Andi Stange

Political Strategy

Andi Stange is a recent graduate of Seton Hall University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Diplomacy and International Relations, and Modern Languages with a minor and certificate in Russian and Eastern European Studies. Since the age of 14, she has had a passion to combat sex trafficking and in particular, the trafficking of children and minors.

Articles by Andi Stange

It’s 2015, And No Still Does Not Seem To Mean No

More so than ever, we are seeing an increase in sexual violence against women. This is not to say that sexual violence does not happen to men; however, the numbers of violence against women is becoming increasingly alarming. In a recent study by Harvard University, 36 percent of women aged 18-29 years old have had…

Issue: College

How To Set Up Parental Controls on your Android

If you have an Android tablet that happens to run Android OS version 4.2 or above, your device should have the power to quickly switch between different user accounts. The main benefit of this is that you can set up one user account for yourself and another for your children to use. With the release…

Resources: Technology Solutions

How to Set Parental Controls on your Apple Products

In our modern world, children as young as 2 years old have gotten their hands on our phones and iPads but how can we prevent our children from seeing explicit images and other content while we aren’t looking? You can turn on Restrictions, or parental controls, on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can…

Resources: Technology Solutions

Golf Digest Using Sexual Exploitation to Increase Sales

No matter how accomplished a female golfer is in the sport, Golf Digest feels that the only way to display her merits is if they also display her body. The May 2015 shows an accomplished female athlete wearing not much more than a gym towel. This is how Golf Digest portrays women vs. men on…

Issue: Objectification

Men and Boys in Sex Trafficking Overlooked

Key points from three different resources: Males remain a largely invisible population within the dialogue on sex trafficking. According to a 2008 study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, in fact, boys comprised about 50 percent of sexually exploited children in a sample study done in New York, with most being domestic…

Issue: Child Sexual Exploitation