steps down from CNN after five months
3:06 pm February 25, 2011, by Rodney Ho
CNN announced the departure of Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist Kathleen Parker from the network, leaving former New York governor Eliot Spitzer to host a new show dubbed â€œIn the Arena.â€
In regards to the expert advice provided by Dennis Hof, owner of The Moonlite Bunny Ranch Brothel in Nevada, it has been recently announced by Senator Herry Reid that he would like to see an end to these legalized prostitution operations in his state all together, and although the call for this end has been met with a cold response, it could also indicate that there may be a need for a change in faces of the ownership and management for the businesses as indicated by the demand for change in leadership and management for the next two years and potetntially the next six years for the business known as The United States of America, along with it’s chief executive officer who campaigned on the subject of change itself.
The first African American legal brothel owner of the U.S.A.?