In the two minutes that it took you to turn your laptop on so you can check Facebook, another child, woman or even man have been sold and forced to become a sex slave. Slavery and human trafficking have become a widespread problem around the globe today. From 60,000 to 200,000 women, children and men in one city to another have been sexually abused, harassed, prostituted from being sold to being bought. Even though it is common in our world, it is unethical because it is sad to see what sex slavery really is.
In Juliana Dogbadzi’s story, she talks about what horrible things she has been through. Juliana has been sexually abused, beaten, and threatened by a priest. Juliana states, “I was raped repeatedly by the priest on torn mats on the cold floor of windowless huts.” Who would have known that this would have happened to her. Through her experience, she writes a story to convey the tragedy of sex trafficking. No one should do what they do not want to do. Her story is important because of the fact that she reaches out to other people and catches their attention, to inform people who are being violated throughout the world.
“According to Congressional estimates, every day in our country 100,000 children are being sold for sex on the internet”(newser.com, December 14, 2011). Procrastinating men to prey on teenage girls and young men and turn them into something they do not want to be, a sex slave . Prostitution and human trafficking are sustained by demand on the web and no one is doing anything about this situation. Prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes represent a serious obstacle to social equality, to gender equality and to the enjoyment of human rights. Trafficking profoundly violates human dignity and the right of individuals to decide over their own lives and their own bodies. The victims are primarily women and girls, but men and boys are also being exposed to prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes. Studies convey that...
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