- Pimps prey on society's most marginalized and vulnerable, Hersh says
- Glamorized "pimp culture" whitewashes brutal reality so many girls experience, she says
- The culture change starts with our kids, she says
Lauren Hersh is director of Anti-Trafficking Policy and Advocacy at Sanctuary for Families and a women's rights activist. She previously served as a prosecutor handling cases of gender violence. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)Thirteen-year-old "Ben" stood on the street with his buddies.
Tuesday: 9 p.m. ET and PT / 3 a.m. CET Wednesday / 9 a.m. HKT Wednesday
Wednesday: 7 a.m. ET and PT / 1 p.m. CET or 7 p.m. HKT;
11 a.m. ET and PT / 5 p.m. CET / 11 p.m. HKT;
3 p.m. ET and PT / 9 p.m CET / 3 a.m. HKT Thursday.
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