The Appeal: A National Crackdown on Massage Businesses May Harm The Women It Wants To Help

The campaign kicked off with an 11-city tour called “Hidden in Plain Sight,” held in movie theaters alongside blockbusters and concession stands. For $5, attendees could watch a film on the sex trade in Seoul, Korea, listen to guest speakers from social service agencies, and hear Polaris staff pitch the campaign — popcorn and soda included.

A National Crackdown on Massage Businesses May Harm The Women It Wants To Help” by Melissa Gira Grant and Emma Whitford for The Appeal

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