Thursday, August 09, 2012

Dambisa Moyo Husband Somaly Mam Arab Sex

There's been a lot of media coverage over the last 48 hours regarding Google: some find this bit of new G-technology "frightening" while others manage to stay "off the grid."

Search Terms that oft appear in my stats include those curious souls longing to see photos or gather spousal information relating to economist Dambisa Moyo and human rights advocate Somaly Mam.I don't think any photos like the ones you are looking for exist, and if they do, they have not yet made it to the internet. Why are you so curious?

Somaly Mam and Pierre Legros co-founded AFESIP (www.afesip.org) in the mid 1990s to combat human trafficking and advocate against trafficking of children and women for purposes of sexual slavery. Ms. Mam is herself a former trafficking victim. Mr. Legros' and Ms. Mam's organization has evolved into one of the leading—and most courageous—anti-trafficking NGOs in Southeast Asia. AFESIP operates five centers in Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. As for Mr. Legros, could this be the same fellow?

Far as I can tell, the two were or are married... I'm not certain of the marital status of Ms. Moyo.

Additionally, the term "arab sex" is a regular draw, 99% of the inquiries arrive via proxy connections (trying to hide the actual point of origin) like you see in the screengrab below:

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