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Children Sex Slaves

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Children Sex Slaves
Amanda Miranda
Widener University
April 24, 2008

Child Sex Slaves
In many areas around the world such as the United States, Asia, and India, children of poor economic status suffer the painful conditions of sexual trafficking. Millions of children in a waking second suffer from the harms of sexual exploitation and face the outcomes of living life in bondage. Children, being the easier targets of the sex trade market, have suffered great issues such as sexually transmitted diseases, rape, abuse, pregnancy, drug abuse, and abduction from their families and homes. The international growth of prostituting children has robbed them of their innocence and exposes children to live criminal lives (Flowers 148). In the case of child exploitation, many organizations have united to establish and create rights for children who suffer in slavery. Organizations such as the United Nations have come together to create strategies and ways, such as the Convention on the Rights of the Child, to help children in bondage receive freedom. Organizations such as the UN have established laws that have allowed children to come out of bondage an begin new lives. Rights for children’s education after slavery have been created to give life back to children who been taken from their home communities and have been raised in the sex market since birth.

Children around the world have become victims of children pornography and prostitution. Child pornography is often referred to as “kiddie porn” and “child porn.” Child pornography includes photographs, magazines, books, videotapes, audiotapes, motion pictures, and images on Web sites or the Internet that depict children in sexually explicit acts with other children, adults, animals, and foreign objects (Flowers 151). Victims of these life threatening occupations have been subjected to many forms of sexual abuse, perversion, and exploitation such as rape, sadism, pedophilia, triolism, torture, and even...