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Laverne Cox and the Cost of Celebrity

In mid-August, Laverne Cox, arguably the world’s leading trans celebrity, literally lent her voice to a

Somaly Mam, Nicholas Kristof, and the Real Sex Trafficking Story

June 2, 2014

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Kristof’s smarmy, know-it-all, white saviour persona has gained him an audience eager to do good for nameless women and children domestically and internationally. Nicholas Kristof’s collected work on sex trafficking constitutes a masturbatory text, allowing do-gooders everywhere to stroke and erect their unspoken desires about rescuing sad, tormented women.  There’s a pornographic impulse at its heart, a sexual fantasy about dark-skinned women and children being raped by sexual predators on the dirt floors of basements, until the white saviour smashes the door down to save them.  

 

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