Chapter 8: Sex for Money Women and children are more susceptible to the crime of sex trafficking than men. That reason alone is why it is so important that we engage men in the fight against human trafficking.
Chapter 7: Not in My Backyard Sex is easy to find. It is generally understood among those working to fight sex trafficking that the average age of entry for commercial sex workers—this includes prostitution, pornography, stripping, massage parlors or any other business being use as a disguise for selling sex—is between eleven and thirteen years.Continue reading “Refuse to do Nothing: Ask the Question #HumanTrafficking”
The last people who should get caught off guard by injustice in the world should be Bible-believing Christians. Gary Haugen, International Justice Mission (IJM) Founder & President & author of The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence Last week, I shared the video and introduction of Gary Haugen’sContinue reading “Refuse to do Nothing: Stop the Violence #HumanTrafficking”