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When It Comes to Underage Sex Trafficking, Pimps May Not Be the Problem

22 hours ago − SAGE Publications
Los Angeles, CA (April 15, 2014) Media portrayals of underage sex trafficking include pimps luring girls into prostitution and then controlling, exploiting, and brutalizing them as if they were slaves, but just how representative are these images? A new study finds that pimps are only responsible for luring minors into sex work in a very small number of cases, and that they are not the reason why young prostitutes…
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