Unfortunately, it’s also a popular event for America’s human sex trafficking industry.
It’s a myth that the Super Bowl is the country’s largest annual sex-trafficking event.
Every sports championship, convention or city where men with money go in large numbers attracts professional sellers of illegal sex from around the country.
But there’s no doubt that thousands of them have flocked to Atlanta for Sunday’s Rams-Patriots matchup.
Federal agents have already reported arresting 33 people this week on charges of sex trafficking, which often involves underaged girls and boys who’ve been forced into prostitution.
But Atlanta is no stranger to the illegal sex-trafficking trade. Like Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego, it has been a center of human sex trafficking activity for years.
The statistics on human sex trafficking are not …