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Are the bumfights portrayed in the film series "Bumfights" actually a warped form of human trafficking?

  • Yes, it is.

    Bum fights are exploitative towards people who need some of the most protection in our society. Many of them have mental disorders and are not very good at making sound judgments. Also, it might be something that they begrudgingly feel they have to do for some money. It is horrible to put these people who are already so comprimised in such a dehumanizing situation.

  • They exploit people.

    Yes, the Bumfights portrayed in the film series Bumfights is a warped form of human trafficking, because it is a way of forcing people to do things that they don't want to do. They coerce people, even if they think they are agreeing to it, in order to do things that are extremely dangerous for them.

  • Not human trafficking

    This whole phenomenon is extremely wrong and is not beneficial to anyone. I think that it is repulsive and it should be allowed in the country. However, I do not think that it is human trafficking. This to me means that people are being sold, and that is not true.

  • The bumfights portrayed in the film series "Bumfights" are not actually a warped form of human trafficking.

    The bumfights portrayed in the film series "Bumfights" are not actually a warped form of human trafficking. In the movie, no humans were ever moved or enslaved as human trafficking usually means. Bumfights was not a good movie and people that have not watched it yet should save their money.

  • Bumfights are not a form of human trafficking.

    Although the film series "Bumfights" are tasteless and offensive, they are not a form of human trafficking. No humans are transported or enslaved. These films are legal since they involve consensual behavior between adults. Reasonable audiences, however, should boycott these films because they are clearly use a loop hole in the legal system. They should be illegal, even though they are not.


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