When people don’t like to think about something, it can be hard to know that it’s a problem, and that makes doing something about it even more difficult.
But children are being sold for sex in Pennsylvania, said Diane Moyer, legal director of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, and proposed legislation sponsored by Rep. Brian Ellis, R-Lyndora, is a “good first start” to dealing with the problem.
“You don’t think of Pennsylvania as a hub for trafficking,” Moyer said. “Actually, we find it in the rural areas in Pennsylvania, with immigrant victims, with runaway youths. It really can be a huge problem.” Read more… –