Articles from "Sex Trafficking"
If you hate the idea of sex trafficking, if it is shocking and horrible to you, then consider what millions of people consume around the world every day.
UPS announced it would train its delivery drivers to detect signs of trafficking, equipping a total of more than 130,000 drivers and supervisors nationwide to report exploitation.
Instead of offering the normal therapeutic massage services, the report details how the illegitimate parlors offer a variety of sexual favors, for a price—everything up to full on intercourse is offered.
Around the US, researchers are focusing on the issue of sex trafficking and doing their best to raise awareness to both educators and students.
At least 40 women are suing Mindgeek for allegedly knowingly profiting from images and videos of their sex trafficking nightmares and failing to properly moderate sites owned by Mindgeek for the abusive videos.
“Sex traffickers are motivated by one thing,” Dr. Shively said. “They are trying to make money. It’s a market, a business, and the commodity is people. You only generate the supply—the people—if there is demand, and without demand, there is no motivation whatsoever to come up with that supply.”
Some claim that masks obscure the distressed facial expressions of victims, but it’s important to remember that most victims are psychologically manipulated by their traffickers, so they may not appear to be in distress.
The issue of sex trafficking is not a myth, but there are myths about sex trafficking. If you want to get as involved as you can in helping rescue victims and advocate for survivors, start with factual information that is supported by anti-trafficking experts and survivor-led organizations.
It’s harder than ever to deny that pornography use, given its addictive, misogynistic, and violent nature, has a range of negative impacts on consumers.
To better understand traffickers and how they commit the crime of trafficking through “force, fraud, or coercion,” we returned to an expert researcher on the subject.
Even if porn could be exploitation-free, this wouldn’t cancel out the research proving porn’s harmful effects nor the issues with what porn glorifies.