One in every three. That’s the stark reality an Arizona State University study suggests about the scope of sex and labor trafficking among homeless young adults in Arizona. For the past five years, the Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research at ASU’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, has conducted the Youth Experiences Survey, or YES, to gather data about human exploitation among homeless and runaway young adults
This notion that if we fully decriminalize (aka legalize) prostitution, we will no longer have sex trafficking and everyone in prostitution will be empowered and protected is wrong. It is commercial sexual exploitation and built on the foundation of those with more taking from those with less. Learn the facts: https://www.demandabolition.org/research/evidence-against-legalizing-prostitution/?fbclid=IwAR1eoZ9uh_5JlsA1qbSqpPTzMvXYSvcrJV8XqPja9eUpNZa3DSchRXj3UKE
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) — The 30 for Freedom is an annual run to help victims of human trafficking. The event is held in various cities including Bloomington, Minnesota. It gets its name for the 30 miles that runners participated in, all for a good cause. One Brandon family took part in the event, running a combined 94 miles. But it was 10-year old Brayden Gniffke, who stole the show.