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Human Trafficking Most people are asking what is human trafficking. Human Trafficking is where people sell other people for sex. It is happening all over the United States. Every year thousands of men, women and kids end up in the hands of human traffickers. You will not just find human trafficking in the U.S. it is in every country around the world. Human Trafficking is like today 's slavery people are getting sold to have sex and people are watching it happen and doing nothing about it. Human Trafficking is mostly happening in countries that are already developed. Lots of Americans are involved daily in human trafficking and people aren’t informed on what is happening so they are acting like nothing is happening. There are 2.4 million …show more content…
Most people think they know that they are involved in a crime that they will tell someone. But they know they will get in more trouble by telling someone then saying nothing. They don’t think that they can get anything changed that’s only true if they don’t tell the right people what’s going on. That is why I think everyone should be informed on what human trafficking is. I am glad I have learned about what it is so hopefully I can help stop it from happening. I have had a friend’s sister who got involved in it and it was so hard for her to come home or even tell her family what had happen. It almost ruined her relationship with her family. But that’s when her family started looking into what human trafficking was so that they could tell other families how hard it can be for victims to tell people what they got involved …show more content…
She had fallen into human trafficking and says it was hard to get out of the hand of the human traffickers. “She says up to 30 men a day, seven days a week, for the best part of four years had raped her.” (Human trafficking survivors) Her story is of the many Mexican and American human trafficking victims. Human trafficking for the victims and most people is a underworld many people don’t know about. Human trafficking has become a big problem with in the last 20 years. Most victims are then forced into prostitution by their so called owners. One of the biggest cities for prostitution is Tenancingo Mexico. If though its population is only 13,000 people it has a big reputation of prostitution rings. The girls from rural towns don’t think anything about the guys coming from this city just thinking that they are going to have a great future with these guys. All the girls that fall into to these guys’ traps just think they love

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