The name for our program came to us while talking to a group of college students about the issue of rape. One brave young man asked the question: “where is the line anyway?”
That single remark caused us all to seriously consider:
Where Is the line? :
When she says NO.
When a defenseless child is sexually abused.
When there is violence in a relationship.
When the FBI has determined that “the sexual exploitation of children is the third largest moneymaker for organized crime behind guns and drugs.”
When in Pattaya, a city in Thailand, 25% of the population is involved in sex trafficking.
When do we need to draw the line? -NOW-
* “Hidden in Plain View: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Girls in Atlanta” (Prieve, Alexandra and Suhr, Cristen) ** “Factbook on Global Sexual Exploitation: Thailand” (Hughes, Sporcic, Mendelsohn, Chirgwin)