The global issue of sex trafficking will take a global community of Fighters to join together and stop the demand for exploitation.
Articles From "Sex Trafficking"
The perception of what trafficking victims look like can often jump to mind: young, foreign, female. There are many victims of trafficking like her, but she’s not the only one. Men and boys can be trafficked, too.
Unfortunately, there are many in society that are blind to the link between porn and sex trafficking. During National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, we’re setting the record straight.
While many people claim to be opposed to human sex trafficking, what many don’t know is that the demand for human sex trafficking is fueled by pornography and the porn industry.
Regardless of where you stand on the case of Cyntoia Brown, understand that sexual exploitation and sex trafficking happens to underage teens and children across the U.S. every day.
Each of the 72 buses represented 50 children in Georgia who are sold into sex slavery each year for a total of 3,600, according to the organization putting on the event.
Ashton Kutcher, Carrie Underwood, Emma Thompson—when stars use their public platforms to give visibility to the realities of sex trafficking, people start paying attention.
If someone is forced, manipulated into, or threatened into performing any sexual act in exchange for money, safety, or to evade punishment, this is sex trafficking. It can be situational—it doesn’t have to be a lifestyle.
“Teen” porn has ranked within the top ten genre searches in the last 8 years or so, making it clear how porn consumers’ tastes are collectively evolving. Sometimes, tastes can escalate in the direction of child exploitation.
It’s no secret that porn has become mainstream entertainment in our society. But just how popular is it? And who, exactly, is watching?
Every January during #HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth, In-N-Out Burger encourages customers to donate to their nonprofit organization Slave2Nothing and help fight sexual exploitation.
“Porn kills love.” Ever heard that phrase? It’s not just a catchy slogan, there’s real scientific evidence to suggest that porn can drive apart partners in a relationship and introduce toxic comparison, normalization, and fetishization of abuse in relationships. Does that sound sexy to you?