Pros And Cons Of Sex Trafficking

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"Sex trafficking is a form of modern day slavery that exists throughout the United States and globally. Sex trafficker use violence, threats, lies, debt and other forms of coercion to force women, men and children to engage in commercial sex against their will." Slavery has negative effects. The quote is giving an example of slavery, sex trafficking. It's forcing people to have commercial sex against their will. Victims are lied to, threatened, and abused. Victims can be men, boys, women or girls of all ages. According to this quote slavery is horrible. Sex trafficking is horrible because slavery is considered abuse, assault and is against human rights.

Although we know slavery is wrong, there are some advantages to slavery. For example, Sex trafficking brings a lot of money for the traffickers so, that brings wealth to the company. Companies use the money there slaves make to buy things. Although this may not be a great job, the victims still get enough money to have a roof over their head and a little food on their table. Sex trafficking is worth more money than drug dealing, with that being said, slavery is worth a ton of money and can boost up the economy. In addition, this type of slavery is considered "work" therefor, slavery decreases the unemployment rate.
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Many of the adults and children put into prostitution were at one point abused horribly. Furthermore, 98 percent of women become prostitutes if abused at a young age. Children were taken from their families and forced to have sex against their will. These traffickers can be charged for sexual assault, kidnapping, and abuse. The population is growing, between 100,000 and 300,000 children are being taken away to work as prostitutes. These traffickers are taking away the childhood of our
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