Thursday, January 12, 2017

No prostitutes allowed.

TAKE note of January 11, 2017 everybody. (click here) Because there’s a chance that this was the day your mother/grandmother learnt what a golden shower was.

The term #goldenshower was trending worldwide on Twitter and you can thank a bunch of unverified documents involving US President-elect Donald Trump for that.

In fact, we may now have some clue as to why his hair is that particular hue ...

Why is this not a good thing? Because we have young people at risk and there should be no form of justification that can point to the White House or Congress.

January 11, 2017
By Heather Clark

Sacramento, Calif. — A controversial California bill (click here) that was signed into law this past September went into effect last week, exempting youth under the age of 18 from facing arrest and criminal charges for being involved in prostitution.

Senate Bill 1322 was introduced last year by Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, and views teens and pre-teens involved in prostitution as being victims rather than criminals.

“Existing law makes it a crime to solicit or engage in any act of prostitution. Existing law makes it a crime to loiter in any public place with the intent to commit prostitution. This bill would make the above provisions inapplicable to a child under 18 years of age who is alleged to have engaged in conduct that would, if committed by an adult, violate the above provisions,” a summary of the legislation outlines.

Instead of arresting the teenager, the law directs that a police officer “who encounters a minor engaged in a commercial sex act shall report these circumstances as abuse or neglect of a minor to the county child welfare agency.” If the teen is considered to be in proximate danger, the Department of Social Services may place the young person into an environment that is deemed safe in order to get them off the streets....