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Feminists Silent As Prostitution, Human Trafficking Control California Since Senate Bill 357




SAN DIEGO (CC) - Local residents are aghast and outraged that, under the guise of ending racism against minorities and discrimination against the LGBTQs, prostitution in and around National City has been popping off, ever since controversial California Governor Gavin Newsom, a noted feminist, signed Senate Bill 357 in July 2022.


The legislation repealed a previous law that banned loitering with the intent to engage in prostitution.


Here is some of the press release by ACLU-California, dated July 1, 2022:


"Today, Governor Newsom signed the legislation authored by Senator Scott Weiner, Senate Bill 357, the Safer Streets for All Act, which will help to protect all people from discriminatory arrests and harassment based on how they dress or their profession.


SB 357 repeals California Penal Code Section 653.22, a law that criminalizes loitering for the intent to engage in sex work.


This new act will take effect on January 1, 2023. SB 357 is the first legislative initiative of the DecrimSexWork CA Coalition – a coalition of current and former sex workers, organizers, and allies."


“SB 357 repeals a Jim Crow law that criminalized Black and trans people in public spaces,” said Fatima Shabazz of the DecrimSexWorkCA Coalition.


SB 357 was championed as a means of stopping the targeting of minorities and transgenders by police, but has backfired because local business owners, Christians and nuclear families are speaking out against the invasion of moral desecration, ungodly lawlessness, in the form of half-naked women walking the streets while school children are in transit.


A shock to the system came to those who thought street prostitution and pimping was a thing of the past, and that San Diego was a good place to raise children.


Schools have now been forced to cover their windows, because of the pimping, pandering and proud prostitutes peddling their wares to a torrent of out of town Johns and tricks, looking for a fix.


Illicit underage human trafficking and sex solicitation has increased, tenfold, in the concentrated red light district centered by Dalbergia Street, near San Diego’s border with neighboring National City.


While feminists have been silent, except to claim that prostitutes are empowered professional sex workers, getting money, National City's mayor, Ron Morrison, has highlighted how prostitution has become more pronounced, in his town, since SB 357 went into effect.


"Senate Bill 357 … for all intents and purposes, made prostitution legal because what it said is that officers can no longer contact people based on the idea of loitering for the purpose of prostitution. So, it basically tells the police your hands are off," Morrison said.


Christians and conservatives have been leaving California for years now, in droves, moving to places like Texas and the Dakotas, departing what many claim is the decadence of the sunshine state - now a disappointing symbol of the shocking decline of Almighty God's moral standards in the U.S. and the West.







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