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Human Trafficking (Sex Trafficking)

Sex trafficking all over the world has become a major concern in the 21st century as those perpetrations this atrocity take advantage of the innocent by illegally trafficking human beings for wage profits. In my essay I will be stating 3 key points to my argument against sex trafficking. The first point is how trafficking is done. That part in the body of my paper will talk about the different methods used to lure people into the rings. The second point will talk about where sex trafficking is done. For example I will mention how having a weak criminal justice system can play a huge part into luring people. Then the last part of my three key points will talk about how people are targeted. It will mainly focus on women and the different scenarios that they are in when they go into trafficking rings. After reading all three key points I hope you will agree with the thesis statement mentioned earlier in the introduction talking about how cruel human trafficking can be.

First Key Point In the Sex trafficking there are many different ways of luring people into rings (Sex trafficking groups.) Sex trafficking usually consists of people being forced into these rings. In a lot of places women are kidnapped and taken out of their homeland/towns and forced into what is said to be called” Modern day slavery” For this part of my paper I will name 3 commonly used methods that result in people joining Sex trafficking rings. At times women chose to become prostitutes due to the fact that it is quick easy money that can help them support their families because usually the women are single parents. But soon after the women become prostitutes the pimps (leaders of trafficking groups) take most of their earnings and at the same time force them into staying in the ring. Another way women get into trafficking rings is when they are misled into thinking there are job opportunities. Usually pimps mislead them to places very far

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