Do you send your children to college to enter into the sex trade? If you’re the parent of an Oregon State University student, that question isn’t as far-fetched as you think.
Imagine you’re sitting in a diner in Arizona when a wimpy security guard (who looks like he’s never had a date with anything that isn’t inflatable) walks up to a family waiting in line and starts demanding “papers” and proof of identification. The children start crying, the parents are confused and everyone is super uncomfortable. What would you do? The answer is nothing. You would do nothing, because this scenario would never happen, unless you work at ABC.