New PDF release: Made in the USA : the sex trafficking of America's children
By Alisa Jordheim
The e-book is a compilation of 5 actual tales of adults (4 girl & 1 guy) trafficked as young children. every one tale is preceded via an summary of the kind of trafficking the tale addresses and up through an announcement from the survivors themselves. the aim of the ebook is to supply insights on how American young children are taken captive and sometimes coerced to stay in a life-style of industrial sexual exploitation. All earnings from the publication can be disbursed to nationally famous enterprises offering both preventive or restorative carrier for baby survivors of family Minor intercourse Trafficking
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He said we could stay with him for a while. ” I’m not sure what she means by “connections,” but I figure if it’s a place to stay, I’ll go along. “OK, sounds cool. ” “Don’t get me started. I’m so sick of him! I’m not even telling him where we’re going. He thinks just because he gives me money that he can keep me here, ready to put out at his command. He’s never gunna leave the dirty slut he’s married to, but I can get any man I want and any thing I want. ” She laughs. The next day, Alexis drives us about twenty minutes to another town and parks in front of a dilapidated apartment building.
Alexis is there, with a few other girls, and we all have our own rooms. I get the feeling that none of them really like me. They’re all very cold toward me, all except Alexis, who is her friendly self. But she goes straight to her room after I get there, so I spend some time resting in mine. I wake up to knocking at my door. “Open up. ” It’s Marcus. I let him in, and he’s holding a skimpy red dress. He tells me to take my clothes off and get on the bed. Then he starts getting undressed, and I know what’s about to happen.
They are being exploited. Let’s take a look at this from a legal standpoint. No one younger than eighteen can legally consent to any form of commercial sexual activity; therefore, there is no basis for the concept of a child prostitute. It is time to remove the stereotype that these are just “oversexed kids” making bad decisions. It is time to align our words with the truth: Children who are sexually exploited commercially are always, initially, victims of a crime. The Rest of the Book This book is intended as a guide to understanding the commercial sexual exploitation of American children.
Made in the USA : the sex trafficking of America's children by Alisa Jordheim