FC: Sex Slavery | Holden Faulkenbury
2: 1. What is Sexual Slavery 2. Who is involved 3.What are the slaves required to do? 4. Do they get paid at all? 5. Where is it happening? Country? 6. How is it going on without being stopped? 7. What is the main issue? 8. What can be done to stop it or how was it stopped? 9. Give me the facts and figures. 10. Compare this instance of slavery to slavery in The 1800s American South, how are they different or similar?
3: 1. Sexual Slavery is very similar to human trafficking. Well if not similar then they are closley related. People traffic humans to other people who will use the human in any way they choose. They now own that person. And every so often someone will purchase a human and use them for strictly sexual purposes. Like forcing them to have sex with them, whenever and wherever.
4: 2. Adult women make up the largest group of victims. Next follows teenage girls. Not many men or boys are sold to slavery. Organized crime is largely responsible for the spread of international human trafficking. Though national and international institutions may attempt to regulate and enforce anti-trafficking legislation, local governments and police forces may in fact be participating in sex trafficking rings.
5: 3. Sex slaves are required to have sexual intercourse with their "master" however many times, however long, and wherever the master desires. Wether the slave wants to or not. They do not have a choice.
6: 4. Some sex slaves get paid. There are many different ways sexual slavery takes place in this world. There is Prostitution, Live Auctions, Strip Clubs... The list goes on and on..
7: 5. Sexual slavery is happening all over the world as we speak. Most of the circuits move east to west.
8: 6. If nobody stops it, sexual slavery will not die a natural death. Someone must stop this if it is going to stop. This problem will keep expanding if nobody puts forth an effort.
9: 7. The main problem is that sexual slavery has grown so much. And there are more than likely some local officers and federal agents who are contributing to the growth of this problem.
10: 8. Sexual slavery has been outlawed in America and many other places, but it still happens. Even without authorities knowing about it sexual slavery still occurs. There is no way to stop sexual slavery, people have tried, but there are many rebels in the world now a days.
11: 9. There are approximately 20 to 30 million slaves in the world today. Around the world, the average cost of a slave is $90. Between 14,500 and 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. each year.
12: 10. Well slavery is slavery, and if people are forced against their will to do labor or anything they wouldn't do willfully then they are a slave. These 2 situations have many similarities as in: in earlier slavery was more brutal. Sexual slavery isn't exactly positive. Both are very bad things happening/happened in this world.
13: Bibliography http://www.soroptimist.org/trafficking/faq.html www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-human-trafficking www.fbi.gov ... Reports and Publications LEB March 2011 55 Little Known Facts about Human Trafficking - Random Facts