“Some people seem willing to argue about what number represents an acceptable level of suffering that society is willing to tolerate,” write Justice Bobbe Bridge, Deborah Boyer, and YouthCare’s CEO, Melinda Givengo in this Seattle Times Op-ed.

“Our answer is none. There is no minimum number of kids who must be exploited for us to demand action, nor do we need a consensus about the average age in which that exploitation first happens. Their suffering is real and that is unacceptable, no matter what.”

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