Digital Subscribers Are Already Reading About How the War on Sex Trafficking Is the New War on Drugs

So why aren't you?


Gillespie looks so cute in handcuffs. ||| Reason

Hey post-mods and post-rockers, do you know what digital subscribers to Reason have that the rest of you do not? Full online access to the so-new-it's-not-even-printed-yet November issue of the magazine, featuring a cover story that will change the way you think about prostitution policy, Elizabeth Nolan Brown's "The War on Sex Trafficking Is the New War on Drugs."

Brown argues persuasively and in depth that what we are seeing in the name of eradicating "sex trafficking" is a very familiar cocktail of media scare stories, bogus statistics, mandatory minimums, liberty-quashing legislative panics, and an emphasis on punishing adults for making voluntary transactions that have nothing, in fact, to do with the "trafficking" of unwitting minors. You could read it all, plus a bunch of other great content, on the 21st century device of your choice, for less than $15 a year, or $10 if you're already a print-mag subscriber.

WAIT WE ARE NOT EVEN DONE. You also get full access to the full archive of the full magazine, going back a full 47 years.

So there is no longer any good excuse. Digitally subscribe right the hell now!