Dallas Observer News
Jan 27, 2011
The Super Bowl Prostitute Myth: 100,000 Hookers Won’t Be Showing Up in Dallas
By Pete Kotz
The alarm bells reached peak decibel in November, when Dallas Police Sergeant Louis Felini told the The Dallas Morning News that between 50,000 and 100,000 prostitutes could descend on the metroplex for the Super Bowl. The call to outrage had sounded.
His estimate was astonishing. At the higher figure, it meant that every man, woman and child holding a ticket would have their own personal hooker, from the vice presidential wing of FedEx to Little Timmy from Green Bay.
And if you believed a study commissioned by the Dallas Women’s Foundation, the hordes would include 38,000 underage prostitutes. Doe-eyed beauties from the Heartland would be peddled like Jell-O shots at the Delta Phi soiree….(Full Story)
From the article:
“This is urban legend that is pure pulp fiction,” the NFL’s McCarthy says. “I would refer you to your local law enforcement officials.”
So that’s what we did….
After you read what they found, you will never again fall for something like the Super-Bowl-Prostitute hoax.
Just in case you feel that a single compilation of evidence that is contrary to anything feminist propaganda ever wanted to indoctrinate people with in regard to sex slaves, prostitution and related horrors is not sufficient to make you change your mind and that your mind is so firmly made up on this that no facts like that will change it, then have a look at some other sources of information that bears out what the Dallas Observer found: