People For Sale

by IRANdokht

Sex Trafficking is more widespread than you think!

Please watch this video to see the statistics of this horrifying crime:






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sex traffickers were abused too

by agreed but (not verified) on

This is a vicious chain of abuse from one generation to another, from one human being to another. It's not always about the demand, it's about those who grow up in the hellish world of sex abuse and turn up to be the very entrepreneurs promoting the business.

Some of you be surprised to know how bad it gets for Iranian girls in Dubai. I've heard some horrible stories. I wished there was something we could do about it.


What's worse is when the

by sad (not verified) on

What's worse is when the state is doing the traffiking in the case of Islamic Republic:

Under the mullah's the age of marriage was brought down to 9 years old. There are thousands of women who run away from their abusive and old husband's home and they end up in the hands of prostitution rings or end up in prison for killing their husbands.
Woman traficking in Iran is a state-run business venture.





Where would sex trafficking

by Me (not verified) on

Where would sex trafficking and prostitution be without a john willing to purchase another human being for sex? Out of business. "The demand fuels the industry". “Unlike drugs which are only useable once, a human being may be sold over and over again, sometimes 30 times a day, to make money. When a victim is used up in one market, he or she can be sold to another pimp, transferred into another area or moved into another aspect of the criminal activity.”

As a citizen, take action by refusing to accept the “pimp and ho” culture that television, music and movies normalize. Society must say that prostitution and trafficking are not victimless crimes, and people who pay for commercial sex acts are criminals who should be shamed, held accountable and punished. We cannot continue to punish the victims and normalize the aberrant and selfish behavior of johns.

Read more:How You Can Help in the War Against Sex Trafficking

(Quotes used: Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow of Concerned Women for America.)


More on the subject

by IRANdokht on

"Each year an
estimated 800,000 to 900,000 human beings are bought, sold, or forced across the world's borders [2003 U.S. State Department estimate]. Among them are hundreds of thousands of teenage girls, and others as young as 5, who fall victim to the sex trade"

There's a special evil in the abuse and exploitation of the most innocent and vulnerable. The victims of [the] sex trade see little of life before they see the very worst of life, an underground of brutality and lonely fear. Those who create these victims and profit from their suffering must be severely punished. Those who patronize this industry debase themselves and deepen the misery of others."