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(Feehs & Wheeler, 2021)
According to a report of prosecuted sex trafficking cases in the U.S., the majority of coercive tactics used by traffickers (59%) were non-physical, compared to 41% of tactics involving physical coercion.
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  • Feehs, K., & Wheeler, A. C. (2021). 2020 federal human trafficking report. Human Trafficking Institute. Retrieved from https://www.traffickinginstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2020-Federal-Human-Trafficking-Report-Low-Res.pdf
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Fast Fact #70
(Foubert & Bridges, 2017; Foubert, Brosi, & Bannon, 2011)
Research suggests that frequent porn consumers are less likely to intervene during a sexual assault.
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Fast Fact #102
(Rothman, Kaczmarsky, Burke, Jansen, & Baughman, 2015)
Qualitative research reveals that young women often feel pressured to play out the “scripts” their male partners had learned from porn —they feel badgered into having sex in uncomfortable positions, faking sexual responses, and consenting to unpleasant or painful acts.
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Fast Fact #88