The White Slave Act of 2000 Amendments 2016

In the 16 years that the White Slave Act has been effect, several issues have come up.  In 2016 Congress passed a series of amendments to the act.  The following are the “plain text” versions of the amendments.  Of course the actual amendments are written in lawyer speak…

  • A “Mistress” class of persons is created.
    • Federal level “Mistress” are immune to conversion by any means other than a federal court order.
    • States may establish the level of training or requirement to be a Mistress, with approval of the federal Department of Justice.
    • States may require a federal slaver’s warrant as a minimum for qualification as Mistress.
    • Mistress are allowed to bid in slave auctions, but may not buy or sell a slave with out a license in any other situation.
  • A “hunter” class warrant has been created.
    • Hunter warrants have a start up cost of $200,000 and a yearly fee of $50,000.
    • A hunter warrant allow the holder to take any free female, other than a Mistress, that is
    • Fully nude on public property.
    • In bondage out side of a building, even if it private property.
    • On request of the owner or shift manager of establishment that serves food or alcohol that has a state level license for on site conversions.  The establishment may not have a hunter on staff or in a habitual relationship.
    • In all cases the hunter or any of it’s associates may not be the person that created the conversion level event. The hunter may be notified by any one other than their associates of a female in a conversion level state.
  • State level slaver’s warrants are created.
    • A state level slaver’s warrant is for transactions that would not be classed as interstate commerce by the federal government.
    • Slaves created this way are classified a free women in any other state.
    • Killing a state level slave is a federal offense.
  • Person of Personal Contacts are defined.
    • States may not expand the Person of Personal Contacts requirements with out the approval of the federal Department of Justice.
    • Person of Personal Contact is expanded to include any penetration of any orifice 3 times in the last 30 days.
    • Person of Personal Contact includes free females that have penetrated the prospective slave in any orifice with a strap on device.  Hand held devices are not considered for conversion reasons.
    • Penetration while the prospective slave is in any sort of bondage does not count for conversion reasons.
    • A photo or other proof of a “facial” is assumed to be proof of one act of penetration.
    • The “Item of Value” minimum value has been raised to $25.
  • Contracts that include an conversion clause are explicitly recognized as a means of conversion.
    • Daughters of the defaulting person may not be converted unless otherwise approved by this act.
    • Wives can be converted if the husband defaults on a contract.
    • Officers of corporation at the “Chief” level or members of the board can be converted if the corporation is found guilty in a court of law or is found to be in default on a contract.  If the officer or member of the board is male, his wife or daughters of legal age may be converted as a penalty.  Slaves of the officer or member of the board may be seized as a penalty.
  • Schools that have students of legal age may convert female students if a total of 5 violations of school the school’s code of conduct has been recorded with the state and the conversion is approved by a neutral board.
  • Females whose families have identified or who have self identified as African American or Native Americans consistently in any federal level data base (Social Security, Census, etc) in the previous 30 years may register as “other than white” and be immune to conversion.
    • Registering as “other than white” shall have no other effect on the registering female.  Violation of this can result in a federal civil rights case being filed.
  • Cannabis is explicitly excluded from a drug screen of a volunteer or a male seeking conversation under either person of personal contact or family grounds.
    • It is forbidden to convert a volunteer who is over the state intoxication by alcohol minimum for DWI.
  • The federal tax on conversion is changed to a flat rate of $500 regardless of the value of the conversion.
    • The federal tax on a volunteer is set at $300.
    • The federal tax on a transfer of a slave is set at $250.  This includes a family or spousal conversion where the slave’s ownership is given to the requesting person.
    • The “snuff tax” is repealed.
  • Level of force used to restrain a prospective slave.
    • Once a conversion has been requested via any means, the person making the request my place the prospective slave in any sort of confinement or bondage.
    • A holder of a slaver’s warrant may use any level of non force to subdue a prospective slave before she is validated as a legal conversion.
    • If it is later shown that the prospective slave can not be legally converted she may not file any sort of criminal or civil lawsuit based on these actions.
  • Other changes or clarifications.
    • A female is considered to be a wife for conversion reasons as soon as a marriage license is issued.
    • Crossing a state line for conversion of a minor, even of legal age, is a violation of the Mann act.