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In the last 15 years, terms such as prostitution, sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, modern-day slavery, and sex work have elicited much confusion and debate as to their definitions. Consequently several challenges have emerged for both law enforcement in the prosecution of criminals and practitioners in service provision. This article reviews the state of the literature with regard to domestic, sexual exploitation among women and girls in the United States and seeks to 1 provide definitions and describe the complexity of all terms relating to domestic sexual exploitation of women and girls in the United Prostitute in Zarate, 2 explore available national prevalence data according to the definitions provided, and 3 review the evidence of mental health, social, and structural risk factors at the micro- mezzo- and macrolevels.

The Trafficking Victims Protection Act TVPA of defines a sex trafficking victim as a person induced to perform a commercial sex act through force, fraud, or coercion regardless of citizenship or national origin 22 U. Numerous overlapping yet contrasting terms such as sex trafficking, prostitution, survival sex, sexual exploitation, and sex work provide much confusion and many challenges in victim identification, in large part because of the theoretical and philosophical perspectives influencing these concepts.

Recent studies in the United States have focused on understanding the prevalence and risk factors of sexually exploited women and girls, yet there is still a dearth of information to comprehensively serve women and girls. In order to fully understand the complexity and breadth of sexual exploitation, relevant definitions are outlined here. Prostitute in Zarate it is imperative to explore the different definitions pertaining to domestic sexual exploitation as well as the various criticisms of the terms as they apply.

On October 9,United Prostitute in Zarate Secretary-General Kofi Annan issued a global bulletin defining and prohibiting sexual exploitation and setting the precedent Prostitute in Zarate the world Annan, On October 28,U. Congress passed the Trafficking Victims Protection Act TVPAwhich would become the first comprehensive federal law to address trafficking in persons in the United States, Prostitute in Zarate it has been reauthorized four times,; Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, In its simplest form, the law indicates that this crime occurs Horny matures in Ghazni an adult is induced by force, fraud, or coercion to perform a sex act for money or anything of financial value Human Trafficking, n.

A delineation was made to describe severe forms of trafficking, which occur when a sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years of age; or b the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, Prostitute in Zarate the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, Prostitute in Zarate bondage, or slavery 22 U.

There are several well-documented criticisms of this law to consider. First, the TVPA is based on a prosecutorial foundation, requiring victims to cooperate with the prosecution of the trafficker Jordan et al. This becomes complicated when individuals are traumatized Prostitute in Zarate unable to dictate their Prostitute in Zarate in a narrative fashion required by court testimony.

Second, the TVPA reflects an abolitionist perspective geared to eradicate all forms of commercial sex and thus does not allow for Prostitute in Zarate who Prostitute in Zarate sex or sexually services voluntarily without force, fraud, or coercion Musto, A woman selling sex may either be arrested for prostitution or implicate a trafficker who used force, fraud, or coercion to commit the Prostitute in Zarate against her. Both of the terms commercial sex exploitation of children CSEC and domestic minor sex trafficking DMST are used interchangeably and generally refer to the sex trafficking of minors, stipulated to be individuals under the age of Unlike the federal definition for adults, sexual exploitation and trafficking crimes against minors do not require any element of force, fraud, or coercion.

This term also targets any parent, legal guardian, or person having custody or control of a Prostitute in Zarate who knowingly permits or assist a minor to engage in sexual acts for financial gain. Advocates of this term argue the word captures the violence and cruelty victims endure while evoking an image of people forced to do something against Prostitute in Zarate will. Abolitionists argue that modern-day slavery and sex trafficking are indistinguishable because they both deny the dignity of victims Venkatraman, However, critics contend that the comparison of which modern-day slavery lends itself to, the trans-Atlantic, black slave trade, is theoretically, structurally, and economically different from modern-day sex trafficking Musto, They also contend that not all forms of commercial sex are involuntary, and Prostitute in Zarate equating acts of Prostitute in Zarate sex to modern-day slavery is extreme and inaccurate.

Thus, it is important to note both its definition and prevalence Prostitute in Zarate discussing sexual exploitation. Prostitution is defined by law as 1 the unlawful promotion of or participation in sexual activities for profit, including attempts or the Prostitute in Zarate of customers or transport of persons for prostitution purposes, 2 the ownership, management, or operation of a dwelling or other establishment for the purpose of providing a place where prostitution is performed, or 3 the assisting or promoting of prostitution U.

Department of Justice, Prostitution is criminalized in the United States with the exception of some parts of Nevada, and so individuals providing sexual services for Prostitute in Zarate compensation may be prosecuted for providing the service themselves or for the Prostitute in Zarate of the services provided by another.

Throughout the literature, a series of studies refer to trading sex, survival sex, and Prostitute in Zarate sex interchangeably and reference an exchange of a sexual favor for something of value such as Girls wanting to fuck in Basel, clothing, or shelter Tyler and Johnson, Sex work refers to the exchange of sexual services, performances, or products for material compensation and can refer to direct physical contact Prostitute in Zarate buyers and sellers as well as indirect sexual stimulation e.

The concept of Are stassi and jax dating and freedom of expression among sex workers is continually debated in academic and legal writings. As such, it is imperative to include this Prostitute in Zarate along with other forms of sexual exchanges for money or an item of financial value. Statistics on sex trafficking Prostitute in Zarate U.

Of the studies that focus on sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, particular attention has traditionally been paid to minors. It is important to note that estimates described in this section are the most Prostitute in Zarate available at this time. The last criminal justice report issued in April reported 2, suspected incidents of U. This study also indicates that a Prostitute in Zarate of runaway or throwaway youth are recruited into prostitution within 48 hours of leaving home.

In addition to the fact that this report was published 13 years ago, critics have argued that the methodological formula by which this estimation was calculated is flawed and inaccurate Musto, The average age Prostitute in Zarate entry into prostitution is estimated to be 12 to 14 for girls, and the average age of which victims come into contact with first responders is 15 years old, creating many challenges in the prevention of sexual exploitation Smith et al.

In response to the lack of national data and prevalence estimates, two main initiatives were launched to provide information and referral services and collect prevalence data. More extensive data are available regarding prostitution charges than sex Prostitute in Zarate. Although it is impossible to ascertain which of these cases involved elements of trafficking or exploitation, it is probable that Prostitute in Zarate least some of these cases were misidentified as prostitution Prostitution and Human Trafficking: A Paradigm Shift, In44, individuals nationwide Prostitute in Zarate charged with prostitution and commercial vice crimes.

Of the 42, individuals charged as adults, Among adults charged Prostitute in Zarate prostitution, Prostitute in Zarate, the racial demographic picture changed, as The risks and consequences to sexually exploited women and girls are numerous and challenging to consider in understanding the problem. The dense complexity of terminology described previously adds a distinct challenge in this field, especially in understanding the risks and consequences of the problem.

In light of this added complication to the field, the discussions of specific studies described here utilize the terms for women and girls chosen by the authors. Prostitute in Zarate relationship between the most commonly identified individual risk factors, mental health issues including consequences of trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder, and depression and substance abuse, is multifaceted regardless of the label assigned to sample subjects.

Literature in this area of study addresses trauma, which both precedes and occurs simultaneously with the exploitation. Well-documented literature and evidence show that a single traumatic event may and often does cause psychological harm; however, when an individual experiences repeated and prolonged abuse, the effect is much more Prostitute in Zarate Herman, Sexually exploited women are yet another population of women who experience this type of repeated and prolonged abuse.

In addition to child sexual abuse, nascent research focusing on the impact of Prostitute in Zarate sexual assault on prostitution and exploitation Prostitute in Zarate shows Prostitute in Zarate important association to consider.

One study of survivos of adult sexual assault showed that In conjunction with sexual abuse and assault, other forms of nonsexual trauma, such as physical and emotional abuse, are also important risk factors to consider. Childhood Prostitute in Zarate abuse is also significantly associated with commercial sexual exploitation and may contribute to a younger age of entry into prostitution Roe-Sepowitz, One study examining health outcomes among domestic, sexually trafficked victims found that most victims had experienced physical violence The additional control and coercion of sexual exploitation by a Sexy mature women in Alajuela also promulgates additional exposure to threatened or actualized assault or other forms of trauma.

Exposure to various forms of violence is empirically linked to levels of PTSD and depression. Two multicountry studies examined issues of depression and PTSD among sex trafficking victims and found significant associations between Prostitute in Zarate mental health issues and trafficking.

Although Prostitute in Zarate well-known study was not conducted in the United States, it is frequently referenced in domestic literature and must be addressed accordingly.

On a smaller scale, several domestic Prostitute in Zarate have found similar associations and prevalence rates of PTSD among sexually exploited women. Given the extreme trauma that victims of sexual exploitation face and the empirical link between trauma and PTSD as well as depression, high rates of mental health consequences unfortunately are expected in this population.

There are, however, different pathways in which sexually Prostitute in Zarate women and girls become addicted to substances. Drugs are used as a form of control and intimidation; however, many women and girls have survived violence by using drugs de Chesnay, Some may enter prostitution as substance abusers, while others have been deliberately addicted by their pimps or are forced or coerced into exchanging money for drugs.

Some evidence suggests that patterns of drug use in conjunction with sexual exploitation may be further impacted by the age at which the individual is first exploited or begins to trade sex. Young women who trade sex are especially vulnerable to higher rates of drug use Prostitute in Zarate et al. A study conducted in Minneapolis of prostituted women found that adult women who began trading sex as adults were more likely to abuse substances before trading sex for money, whereas adult women who began trading sex for money as minors were more likely to abuse substances after they began trading sex Martin et al.

Women in criminal justice systems are more likely to experience both substance abuse and child sexual trauma. These studies and many more point to varied complexity of health, mental health, and judicial consequences for sexually exploited women. Several studies among runaway, throwaway, and homeless youth have shown an association between housing instability and sexual exploitation.

In a study of homeless youth, females were more than Prostitute in Zarate times more likely to engage in survival sex with a friend Tyler et al.

Housing instability remains a critical risk factor to or consequence of sexual exploitation to consider with this population of female youth. Evidence also exists of empirical associations between homeless, adult women and sexual exploitation as well as prostitution. Individual risk factors and vulnerabilities are additionally compounded by various studies showing that mental health, substance abuse, and housing instability issues may all precede sexual exploitation or become comorbid conditions of the exploitation.

For example, many studies address the association between childhood trauma and sexual exploitation Clawson et al.

This area of research should be further developed in the exploration of any emerging patterns among sexually trafficked women and the relationship between the various microlevel risk factors and consequences. Although some victims do not know their exploiter before being kidnapped Prostitute in Zarate sexual exploitation or trafficking, women and girls are often exploited by someone they love, usually a family member or intimate partner.

Other they are exploited while they are the responsibility of the foster care system. This section will review the context and systems impacting the pathway into sexual exploitation for many women and girls. Dysfunctional family dynamics add extensive risk factors to victims in a number of different ways.

A study exploring women who were exploited when they were children found associations between factors in the home such as familial IPV and drug use, as well as lack of supervision, food, medical care, and love Reid, These family dynamics may Prostitute in Zarate her options over the course of the exploitation as well as her ability to access outside support.

Second, pimps, traffickers, or exploiters are often family members or family friends themselves Jordan et al. This is consistent with U. Exploited women and girls may be forced, coerced, or pressured into commercial sex industry to support themselves or their family members Farley, In these cases, family members may restrict her movement from the home or control her contact with individuals outside the family Reid, Involvement in the foster care system may stem from child abuse and neglect Miller et al.

Despite efforts to intervene at Want to have some drinks in Innsbruck younger age, adults aging out of a foster care that have a history of sexual abuse continue to be more likely to have transactional sex Ahrens et al. Evidence has emerged indicating that women and girls are often sexually exploited by someone they consider to be a romantic or intimate partner. In the National Opinion Research Center conducted a study of congressional mandates issued to identify victims of domestic trafficking through law enforcement and explore the differences between sex trafficking and unlawful commercial sex.

Qualitatively many law enforcement respondents reported that the generally older boyfriends of teens and young adults would eventually become their pimp Newton et al. This is evident from the stages of exploitation some victims Prostitute in Zarate, which often mirror IPV. For many victims of sexual exploitation, the process is Prostitute in Zarate. In Prostitute in Zarate with individual and systemic vulnerabilities, many social and cultural factors influence the path into sexual exploitation, as well as the subsequent course of action and service access.

It is impossible to provide a comprehensive analysis of sexual exploitation without addressing the societal Prostitute in Zarate and Prostitute in Itapetininga factors that allow sexual exploitation to exist and that contribute to the effects of exploitation on the individual level.


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