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South-Korea-Sex-Trafficking-Advantage-Answers---Samford

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Samford Debate Institute 2010 Sex Trafficking Advantage Grayson/Lewis/Ard South Korea Sex Trafficking Advantage 1AC Sex Trafficking Advantage ...................................................................................................................................................... 1 US troops in SK=trafficking now ..................................................................................................................................................... 3 Sex Trafficking Advantage- Disease Impacts ................................................................................................................................... 4 Diseases cause extinction ................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Moral Obligation Good 1/3 .............................................................................................................................................................. 6 Moral Obligation Good 2/3 .............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Moral Obligation Good 3/3 .............................................................................................................................................................. 8 EXT – Rights Outweigh ................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Policymaking bad ........................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Utilitarianism Fails 1/3 ................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Utilitarianism Fails 2/3 ................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Utilitarianism Fails 3/3 ................................................................................................................................................................... 13 1AC Sex Trafficking Advantage US troops in South Korea are committing acts of sex trafficking and prostitution 1
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Samford Debate Institute 2010 Sex Trafficking Advantage Grayson/Lewis/Ard Kloer ’ 10 (Sex Trafficking High Around U.S. Military Bases Abroad by Amanda Kloer February 09, 2010- Amanda Kloer has been a full-time abolitionist for six years. She currently develops trainings and educational materials for civil attorneys representing victims of human trafficking and gender-based violence.) Serving in the United States military is about honor, dignity, and strength. So it makes sense that the U.S. military would make visiting brothels and having sex with women and kids forced into a prostitution a big no-no for American soldiers, right? On paper, establishments that sell sex are off-limits for men (and women) in uniform. But in practice, sex trafficking flourishes near U.S. military bases. Should U.S. soldiers be abusing people in another country while protecting people in this one? Of all the countries where an American military presence attracts prostitution, both voluntary and forced, South Korea may feel the effects most acutely. U.S. troops have been stationed in South Korea since 1945, and the brothels around the U.S. military bases have been there just as long . In 2004, the Pentagon drafted a policy to reduce the sex trafficking growing wherever American soldiers, sailors, and airmen were stationed, with specific attention to South Korea. Under that policy, military personnel caught visiting a brothel or "massage parlour" could be subject to court martial. However, there is very little information available about how often that sanction is enforced. There is evidence , however, that the policy has not worked in reducing demand for prostitution, evidenced by the continuing high levels of prostitution and human trafficking near U.S. military bases. The U.S. military has finally begun to make some clubs and bars known to traffic women or sell children off- limits to service members, but one report indicates that only 4 out of 25 such places in the area have been listed as off-limits. The South Korean government, too, has been cracking down on sex trafficking in the past few years. However, the areas surrounding the U.S. military base have been exempted from the crackdown by the Korean government. So brothels around U.S. military bases are falling through the cracks of both U.S. government and Korean government policy.
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