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In many cases, those who have been exploited believe that they are offenders, Woolf told me.“They fear law enforcement…because they’re technically committing a crime and that is prostitution,” he said.The Department of Homeland Security defines human trafficking as a “modern-day form of slavery involving the illegal trade of people for exploitation or commercial gain.” In 2012, the International Labor Organization estimated that there are 20.9 million human trafficking victims worldwide.According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, sexual exploitation is the most commonly identified form ahead of forced labor.It’s an issue with which law-enforcement agencies in the U. Over the course of his tenure, he’s interviewed over 300 victims.

In addition, natural disasters in nearby Bangladesh and Nepal have left millions homeless and impoverished, which has created desperate people easily exploited by human traffickers.The coming together of white youth audiences and black music in rock and roll, inevitably provoked strong white racist reactions within the US, with many whites condemning its breaking down of barriers based on color.The rock and roll lifestyle was popularly associated with sex and drugs.Because of this, many will remain in the trade because of fear of not being able to earn a living any other way.Perhaps it is all they know, and can’t imagine a different lifestyle.The women who do survive trafficking and commercial sex exploitation are faced with a new set of challenges -- psychological and emotional damage from years of cruelty and neglect, along with health issues such as HIV/AIDS and the social stigma of prostitution are a few examples.

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