There are hotlines to contact such as, The National Human Trafficking Resource Center and Hope for Justice if you believe someone is being used for sex trafficking. Educating ourselves is another step to ending sex trafficking. Being able to recognize the signs of someone being held in sex slavery is very important in being able to get them help. Some of these signs are fear, limited freedom of movement, and anxiety. These victims are given promises of money, education, and a better life.
Coupled with, trafficked victims that are experiencing social ostracism as a result of the impact trafficking leaves after the exploitation has ended. Knowing that individual 's’ reintegration depends heavily on how their society will view their experiences because victims know that society’s response to prostitution can inhibit their acceptance from the community. Persons particularly coerced into sexual exploitation describes experiencing ridicule and rejection during and after being trafficked specifically from family and friends; in some sub-Saharan territories, the entire family can be ostracized as a result of the victim’s past( Allais, 2006). The treatment from family members and the community will affect how trafficked individuals are reintegrated into their society.
The first journal article provides explanations about how the bullying is presented in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye and how it affects the main character’s to the point she hurt herself to escape from the emotional pain she had to bear. The article shows that the physical and emotional bullying directed towards Elaine comes from the fact that she was different form her other friends, who mostly came from strongly dominant patriarchal families. She dressed and acted differently for her father gave her freedom to do and wear what she wanted. Thus, her supposed-to-be best friends forced her to change because they thought Elaine’s behaviour and appearance were not lady-like. The article explained how this act of phsychological bullying affected
On top of physical and psychological effects, victims may also face more suffering from secondary victimization. Secondary victimization is victimization caused through inappropriate institutions and people like family, the media, and the justice system. For example, people who suffered from sexual assault may be shunned by family, friends, and society in general. They may also make them feel as if the assault was their fault by making them believe that they caused or provoked the attack. Victimization can result in these and many other harms.
Before any students are allowed to start their classes or be allowed in any sorority/fraternity, they need to take courses on sexual assault prevention, what sexual assault is, how to stop an act if you spot it, and the disciplinary actions that will be taken against someone who has committed these crimes. Bystander intervention programs should also be put in place on campuses. The bystander intervention program can be used as a sexual assault prevention method. This program makes more students feel responsible for taking some form of action when they notice a potentially dangerous scenario. It also makes students feel empowered in the sense that everyone is an ally who is helping and looking out for one
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
They use it to try to gain some sense of control over someone else, but the results are destructive for them and the other person. Both of the characters also have minor differences. Mayella is abused by her father sexually and physically while Curley 's wife is not abused as much but more neglected in a way. Mainly, the two characters are more similar than different. These similarities and differences help bring out the role of the two characters in their respective novels, to expose the isolation of certain members of society and the effects it has on them.
Furthermore, Melinda criticizing her physical appearance is a sign of how she mainly criticized and changes her clothing or way of looking due to she had major physical damage of being raped making her don’t want to remember the “Melinda who was raped.” Also, this caused a huge emotional and physiological depression where she can’t stand alone; she needs to speak up. Lastly, the action of Melinda needing to put the mirror away just because she can’t bare herself is a sign of a deep depression because of the lack of confidence and battle between herself. This means Andy Evans sexually assaulting her was the reason for her depression at such a young
We need to find ways to deter these violent offenders from assaulting these women and just feeling as if they can get away with it. As we talked about earlier with the courts it is a must that we increase the certainty of the punishment. However, if the offender knows that they will be punished assaulting a female they will think twice about it before doing it. In addition, this could also help cut down the number of physical assaults committed on women per year by their intimate partners. Finally, the last of the three major challenges that the criminal justice system may face in the future is youth in the criminal justice system.
As a result, society must become more aware of female sexual perpetrators, as many incidents of females assaulting both young men and women have gone unreported for some time. The following paper will focus specifically on why female sex offending is an important issue that the public must become more aware of. Historically, female perpetrators of sex offenses
Domestic violence has ruined and ended many lives, but there is hope that numbers will decrease and the violence will fade away. "Domestic abuse often escalates from threats and verbal abuse to physical violence and even murder. And while physical injury may be the most obvious danger, the emotional and psychological consequences of domestic abuse are also severe. No one deserves this kind of pain, and a survivor’s first step to breaking free is recognizing that their situation is abusive. (Samuel, 2009).
Quite frankly, I am unsure of what to think of the approach presented in the video clip showed in my Crisis Intervention class over PTSD in military women. Moving on to the second article, a different form of sexual assault was explored. Exploiting young military women by publishing their nude photos on the Internet. The website in question that contained the pornography was Annon-IB; where nude photos were published without consent of the person in the photo such as, Jennifer Lawrence not just of women who were serving our country to help make it possible for us to sleep soundly at