Anthony D, the whole point of my replies was to express disagreement with an article that cited a radical feminist, who wasn’t identified as such by the author. I also expressed concern about a Christian organization using such material as a source, for the reasons shown. I don’t know on what basis you are concluding that the Lord is working through them; I think it’s wrong to presume that anyone can truly know that. I wasn’t declaring anyone guilty of anything. I was arguing with the central point of an article, so maybe you can elaborate on what you meant by “guilt by association”.
Eastern Visayas continues to be a source of women and children being sent to Metro Manila brothels and sweatshops. Department of Social Welfare and Development officials said the number of human trafficking cases was increasing.  Leticia Corillo, DSWD regional director stated that the victims were mostly children and women.  Seventy percent are aged from 13 to 17 years old.  A DSWD report, said the Waray towns of Paranas and Jiabong and Calbayog City in Samar province and Mapanas and Las Navas in Northern Samar are considered as human trafficking “hotspots."