I'm having some trouble understanding this, so naturally my first thought was to consult the fine people of 4chan to help me out, but then I remembered that they're all trolls and weirdos, so I came here instead. The headline is "Oxfam workers paid for sex with prostitutes!". However, I don't see what's so scandalous about this. There are variations on the headline that I think WOULD be scandalous, e.g. "Oxfam workers used Oxfam money to pay for prostitutes", or "Oxfam workers coerced women into prostitution", or "Oxfam workers had sex with under-age girls". However, when I read the articles, they say that, well, some of the prostitutes MAY have been under-age, but nobody is sure. This sounds like a post-hoc attempt to justify the outrage rather than anything based on evidence. Especially since that's not the headline they lead with. Prostitution is illegal in Haiti, which may have been a factor, but it's not illegal in the UK, where the scandal broke. Also, the news coverage certainly doesn't approach it from an "Oxfam workers broke local laws!" perspective. Plus I can't imagine an equivalent scenario where the headline is "Oxfam workers smoked marijuana!" even though that would be illegal in both countries. So, are we supposed to be outraged that prostitution exists and that Oxfam workers are normal human beings? What am I missing?