We’re all human, and we always turn a blind eye to our problems. Just think about it, ignorance is bliss, but it doesn’t help. Imagine that you are in a bar somewhere, and that’s where everything will change for you. There are two men and a child, you may wonder what they’re doing, possibly bar buddies. You may look at the child, hurt, beaten, and their eyes look like all the sadness in the world was stored there. With a quick exchange of money the child follows their new trafficker, and that’s when you notice human trafficking. Human trafficking is everywhere, and we can try and make a difference. Just sit back and think in their shoes, and all their pain that they have faced.
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In the past, we couldn’t support all the abandoned victims nor could we stop trafficking, but things have changed greatly. Cambodia, once the “ground zero” of human trafficking is our greatest example. Cambodia was once a great disaster, where you could sell children on the streets and foreigners bribed street children into trafficking, basically it was a chaotic mess. Now, it is reformed and a model country for all of us. Everyone contributed to the effort, the ruined government has rebuilt itself and there are now harsher laws against traffickers. The country went a step further and also applied anti-trafficking police to ensure safety. So, wherever you look there are no traffickers selling children or victims being sold in the red-light districts, it was peace. As you can see, if we all strive to make a difference we can make a change to the cycle of human sex trafficking.
In conclusion, human trafficking is everywhere and whatever we do it won't go away but we can change it. We can do whatever is possible, giving support and help to victims and trying our best to prevent human trafficking. Now you should’ve learned that human sex trafficking happens about everywhere and there are always victims who want freedom. Even if it has never happened to you, realize everything about human sex trafficking and try to make even a small difference. Do you want to try and make a difference to help