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Pornography and the link to Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking presentation for Spokane, WA
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The Demand Human Trafficking Internationally Sex Trafficking Labor Trafficking Victim Statistics in the U.S. Commerce in human beings is the fastest growing criminal activity in the world.* Commercial sex act induced by force, fraud or coercion, or in which person performing the act is under age 18. $32 Billion Global Industry* What is Human Trafficking? Children under the age of 18 now constitute the largest group of trafficking victims in the United States.* In the US, the media has bred a culture of tolerance in regards to the sex industry. Since 1997, the number of child pornography images on the Internet has increased by 1,500 percent.*

55% of child Internet porn originates from the USA.* What's being done about it? What can you do? Be the voice for the voiceless. Be the change in your generation. Many urban areas are considered an entry point for
underage prostitution. Human Trafficking isn't happening in my city! “To empower the local Church to serve the most vulnerable” How are victims trafficked? Economics of Slavery 1) Demand Fraud Coercion Force Promote and buy products that use slave-free labor *Shared Hope *Shared Hope Myths vs. Facts Myth: The human trafficking industry is small and very few people participate in it. Fact: Myth: *Shared Hope *Washington State Attorney General, Rob McKenna *National Association of Attorneys General National Trafficking Hotline Number 1-888-3737-888 http://free2work.org Our mission statement: Myth: Prostitution is the world's oldest profession. It has always been here and always will. Fact: Prostitution is gender based discrimination and steals children's lives. It is believed that of new victims enslaved in our country, most are brought in to supply the on-going demand for the commercialized sex industry in this country. Shaniya Davis
Age 5 2) Reusable resource 3) Risk vs. Benefit Trafficking Victims Protection
Reauthorization Act Expired on Oct. 1, 2011
Stalled in committee
If not passed before Dec. 31, 2012, programs to serve victims could loss funding in 2013. Let your voice be heard! Go to www.passTVPRAnow.org http://worldreliefspokane.org/anti-trafficking And the link to Human Trafficking A study that interviewed 70 male sexual buyers in the UK reported that:

average age: 35 (range 23-61)
55.7% of the men were married
10% were living with a partner at the time of their sexual purchase.
an average of 10.7 paid sexual experiences over the last 12 months, involving an average of 5.7 different prostituted women

McKeganey, N. (1994). Why do men buy sex and what are their assessments of the HIV-related risks when they do?. AIDS Care, 6(3), 289-301. The Sex Buyer "The worthlessness of women as human beings is entirely clear when it is understood that pornography is a form of mass entertainment . . . . Pornography is the prostitution of the women in it, and it is a metaphysical definition of all women as whores by nature; so it is also the terror of being born to be used, traded, and sold. The substance of this terror—its details, its ambiance—is the pleasure, is the entertainment, for the men who watch. It is hard to imagine how much they hate us. " (Dworkin, 1993, p. 181) Pornography as Prostitution PORNOGRAPHY Sexual fantasy is “rehearsal for relationships” … If you image others as mere instruments of your gratification, you are literally “rehearsing” exploitative patterns of behavior towards others. The more you picture yourself either using others, or being used, the more such encounters will feel familiar and “normal.”



(Ferder & Heagle, Tender Fires, 2002) Pornography is the training manual for sex buyers. The Truth about Sex Trafficking Pornography is prostitution for mass consumption. Pornography equals prostitution. The Truth about Sex Trafficking The success of the commercial sex industry and sex trafficking industries hinges on a consumer—the male sex buyer. The Truth about Sex Trafficking . Malarek, Victor. The Johns: Sex for Sale and the Men Who Buy It. New York: Arcade Pub., 2009.
“Guys urinating and defecating on women; women with animals; men torturing and raping women… I’ve seen it all, and so have a lot of my friends. We started off right away with hardcore. It’s right there always in your face when you go to a lot of these movie download sites on the Internet.”

—Jason, Age 14, Toronto, Canada Conditioning the Future Generation Rohrer, F. (2008). “The Men Who Sleep with Prostitutes.” BBC News Magazine. Having visited prostitutes for 18 months, Pete says he was attracted while surfing on the Internet. “I’ve been leading up to it; using pornography and looking at various websites. Rather than being a fantasy it was someone you could have sex with. Illustration Prostitution for Mass Consumption “But hard-core pornography is real sex by definition, and the two sexual acts involved—the on-camera copulation, and the masturbation it enables—are interdependent: neither would happen without the other.

The whole point of a centerfold is her unattainability, but with hard-core porn, it’s precisely the reverse: the star isn’t just attainable, she’s already being attained, and the user gets to be in on the action.” Douthat, Ross. "Is Pornography Adultery? - Magazine - The Atlantic." The Atlantic. Oct. 2008. Web. 29 Nov. 2011. Farley, M. (2007). “Renting an Organ for Ten Minutes: What Tricks Tell Us about Prostitution, Pornography, and Trafficking Interviews with 854 women in prostitution in 9 countries . . . made it clear that pornography is integral to prostitution. In 9 countries, almost half (49%) told us that pornography was made of them while they were in prostitution. Forty-seven percent of our respondents were upset by tricks’ attempts to make them do what the tricks had previously seen in pornography. The average age of entry into prostitution in the U.S. is 13.* Thus it is likely that many prostituting adult females were once child victims. The Truth about Sex Trafficking Sixty to 70 percent of the women in prostitution in their sex industry are not citizens of the Netherlands or other EU countries.

In one study, 79 percent of women in prostitution gave an indication that they were in prostitution due to some degree of force. Source: Dr. Donna M. Hughes. The Corruption of Civil Society. The Netherlands is a major destination country in Western Europe, with 2000 brothels and numerous escort services, using an estimated 30,000 women. Illustration: The Netherlands Join the local Coalition! The Coalition to Abolish Human Trafficking in the Inland Northwest To abolish slavery by collaborating with local organizations and individuals, educating our community, addressing the demand, and providing services to victims of human trafficking. Meets 1st Monday of each month at 4:00 pm
at the World Relief office meeting room. Ted Bundy The case of Gary Ridgway, also known as the Green River killer, provides insight into why prostituting persons are so vulnerable to homicide. Ridgway is considered America’s most prolific serial killer; he confessed to murdering more than 60 women and girls (most of whom where 22-years-old or younger) in a 20-year time span.
(Levi-Minzi & Shields, 2007; Merrill, 2003).
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