Human trafficking is horrific. Being a grandfather, father, and brother, I pray for my family and all families and for those needing freedom. Thanks for your post.
First Things First
My name is Ryan and I am a junior English major. This school year I founded a campus chapter for International Justice Mission as a means to raise awareness and funds to combat something called human trafficking. Human trafficking is most commonly associated as modern day slavery, and for good reason.
By Definition (Webster):
Human Trafficking is organized criminal activity in which human beings are treated as possessions to be controlled and exploited (as by being forced into prostitution or involuntary labor).
In the parenthetical details above, the definition mentions forced prostitution and involuntary labor. While those forms of trafficking are extremely prevalent, unmentioned in that definition is the industry of pornography. Read this carefully: Pornography is the industry that is funding and raising the demand of human trafficking, both directly and indirectly. When a search is made for a particular image, the demand…
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2 thoughts on “Welcome: Why I Choose to Combat Human Trafficking”
I feel the world not doing enough about human trafficing
I believe you are right. The runaways or the stolen are the forgotten. Pornography even hides their identities. With so many people hooked on pornography, perhaps, this is the reason.