The Pros And Cons Of Sex Tourism

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runaways that they can see have not had their emotional need met at home. Then they use psychological manipulation to convince the children into believing they are loved and cared for. Often times the pimp will spend a lot of time doing nice caring things for the child buying them nice things taking them places introducing them to other children that they have psychologically convinced they are a wonderful person. Once this belief is installed the table turns and a very evil and sick game begins to play out. The pimp has built what is called a trauma bond, this bond is a very hard bond to brake. The child will do whatever the pimp requires them to do. The child is sold or traded endless times in acts of sex, and is viewed as disposable once the child becomes sick or pregnant they are disposed of left for dead on the streets, but not before the pimp has made $100’s a day from the sales of sex acts involving the child. Pimps use runaways for other task like transporting drugs, or shoplifting. Shoplifting is also known as boosting, the pimp send the child in with a list of items to steal and the children get it. The …show more content…
Sex tourism involves the enticement to travel abroad for the sole purpose of engaging in sexual escapades, with minors. Mexico and Latin America have been locations where sex tourism, with children, has been occurring. It is estimated that 2 million children are forced into prostitution for the purpose of providing services to foreign travelers. On the internet there is websites to choose and book the child you would like to purchase for the escape. The cost very from hundreds to thousands, all depending on the race, ethicality, age and sex of the child often times little boys cost more than girls. In the sex tourism business little boys are the hot item. Since the topic is so taboo it is hard to get a good number on just how much is spent a year on the new

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