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Prof. Kenneth Ng speaks, defends controversial website

Contributor

October 5, 2010

Kenneth Ng associate professor BigBabyKenny.com was never a site about or promoting “sex tourism.” These sex tours, mainly organized for Chinese and Japanese men seeking commercial sex, were never mentioned, discussed, or promoted on BigBabyKenny.com. Instead, BigBabyKenny.com was about discus...

CSUN confronts moral dilemma: Ng’s unhidden agenda displayed on the web

Alexandra Brell

April 28, 2010

This past weekend, CSUN econ professor Kenneth Ng “reluctantly” removed information about Thailand’s sex tourism from his personal website, www.BigBabyKenny.com. Ng’s website is his outlet for promoting “no hidden agenda, no censorship, no bullsh*t.” Ng feels he is a resource for general...

CSUN confronts moral dilemma: Practice human rights and human decency

Susan Murray

April 26, 2010

Last week the CSUN community was shocked by the news that an economics professor was running his own website about sex-tourism in Thailand. This week we are discussing the issue and welcome your input. Go to www.sundial.csun.edu to comment or e-mail your response to opinion@sundial.csun.edu. As a woman,...

CSUN professor removes Thailand sex tourism content from website after community indignation

Krista Daly and Kimberly Krieger

April 25, 2010

Under pressure from the CSUN community, tenured economics professor Kenneth Ng removed content from his website that focused on sex-tourism in Thailand. Provost Harry Hellenbrand released a statement Friday saying that Ng, after considering the “deleterious effect it had on the university’s...

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