When Ronda Rousey earned a place on the 2008 Beijing Olympic judo team, she decided to use her newfound notoriety to make a statement.In a Judo post, Rousey lit into the USA Judo governing body for what she considered its apathy toward Fletcher Thornton, an official who had been accused by several female athletes of plying them with drugs and alcohol and molesting them while they were in their teens.This is playing with the safety and careers of our athletes.How is this man still allowed to be in the same VENUE of our athletes let alone protected by USA Judo and kept in an extremely influential position?Why has BJJ become so popular, with so much dedication from its students, who so often describe the experience as uniquely addictive?BJJ offers many unique experiences which trigger rich, subtle and fulfilling psychological changes in its students, changes which promote positive transformation, and keep people coming back to the mats.Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, commonly called BJJ, is one of the fastest growing martial arts in the world.
The fact that a girl in this city is presented in much the same way as a burger in a fast-food joint is somewhat disturbing to me.
[…]Prostitution, regardless of legal status, also tends to bring crime into an area.
Legalizing prostitution doesn’t actually diminish sex slavery — in fact, it expands the market and attracts traffickers.
SINGAPORE: An American MMA instructor was jailed four years on Thursday (Mar 2) for having sex with two 15-year-old girls and filming the acts for his own “perverse pleasure”.
When Joshua Robinson’s apartment was raided, officers seized 5,902 obscene films, including 321 films of child pornography.
Legalizing prostitution meant sex workers could seek protection against abusive johns, render the illegal sex slave trade unnecessary, regulate the industry so prostitutes can work safely, de-stigmatize sex workers, and allow people the freedom to choose whatever work they want to do, right?