1. My thoughts are disgusting. Sex traffiicing is one of the most horrible the things in this world and we sure are not even close to stopping.. ..God Bless these poor girls and children who also are taken away and are sexually abuse…Your article really gets to the soul..

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    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I have another post to write on the growing practice in US. I live in Texas and read last week it’s on one of our Senator’s agenda. I’ve watched a couple of programs and the girls and guys end their to make money for drugs and then it can get worse from there.
      I believe the 275 girls taken in Nigeria are in the very situation. Sold off for marriage or forced prostitute. You’re right it’s hard to swallow.
      Have a great day.


  2. Thank you for sharing this! Trafficking in the US has been on my mind lately; it’s actually woven into the novel I started during NaNoWriMo…I need to do more research. If you know of any good websites for information, please pass them on. Thanks so much for being YOU!

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  3. Good for you for highlighting this, our society insists on teaching young girls that such atrocities are not crimes but instead “meaningful occupations.” There is so much to do in the world, where do we begin?

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