The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) is a United States bill introduced by the Senat.
SESTA (Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers) legislation is meant to crack down on sex trafficking done on the Internet.
Being Topless on the street is definitely a freedom worth enjoying for many women who want to express their beauty, feel the warmth of the summer Sun on their skin and share in the same sorts of rights universally afforded to men of all ages.
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) recently announced that prostitution contributes around £5.3 annually billion to the British economy.
Jan Tipper and Barb Burden were the first gay couple to take advantage of this ground-breaking change in the law. They tied the knot at the Metropolitan community church in Bournemouth, Dorset after the law was passed on the 29 March 2014.