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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Posted on | April 11, 2017 | 1 Comment

Cordell Jenkins (left) and Anthony Hayes (right).

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and so we continue reporting on cases that feminists don’t want to mention for some reason:

FBI agents arrested two Toledo, Ohio, pastors who are accused of committing sex crimes against children.
WTOL reports that Cordell Jenkins, 46, and Anthony Haynes, 37, were taken into custody at their Toledo homes Friday morning after being accused of knowingly recruiting, enticing, harboring, transporting, providing or obtaining a person under the age of 18 for sex trafficking.
The affidavit charges that Haynes, along with a woman, engaged in sex acts on multiple occasions with a teenage girl—including two separate incidents at two different hotels—and then paid the teen to remain silent. Haynes allegedly then introduced the teenager to other adults—including Jenkins — who also paid the girl to have sex.
Jenkins — who is the founder and pastor of Abundant Life Ministries in Toledo — allegedly had sex with the girl at another hotel and also in his office in an area church. Jenkins also allegedly encouraged the girl to introduce him to one of her friends and then engaged in sex acts with both of them.
The Toledo Blade reports that, according to FBI agents, Jenkins paid the girl between $100 and $300 for each encounter, except for the time with a second girl, when she was paid “approximately $120 to $140” for her participation.

So here we have two pastors exploiting teenage girls as young as 14, and feminists don’t want to mention this case for some reason. This silence is suspicious, when we can imagine the outcry if, for example, Catholic priests or college fraternity boys had committed such crimes. Perhaps readers can contact leading feminists — Jessica Valenti, Amanda Marcotte, Alexandra Brodsky, Dana Bolger, Lori Adelman, Zerlina Maxwell — and ask them why they are so selective in these matters.



One Response to “Sexual Assault Awareness Month”

  1. Sexual Assault Awareness Month | Lunacy is contagious
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