“The sexual revolution has led to exploitation of women on a scale that we would never have imagined, never have imagined,” Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley told pastors in Kansas City in December. The Star this week obtained audio of his speech.
“The sexual revolution has led to exploitation of women on a scale that we would never have imagined, never have imagined,” Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley told pastors in Kansas City in December. The Star this week obtained audio of his speech. File photo
“The sexual revolution has led to exploitation of women on a scale that we would never have imagined, never have imagined,” Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley told pastors in Kansas City in December. The Star this week obtained audio of his speech. File photo
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