If a girl runs away if she is caught she will be beaten, raped, starved and a lot more. If they don't find the girl or sometimes even if they do find the girl the traffickers will go after the girl's family and hurt them in extreme ways. Because of the horrible effects sex trafficking leaves on it's victims, they will often turn to drugs to escape the reality of what is happening and or to just numb the pain. Some don't turn to drugs until they are free and some cave in while they are still involves. Now that you know a little bit more about the sex trafficking industry what will you do about
Modern-Day slavery can be observed all over the world, but is most prevalent in African and Asian countries like India and China where rapid industrialization is happening. The enslaved people in these countries can be found mostly in construction, mining, farming, and many domestic occupations like, making clothes and putting together technology for more modernized countries in the world. It is thought that globally there are 36 million people enslaved in sex trafficking, domestic workings, mining, farming, and many different types of human slavery. Fourteen of the thirty-six million people are enslaved in India. Even in America there is still slavery.
It puts them and their children at high risk for human trafficking. Those who are disabled and elderly are also subjected to trafficking. People who live in poverty are also vulnerable to trafficking. A person who lives in abject poverty, will take any opportunity they can to make money. Women in Russia have been trafficked to many parts of Western Europe and North America for sexual slavery and brides from wealthy Western men.
Sadly, this is not the case especially for women. The conditions for modern day Afghan women is still very terrible. A majority of women experience some kind of violence in their lives be it by their own husbands or someone close by to them. According to Joya Malalai, there are still many women who are forced into marriage, resort to prostitution in order to survive since it is still they are still not allowed to work, and they hold the highest rate for depression. Girls are not safe to go to school causing many girls from the villages would learn their lessons from sitting in the dirt for it is too dangerous.
Duong raises the awareness to investigate gender related prostitution and human trafficking. It is a fact that women are at higher risk with human slavery. Duong focuses on Vietnam, a ‘hot point’ of human trafficking in some regions. Over ten thousand women are missing from their homes within the last ten years, and most point to human trafficking. (Duong).
The victims in Costa Rica can also be broken down to mostly women and young children as old as five and six years old. The situation is beyond humane because not only are people stolen or tricked into the trade, but children are sold by their parents to traffickers to pay off debts they may have. With that fact, Costa Rica is known as the child prostitution capital of Latin America. As well as being subjected to trafficking within the country, these people are also taken from within Costa Rica to other regions as if they are mere cargo (human
Yet, shame was not the only way women suffered. Many women contracted sexually transmitted diseases and became sterile due to a lack of proper medical treatment and repeated sexual abuse. Mental ailments were also common among women who were forced to provide “comfort” to the Japanese soldiers; most of the survivors suffered night terrors, insomnia, nervous breakdowns, and other forms of psychological
An abusive relationship can lead to one partner partaking in substance abuse, contracting STDs, having trust issues and shifting how one feels about themself. Dating violence affects girls and women negatively by heavily influencing the decisions they make and the lifestyle they live through emotional and
9)Alcoholism:.An person who is addicted to alcohol use to lose his temper which leads to unhappy and stressful in a relationship Attributes related risk factors of women in domestic violence 1)Lack of confidence : Insulting in front of others, Ignoring her emotion, making derogatory comments, blaming her for his mistake which affects confidence. 2)Suicide behaviour: Sexual torture, distrusting makes to attempt it. 3)Divorce: Due to loss of trust , sexual involvement with other women and physical tor ture are the reasons behind it 4) Physical Assault by husband : It includes pushing, spitting, hitting, punching, shoving, restraining, kicking, biting, shaking, throwing objects, beating, burning 5) Limited Mobility: isolating from family and friends 6) Honour killing : It is the acts of vengeance which leads to death by her partner 7) Health problems anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Women who are abused suffers at greater risk of unplanned or early pregnancies and also sexually transmitted diseases such as
Sex trafficking of women is a complicated situation with many causes that affect women's decisions to work abroad. One of the many reasons would be a desperate economic situation. Women may become victims of trafficking when they run away from home or when they don't have other options than get into prostitution. Such as Ms. Roberta case, she was was kidnapped by a group of men in La Paz, El Salvador who sexually abused her and forced her into prostitution for two years. She escaped and fled to the U.S. and a social worker trained in child trafficking protection, identified her as a trafficking survivor.
At the turn of the 21st century the majority that entered the prison system were African Americans and Latinos. (Michelle Alexander, 2010) The reason behind mass incarceration was due to the crack down on the deteriorating communities where the majority of minorities lived. Authors Scott Ehlers, Vincent Schiraldi and Jason Ziedenberg of Still Striking Out: Ten Years of California’s Three Strikes (2004) report that African Americans in prison because of the three strike law is higher per every 100,000 African American than Whites and Latinos in California. (U.S. Census Bureau
On the other hand, slavery did have some different effects upon men and women. Women suffered the consequences of sexual abuse. Jacobs relates such abuse: "Soon she will learn to tremble when she hears her master 's footfall. She will be compelled to realize that she is no longer a child.If God has bestowed beauty upon her, it will prove her greatest curse." The author tells how sad is the life of a slave girl and how, as soon as she is old enough, and against her will, she would learn about the malice of the world.
As we speak right now, someone across the world is being forced into labor or sexual interactions. Men are the minority in this case and not forced into this as much as women and children. Most of those children are girls of ages from eight to fourteen starting in this business. I highly doubt any of you know that human trafficking, the modern day slavery is worse today than it was during the Atlantic Slave Trade in the 1500’s. Human Trafficking is where traffickers forcefully control victims to make them engage in sex or labor against their will (Bales 1).