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  • Mari Had 4 Children Over Her 16 Years Of Forced Prostitution on Random Human Trafficking Survivors Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories

    (#2) Mari Had 4 Children Over Her 16 Years Of Forced Prostitution

    Over the course of 16 years, “Mari” was in a relationship with “Darrell,” who fathered her four children. According to the Polaris Project, a non-profit organization that combats trafficking and operates a national hotline, Darrell was abusive in every way: verbally, physically, and sexually. 

    The survivor’s account maintains that Darrell forced Mari to have sex with other men for money. Darrell also recruited an 18-year-old named "Janice" to join his prostitution ring.

    Reportedly, a police officer pulled Darrell’s car over, and the two women were also in the vehicle. The officer noticed that the man had both Mari and Janice’s IDs in his wallet and asked to speak to each of the women privately. The officer realized that they were held against their will and connected the captives to the Polaris Project, leading to their rescue.
     

  • After Being Arrested For Teenage Prostitution, Erica Was Never Once Asked If She Was In Trouble on Random Human Trafficking Survivors Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories

    (#7) After Being Arrested For Teenage Prostitution, Erica Was Never Once Asked If She Was In Trouble

    Forced into the world of prostitution at age 14, “Erica” says that human trafficking is shockingly common near the border. Erica maintains having had several interactions with police, but that officials never asked her if she was “a victim.” According to KTSM, the National Human Trafficking Hotline reported 2,000 calls from Texas in just the first three months of 2017.
    Erica adamantly describes trafficking as problem evident across the county, and not just in El Paso:

    You would never know how many guys are out picking up girls. Girls you might just see walking on the sidewalks, a 14-year-old girl can be out prostituting and you would not know that.

    These days, Erica is working to correct that institutional problem. She believes that if police were more sympathetic to certain “offenders,” authorities could shine a light on human trafficking in the Texas area.
     

  • Life With a Foster Family Led Keisha To Years As A Prostitute, Twice on Random Human Trafficking Survivors Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories

    (#12) Life With a Foster Family Led Keisha To Years As A Prostitute, Twice

    For the first 10 years of her life, “Keisha” was raised by her aunt. Then, she was placed in Florida’s foster program. When a member of her foster family began making unwanted advances, 14-year-old Keisha ran away, coming into contact with a man who identified himself as “Mastur D.” 

    According to the Polaris Project, the 26-year-old promised to get Keisha back to her family, but only if she agreed to have sex with other men to raise the money to make it happen. Keisha agreed but was unaware of the abuse he intended to inflict upon her. Mastur D began to beat her and force her to have sex with whomever he wanted.

    A few months later, she was arrested for prostitution. Upon Keisha’s release, she was placed back in the care of her original foster family. That situation led her, once again, to rely on Mastur D to help her return to her family. Then, she was arrested for prostitution a second time. While serving her juvenile sentence, Keisha contacted Polaris to help break the cycle of abuse. 
     

  • Natalie Found No Solace In A Legal Brothel on Random Human Trafficking Survivors Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories

    (#11) Natalie Found No Solace In A Legal Brothel

    When she was 20, Natalie moved to a large city in her native Southeast Asian country. She didn’t know anyone and ended up sleeping in a bus stop. An act of kindness from a stranger, however, allowed Natalie to get a job and a room in a hostel.

    According to Equality Now, one of the friends Natalie made at the hostel took her out to dinner with a stranger. At first, things were fine. Then the friend who’d brought her said he’d gotten a phone call and left the restaurant. When he didn’t come back, the stranger offered to let Natalie wait for her friend at a nearby hotel. The hotel turned out to be a brothel. Natalie had been sold into slavery.

    After a few months, Natalie managed to run away, taking a job in a legal brothel in Australia. There, she was told that she was in debt to the brothel for more than $6,000, arrears that just grew larger over time. She was allowed only three hours of sleep each night, and she wasn’t allowed to turn down any customers. She worked for seven more years until she was able to escape the industry. 
     

  • Phalla’s Grandmother Sold Her Into Prostitution on Random Human Trafficking Survivors Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories

    (#3) Phalla’s Grandmother Sold Her Into Prostitution

    Until the age of 20, Phalla lived a relatively normal life in Cambodia. After her father died, with no one to support her family, she was forced to move in with her grandmother. According to Equality Now, a global network that advocates for gender equality and human rights, the grandmother sold Phalla to a brothel two months later. 

    The grandmother reportedly drove the girl to a brothel in the nearby city, Kampong Som, but Phalla was unaware of her grandmother's intentions. At the brothel, Phalla was locked in a room and assaulted several times a day. Her reality for the next several months included being sold from one brothel to another. 

    Then, she met a man who helped her back to her native Cambodia. It seemed like a new lease on life, but she was soon put to work in a karaoke bar, and her employers sold her to foreign tourists for days at a time. When she tried to leave, she was beaten. It took several more months before she was able to gain her captor’s confidence, escape, and turn herself over to authorities.
     

  • (#10) Alma’s Brother Set Her Down The Path To Sex Trafficking Work

    In 1984, Alma left her hometown of Manila to move to Olongapo City because her brother offered to pay for her education. When she arrived, her brother confessed that he was simply hoping to use her to hook a “rich American” from the nearby military base who might help support Alma’s family.

    Alma refused and instead was forced to take a job as a waitress. According to Equality Now, the bar owner allowed US military and other visitors to pay a “bar-fine” in order to have sex with the establishment's waitresses. Alma was offended, but the bar owner threatened to fire her and withhold her documentation if she didn’t let the men sleep with her. 

    For fear that her children might go hungry, Alma agreed, taking her first step down a path of forced prostitution. She was in bondage for three years until she joined a support group and escaped.

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Human trafficking is an affront to human dignity and a violation of freedom. Whether it is women and children trafficked by terrorists in the Middle East, girls in Central Europe who are lured from their homes and turned into sex slaves, or farm workers exploited in North America. The history of human trafficking has a long history, and governments of all countries are now actively taking all effective measures and methods to stop, expose, and arrest those criminals who traffic in humans and rescue survivors.

It is a long way for these survivors to restore physical and mental health, self-confidence, and independence. Society and government should create a warm environment and opportunities for them to rebuild their lives. The random tool tells true heartbreaking stories shared by 13 human trafficking survivors.

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