Lord David Bacon of Meridies and I continue our examination of the hard truths of human trafficking, within the United States and internationally.
Certain folks keep talking about human trafficking in the news, but they just can’t seem to provide a realistic picture of what it is. But never fear! Your favorite sex positive nerds are here to shed some light on this tragic reality. Lord Bacon shares his experiences with the military fighting human trafficking overseas and we share some resources to learn more. Odds are what you’ve heard about human trafficking is all wrong, let us help with that!
The brief show notes this time are caused by WAR PLAGUE.
The Polaris Project has lots of resources for learning more about human trafficking and forced labor, as well as running a 24 hour hotline: 1 (888) 373-7888.
The United States Dept of Homeland Security has an initiative to fight human trafficking.
DoD Inspector General Hotline: 800-242-9098
National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline: 800-373-7888
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Sound Engineering: Evan Meier
Script Manager: Kate DuVall (Sophia Berkeley)
- Intro Music: The King of Denmark’s Galliard, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen. Sounds provided by ZapSplat and AmbientMixer.
- Courtesan Theatre: Concerto for 2 Trumpets in C major, RV. 537 (Rondeau arr.) – I. Allegro, written by Antonio Vivaldi. Performed by Michel Rondeau. Provided by MusOpen. Mistress Nichols Almand, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen.
- Outro: Lachrimae Antiquae, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen.
Edited with Audacity.