Where to Find Superbowl Sex

Does the Superbowl make you horny?

The rows of cheerleaders with their massive, throbbing fake pom poms. The vats of urine-flavored Bud Light.  The thick, cheesy dips and snot-colored guac. All those fit men in very tight pants.

It doesn’t get us hot at all, but evidently we’re in the minority.  The Superbowl, as GodBlogger Brad Greenberg writes, means

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on this is Holly, whose star is in our photo.)  Newsweek magazine reported this week that in 2009, Tampa, FL, which hosted the Superbowl that year, was the site of a major sex trafficking ring.  Texas, they say, is second only to California when it comes to sex trafficking.

Traffickers worldwide earn $7 billion to $10 billion each year, according to a 2003 State Department report (“Trafficking in Persons Report”), thereby making human trafficking one of the three largest criminal enterprises, together with drug and arms dealing.

In fiscal year 2003, the U.S. government spent about $91 million on international anti-trafficking programs, according to a 2004 Department of Justice Report.

Traffickers sell slaves to Europe, Israel and, increasingly, to North America. In the United States, human trafficking is a growing problem. In 1999, a report issued by the CIA estimated that 50,000 people are trafficked into the United States a year. But in 2004, when the Department of Justice put that number at between 14,000 and 17,000 a year.

Church groups in Dallas have joined forces with authorities to beat back trafficking.  According to ” title=”Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking. ” target=”_blank”>Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking.

As for actually finding sex in Dallas, we do want to help you.  Our suggestions:

1. Ask someone. Who knows, maybe they’re as drunk, horny and excited as you.  Maybe they’re even MARRIED to you. That would really be hot.

2. Go to the ” title=”Jewish porn” target=”_blank”>Jewish porn—who knew?.  Whatever your race, faith, gender or preference, it’s much, much better than supporting human trafficking.

Go Steelers.