Human trafficking in massage parlors is the second most common type of trafficking reported to the US National Human Trafficking Hotline. Learn the signs of massage parlor trafficking and what to do if you see those signs.
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According to recently published research by Polaris, there are more than 9,000 illicit massage businesses - fronts for selling commercial sex - spread across every state in America. These businesses hide in plain sight, visible to those who know what to look for and how those signs differentiate them from legitimate massage venues.
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