Are there really women who have to worry about a fourth generation becoming prostitutes? How many are there? Are there five, or 2000, or 20 million? Are they in one place - for instance, the Pacific Northwest, where the woman I quoted lives- or are they in some sociological stratum that can be isolated and studied, or are they all in Thailand or the Philippines or Albania? Are there too many or too few, because in either case one need not feel responsible? Too many means it’s too hard to do anything about it; too few means why bother.
— Andrea Dworkin, Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant