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Sex trafficking occurs when emotional manipulation, force, deception, threats or assault are used to influence a person to perform sexual acts against their will.
Sex trafficking occurs when a person's boyfriend makes that person feel loved, buys them nice things but then convinces them to have sex with others.
Sex trafficking occurs when a person convinces another person to perform sexual acts that they would not otherwise perform with the veiled promise that they would acquire new friends
For some teens who have suffered abuse from the hands of family members, they may seek escape by running away from home. As a result, they are more likely to end up homeless, and may choose a life style of prostitution in order to “make ends meet,” financially.
These youth are more inclined to be placed into foster homes or group homes, and are also more likely to run away. Pimps also attract children by targeting them in group homes, promising them gifts, a sense of belonging, and a place where they will be loved, as well as encouraging them with presents and gifts, all the while grooming them for a life of prostitution.
Some of the common signs that a young person may be the victim of Human Sex Trafficking might include:
This list is not exhaustive and not all human sex trafficked victims will display all the above characteristics.
However, if you have concerns about the activities of a young person, or suspect or know a young person who is engaged in forced sexual relationships in Moncton, Dieppe, Riverview or surrounding areas, please,
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