It is estimated that half of the victims human trafficking that are forced, defrauded, or coerced into the sex industry. These are predominantly women and children. They are forced to provide sex for sale through various means such as: pornography, prostitution, escort services, stripping, and many other forms.
The demand for sexual services in the world is a part of a phenomenon of sexual perversity, pederasty, pedophilia, pornography, rape culture, and prostitution. At this point, you may be convinced you do not contribute to sex trafficking.
Perhaps you have checked off in your mind how you do not contribute: I do not buy sex abroad, I do not abuse or buy children, and I do not buy porn. Nevertheless, that may not be all there is to consider as we look at responsibilities to address this.
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