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❤ Here's $20 for this Valentines ❤   Shop to support survivors When the road seems too long When darkness sets in When everything turns out wrong And you can't find a friend Remember ~ you are loved   When smiles are hard to come by And you're feeling down When you spread your wings to fly And can't get off the ground Remember ~ you are loved.   When time runs out before you're through And it's over before you begin When little things get to you And you just can't win Remember ~ you are loved.   When your loved ones are far away And you are on your own When you don't know what to say When...

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5 ways you can help to defend our children from sex trafficking

We know the feeling well. When this issue hits you, it hits you hard, and your first thought is: “What can I do to help?” By choosing to learn more about this issue, you’ve already taken the first step towards building a better world for children, one where online child sexual exploitation has been eliminated. But before we get to live in that world we have a lot of work to do. The good news is that there are tangible things you can do today to make a meaningful difference in reaching victims of child sex trafficking faster and prevent trafficking in the first place. Here’s what you can do right now to help defend children from child sex trafficking:...

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How vulnerabilities increase child sex trafficking risk

Addressing child sex trafficking takes a very particular set of skills. However, depictions in films like Taken don’t hold up when we start talking about what sex trafficking actually looks like. Trafficking happens all around us. Child victims are often hidden away, but it is possible you will encounter individuals or situations of concern. Knowing how to vulnerabilities could save lives. There are certainly victims being forcibly held against their will in the world, but most of the coercion into sex trafficking occurs over months and years, with controllers building trust and psychological leverage in order to exploit their victims. While it can happen to anyone, there are some communities that are more vulnerable to becoming victims of child sex trafficking. In this fight, knowledge...

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Human trafficking: signs from children you could miss

Human trafficking: signs from children you could miss Human trafficking is happening everywhere, all around the world and locally in all types of communities. It includes sex trafficking, but human trafficking is also forced work and exploitation. According to the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000, all children under the age of 18 who are commercially sexually exploited are victims of sex trafficking. Unlike adults, there does not have to be “force, fraud, or coercion” under the law. The very age of the child makes them a victim. These are four indicators to be on the lookout for if children are being trafficked or targeted for trafficking.   Instantly in love  Traffickers are using social media and even online dating platforms to lure...

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