Arizona Submits Bid for 2015 Super Bowl. Again, Bring on the Underage Hookers!

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National Football League officials will receive Arizona's official bid to host the 2015 Super Bowl today, which -- as we noted in April -- means one thing: thousands and thousands of underage hookers will invade the state to cash in on the testosterone of Super Bowl weekend -- at least that's what self-righteous religious advocacy groups will probably lead you to believe in the weeks before the big game.

The myth of Super Bowl cities being havens for hookers during the weeks leading up to the game was proven false by the Dallas Observer -- a sister paper of New Times -- a few weeks after the Green Bay Packers beat up on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, and the 100,000-plus hookers -- 38,000 of which were billed as underage -- Christian right groups promised would invade the Big D never showed up.

In reality, authorities in Dallas netted a total of 105 prostitution arrests metrowide during Super Bowl weekend, the majority of whom were "local talent" well-known by the cops. Only two of the hookers arrested were underage -- and they were both from Texas.

Check out the Observer story here.

In some of our own research of the Super Bowl/hooker invasion myth, we spoke to Phoenix police Sergeant Trent Crump, who told us that when the Super Bowl was in Glendale in 2008, his department didn't see the dramatic increase in prostitution arrests promised by the religious right. In fact, only 117 people were arrested Valley-wide during local law enforcement's Super Bowl hooker crackdown, none of whom were underage or related to human trafficking.

So bad news would-be Johns: if the Super Bowl comes to town in 2015, the hookers won't be showing up. Rhetoric from the religious right, however, probably will.


Arizona is one of two finalist cities for the game -- Tampa, Florida, is the other. According to the Arizona Republic, NFL team owners will make a decision by October.   


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watson99123
watson99123

According to the media hype There was supposed to be hundreds of thousands of under age child sex slaves kidnapped and forced to have sex with super bowl fans. At the Dallas Super Bowl 2011. WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL OF THEM???????????? It was all a big lie told by Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, government officials, and various anti-prostitution groups: Traffick911, Not for Sale, Change-org A Future Not A Past, Polaris Project, Salvation Army, Women’s Funding Network, and the Dallas Women’s Foundation, which are anti-prostitution groups that tell lies in order to get grant money from the government and charities to pay their high salaries, and get huge amounts of money into their organizations. As proved in the link below: Top FBI agent in Dallas (Robert Casey Jr.) sees no evidence of expected spike in child sex trafficking: “Among those preparations was an initiative to prevent an expected rise in sex trafficking and child prostitution surrounding the Super Bowl. But Robert Casey Jr., special agent in charge of the FBI’s Dallas office, said he saw no evidence that the increase would happen, nor that it did. “In my opinion, the Super Bowl does not create a spike in those crimes,” he said. “The discussion gets very vague and general. People mixed up child prostitution with the term human trafficking, which are different things, and then there is just plain old prostitution.” http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/super-bowl/local/20110302-top-fbi-agent-in-dallas-praises-super-bowl-security-effort-sees-no-evidence-of-expected-spike-in-child-sex-trafficking.ece This myth of thousands or millions of underage sex slaves tries to make every sports fan a sex criminal. No matter what the sport is, or in what country it is in. Brian McCarthy isn't happy. He's a spokesman for the NFL. Every year he's forced to hear why his customers are adulterers and child molesters. Brian McCarthy says the sport/super bowl sex slave story is a urban legend, with no truth at all. Here are some good websites about this: http://bebopper76.wordpress.com http://sextraffickingfacts.wordpress.com/ http://sextraffickingvictims.blog.com http://www.lauraagustin.com/ http://sextraffickingtruths.blogspot.com/

WhoKnows
WhoKnows

Has Pearce requested his free tickets (and hookers) yet?

Zona
Zona

There is no wat this racist state will get  the super bowl again....now with Brewers legacy.  At least I hope not.  It would be like rewarding this city for its horrible racist acts.  Between brewer aned Joe...hell, I hope no one comes here to spend money.

Mistalee
Mistalee

The New Times sure is avid to minimize or dismiss the problem of child prostitution. First they attack Ashton Kutcher for OPPOSING child sex trafficking, and now this. What's the deal, are Lacey and Larkin boinking twelve-year-olds? Making side money as kiddie-pimps? What?

shadeaux14
shadeaux14

It will still be a "boom" weekend for domestic violence shelters. And that ain't no myth.

canaryguy
canaryguy

New Times is merely exposing liars and those who serve them.  And they don't use ad hominem attacks to accomplish their goals.  (Hint, hint -- Mistalee)

canaryguy
canaryguy

The Superbowl domestic violence myth is another debunked lie from feminists.

Mistalee
Mistalee

 "And they don't use ad hominem attacks to accomplish their goals."

You mean, like calling people they disagree with "liars?"

canaryguy
canaryguy

It isn't an ad hominem attack to call someone a liar when they are a liar -- it is a statement of fact!

New Times shined the light on feminist liars and the dups that serve them.  I don't have a problem with that at all.

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