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Sex Trafficking

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angelica slater

on 15 April 2014

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Transcript of Sex Trafficking

We should be more
of this topic, so it can be
Not a Lot of People are
Top 10 Countries for Sex Trafficking:
Trafficking can involve school-aged youth(K-12).
Traffickers may target victims who are minors through social media.
Victims of human trafficking can be children or adults, male or female.
600,000-800,000 humans are trafficked internationally.
As of now, around 21 million people are enslave in human trafficking.
Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery.

The exploitation of women and children, within national or across international boarders for the purpose of forced sex work.

Traffickers can be almost anyone.

Both men and women act as traffickers in sex trafficking operations.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
One overriding belief of trafficking is that the lives of women are expendable.
Trafficking is a

Conclusion Video
Sex Trafficking

Human trafficking generates $9.5 billion yearly just in the United States.
Every 24 seconds a child is trafficked.
The average pimp has 4-6 "sex slaves"
The average age for a child to fall victim to sex trafficking is 13-14 years old.
The average victim may be
forced to have sex
up to 20-48 times a day.
1 in 3 teens will be
lured into trafficking
within 48 hours of leaving home.
Sex Trafficking
can Happen at
1. Many women and children are kidnapped into slavery.

2. Some children are sold to traders by their parents.

3. Some women are married, only to find out it is a sham.

4.Many women apply to foreign jobs, or take vacations over seas.

5.Others respond to job ads offering good pay for manual labor.

is almost
They keep woman
Most women are
in order to prevent them from escaping as well.
Vulnerable to
sexually transmitted diseases
, HIV infections and unwanted pregnancy.
The victims go through many kinds of
abuse and distress
Many victims turn to drugs and alcohol to
numb the pain
What is Sex Trafficking?
Who is a Trafficker?
10. china
6.Sri Lanka
5. India
3. Haiti
2. Brazil
1. Bangladesh
Top 5 Worst States in the U.S.:
5. Delaware
4. New Hampshire
3. North Dakota
2. Utah
1. South Dakota
(because of their minimal efforts to prevent sex trafficking)
Its very hard, if not impossible to escape without rescue.
They're held as prisoners.
Have no contact, and don't know anyone who can help them escape.
If they escape they most often can't return home.
Some commit suicide because of the atrocities they have to perform.
By: Angelica Slater and Juliana Rosas
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