Source: Faithwire. Fear, isolation, guilt, shame, misplaced loyalty and expert manipulation are among the many factors that may keep a person from seeking help or identifying as a victim even if they are, in fact, being actively trafficked. It is widespread but exact numbers are hard to come by.
Human Trafficking Awareness Month ends in two weeks, but the fight to end it will extend well beyond January. More thanyoung people in the US are considered "at risk" of sexual exploitation.
If a child is loved, cared for, and taken care of, they are much less likely to get lured into sex trafficking. National Human Trafficking Hotline. Myth Human trafficking only happens in illegal or underground industries. Children raised in foster care have a greater chance of becoming victims.
Shocking as these numbers are, they are likely only a fraction of the actual problem. Source: Fox News.
Human trafficking is the form of modern day slavery. Hard to make out the writing, but let's not forget that slavery hasn't ended. Fifty women said in March that they were sexually abused as victims of Backpage, an online sex marketplace that pleaded guilty to the human-trafficking charges.
Seen here is the Orchids of Asia Day Spa. Trafficking is no longer just on the street — it's gone online. Children raised in foster care have a greater chance of becoming victims. Human Trafficking