Wilson's passport was revoked following a warrant for his arrest in Texas for having paid sex with an underage girl.
But the real problem here isn't human-trafficking troops, it's regulators raising crime panic.
A 10-year veteran of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Ortiz is also a "serial murderer" say Texas authorities.
An ex-NYPD detective allegedly used his knowledge of police procedure to keep the operation afloat.
Fun fact: All laws give government control of the decisions that everybody of any gender can do with their bodies.
Plus: Another one of NYU professor Avital Ronell's teaching assistants talks, and Tucker Carlson goes after Amazon.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown exposes the flimsy case against the alt-weekly pioneers accused of facilitating sex trafficking through Backpage.com.
An inside look at how indie media veterans James Larkin and Michael Lacey became the targets of a federal witchhunt.
Love Ranch, a brothel owned by Nevada Assembly candidate Dennis Hof, loses their brothel license.
Representatives of the oldest profession were on Capitol Hill fighting FOSTA and SESTA, with our online freedoms hanging in the balance.
The LP's move comes the same week the Green Party explicitly rejected a platform that protects sex worker rights.
With the D.C. primary approaching, candidates are quizzed on a bill that would decriminalize prostitution in the district.
We offer how-tos, personal stories, and guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.
The Delaware Criminal Justice Council found it difficult to "justify the resources that have been expend on so few" participants with such a "low rate of success."
"Of course the voices of actual sex workers are nowhere to be found," says brothel worker and PhD student Christina Parreira.
The White Slavery Panic of the late 19th/early 20th centuries caused Congress to pass the vaguely-worded Mann Act. It allowed the FBI and prosecutors broad discretion to go after individuals they didn’t like.
Backpage CEO Carl Ferrer turned over the company and seven other executives in exchange for leniency.
Indictment reveals money-laundering, conspiracy charges, and a tricky federal law known as the Travel Act.
The ruling allows a civil suit against Backpage to proceed for one of the case's three plaintiffs.