Sept. 18 (UPI) — A former Oklahoma lawmaker was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Monday for child sex trafficking. Former state Sen. Ralph Shortey, who pleaded guilty last year to paying a teenage boy for sex, apologized in court Monday for “leading a double life of sin.” “I have begged God’s forgiveness, and I hope that this all is another example to everyone to live a true life

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Have you witnessed sex trafficking? Your first response is probably “no.” But many of us have seen it — we just didn’t realize it at the time. Maybe you remember a friend that suddenly started coming to school with much nicer clothes and a new cellphone, which she said were “gifts” from someone older. Or you may recall that guy who seemed a little bit too old to be dating

CHENNAI: Sex trafficking survivors in the country are making audio recordings about their experiences to be used in a social media campaign, which organisers hope will reduce discrimination that follows them even after they escape the trade. Of an estimated 20 million commercial sex workers in the country, 16 million women and girls are victims of trafficking, according to campaigners. Survivors are widely discriminated against after being rescued, and choose

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