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In Cambodia, South Africa and Albania—among other places—violence, poverty and extreme male dominance create a context in which men who pay for sex go uncensured, but the women and girls involved are permanently stigmatized. Dig deeper ( 23 Min. Read )
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The Ken Burns-Lynn Novick documentary fails to grapple with the issue of U.S. culpability. If America is not honest with itself, we will never learn the lessons of the war. Dig deeper ( 10 Min. Read )
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