Media Coverage

If the media do not expose the issues of Sex Trafficking it is hard to get the word out there and start putting a stop to the violence. There are isolated instances of coverage but those are scarce and there is not an open conversation about the intensity of the issue.

Through previous posts we have seen that celebrities and journalist have tried to spread the word. The online culture has created content exposing the issue but that does not reach everyone, or even if it does it simple educated people of the statistics and lack of knowledge on the issue.

The many videos present on YouTube create a market for conversation that exposes hard truths in a visual way. The movie ‘Taken’ is also a very popular portrayal of the sex trafficking industry and about young woman are abducted.

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Be safe. Don’t think it can’t happen to you. Help if you can!

One Brothel Raid at a Time

Again raised topics about the sex trade industry this time along with controversy. His article “Fighting Back, One Brothel Raid at a Time” frustrated some readers because it seems insensitive. This was a very debated article that brought attention to the issue but some think in a negative way.

The following post will explain more regarding the objections to article.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/13/opinion/sunday/kristof-fighting-back-one-brothel-raid-at-a-time.html?scp=3&sq=Kristof%20tweets%20brothel%20raid&st=cse

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