MO Dem Approved Public Funding for Obscene, Sex-Driven Forum

Washington Free Beacon | 10/31/2019 | Collin Anderson
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Missouri Democrat Nicole Galloway helped steer a $375,000 taxpayer-funded investment to a sex-driven online forum that markets itself to 13-year-olds.

Galloway, currently the state auditor, is challenging Missouri governor Mike Parson (R.) in 2020.

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Before serving as auditor, she was a member of the Missouri Technology Corporation's (MTC) investment committee, which helps allocate state funds to local startups. As MTC treasurer, Galloway recommended that the board approve $375,000 in public funding for the online forum GirlsAskGuys, according to investment committee documents. Founded in 2008, the St. Louis-based start-up is described as "a platform that allows men and women to ask questions about relationships and dating to members of the opposite sex."

Prior to the investment, the site produced original content, including man-on-the-street interviews where passersby where asked about their "preferred cuddle to sex ratio," which three people they would like to "cuddle with, bang, and marry," and if there are "any sex positions that are off limits for [them]." User-submitted questions that can now be found on the forum include, "Guys, can you usually tell the difference between a cheap hoe and an expensive hoe?"; "Are you into kinky sex?"; and "Why do fat girls think they're sexually the s***?"

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The website's minimum user age is just 13 years old, and the site regularly features erotic advertisements.

Though much of the forum's content is sexual in nature, the site also serves as a discussion forum for other topics, including "Canadians, why do so many still stand with Justin Trudeau?"; "Women are Patriarchal too"; and "Feminism: An Ideology Full Of Contradictions."

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The MTC did not return a request for comment about its investment in the site and its vetting process.

Galloway currently serves as Missouri's chief fiscal regulator and is hoping to take back the governor's...
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