April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Take the opportunity to learn about sex trafficking.
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Prostitution/sex work and sex trafficking are not synonymous. Although they occur in the same industry, they should not be conflated. Victims and survivors of sex trafficking are also victims and survivors of sexual assault.
End Slavery Now is committed to raising awareness of and doing its part to eliminate modern day enslavement, which includes sex trafficking. For example, End Slavery Now's website has resources helping people fight trafficking nationally and locally. End Slavery Now also keeps site visitors informed about where sex trafficking is happening.
Click here to dispel some common myths about sex trafficking. Click here, here, and here for documentaries featuring survivors of sex trafficking who endured assault. Click the button above for End Slavery Now's informational page about sex trafficking.
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