HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND PROSTITUTION
Commercial exploitation of women and children within National or across International borders, for the purpose of Slavery or Forced Sex works. Human Trafficking and Prostitution includes pornography, prostitution and sex trafficking of girls, women in exchange for goods and money
More than 800,000 women and children are trafficked across international borders every year.
This calculation doesn't involve the count of women and girls sold and purchased within the country
Adult women contribute to the largest group of sex trafficking, followed by small aged girls. Although a small percentage of men and boys are also trafficked into the sex industry as well.
Sexual practices are Openly done at “Red Alert Lanes and Areas” while some are supplied to their customers Privately at public and private locations such as massage parlours, spas, and strip clubs.
The migration patterns of Human trafficking follows East to West direction. And else trafficked to International Countries for slavery and sex-related entertainment purposes.
Sex trafficking along with kidnapping, rape, prostitution and physical abuse is illegal and banned in nearly every country. But, if still, this criminal organization is persistently developing and elaborating is only because of widespread corruption and greed. Though national and international institutions attempt to regulate anti-trafficking legislation, local government and police forces may, in fact, be participating in sex trafficking groups.
According to United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Asia has the greatest number of traffickers, followed by Central and Southeastern Europe and then Western Europe.
HOW THE VICTIMS TRAFFICKED???
Women and girls are pushed in sex trafficking in a variety of ways. Some are misguided with offers of legal work as shop assistants or waitresses. Others are promised marriage, educational opportunities, and a better life. Still, others are sold into trafficking by boyfriends, friends, husbands, neighbours or even parents.
Trafficking victims often pass among multiple traffickers, moving further and further from their home countries. Women often travel through multiple countries and taken to an unknown place so that they couldn't get back to their home.
Victims are often kept in captivity and also trapped in debt bondage.
Human trafficking victims experience various stages of physical and psychological torture. Victims are often deprived of food and sleep, are unable to move about freely, and are physically tortured.
Often, before servicing clients, women are forcibly raped by the traffickers themselves, in order to initiate the cycle of abuse and degradation.
Due to such misuses, these sex slaves are vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection, and unwanted pregnancy.
What is the impact of sex trafficking?
Trafficking has a horrifying effect on the mental, emotional and physical well being of the women and girls. Beyond the physical abuse by multiple unknown buyers, trafficked women suffer extreme emotional stress, including shame, grief, fear, distrust and suicidal thoughts. Victims often experience post-traumatic stress disorder, and with that, acute anxiety, depression, restlessness, and insomnia. Many victims turn to drugs and alcohol to numb the pain.
MEASURES TAKEN BY GOVERNMENT TO UPLIFT TRAFFICKED SEXUAL SLAVES-
Various NGO's are raising their helping hands to rehabilitate such innocent human trafficked and prostitutes all over the Nation.
Soroptimist's project—provides women who are heads of households with the resources they need to improve their education, skills and employment prospects. By helping women to receive skill and resource training, Soroptimist provides trafficking and potential trafficking victims with economic options.
Soroptimist club in the Philippines supports a shelter for abused women and girls escaping from sex trafficking; a club in California held a conference in support of the Western Regional Task Force to Stop Human Trafficking and a club in Chicago has held several educational events related to trafficking.
Soroptimist's Disaster Relief Fund provides financial assistance to regions affected by natural disasters or acts of war, with special attention paid to services benefiting women and girls. Women and girls affected by disasters are often vulnerable to traffickers.
NO ONE EVER WISH TO BECOME PROSTITUTE OR SEX SLAVE, ITS FORCED OVER THEM FOR OUR OWN DESIRES BY TRAFFICKERS