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The Atlantic debunks the moral panic around the nonexistent child sex trafficking epidemic

If there’s one thing we’ve had enough of, it’s conspiracy theories, and now The Atlantic is looking at how conspiracy theories have sparked a 21st-century moral panic of an imagined epidemic of child sex trafficking. They’re good enough to allow that those raising awareness of this nonexistent problem are well-meaning, at least, but they’re misinformed.

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Also from the pages of The Atlantic:https://twitter.com/Crapplefratz/status/1468996141219987460

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