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Make a donation to 3 Generations, a non-profit organization created by Director Jane Wells to share stories of survivors of human rights abuses around the world. The stories addresses a topic that not enough people want to hear, one that is very difficult to finance. Meanwhile, the pro-prostitution lobby is active, articulate, and well-financed.
Become involved. You can join crowd-sourcing initiatives that help bust sex traffickers. Or you can participate in rescue efforts for young women and girls who long for freedom and recovery.
Director Jane Wells told The Examiner:
“People like to think sex trafficking doesn’t happen in the United States, but the reality is that it’s happening in every town and every city (…)”
Read more on here.
The Imagine Foundation plotted the locations of adult services in the Cincinnati area and found the highest-concentration areas followed interstate highways.
Read the full report on USA Today.
Young boys and men can become victims of the sex industry as well.
Read to the story of Nikolaos Al-Khadra, who was kicked out of his father’s house at age 17 and, within 2 hours, targeted by a pimp and was being raped by his customers.
The Telegraph says the number of British children being trafficked has more than doubled since last year.
Danielle Douglas, one of the survivors featured in TRICKED, considers herself one of the lucky ones. She’s a survivor. As a result, she’s become a passionate advocate for those less fortunate.
Read this story from the perspective of one who was lured into this multi-billion dollar industry, who was once “dead and gone.” Listen to Danielle’s hopes for this film.
“When they come to these kinds of events, the first thing you’re told is how many you’re gonna perform a day…”
For many years, Clemmie Greenlee was trafficked throughout the South, often working large-scale events like the Super Bowl. Abducted and gang-raped at age 12, she was one of eight girls controlled by a ring of pimps, men who injected them with heroin and, at times, kept them handcuffed to beds. For trying to run away, she was once stabbed in the back. Now she’s 53. Hear her story.
Sgt. Dan Steele’s push to target the men who buy sex is at the forefront of a growing trend in American law enforcement based on the idea that the best way to reduce prostitution is to crack down on demand.
The johns are the so-called “guys next door,” and they have a lot to lose if they get busted.
3 Generations is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping survivors tell their stories through film. It was created by TRICKED producer/director Jane Wells, giving survivors of trafficking, genocide, and other atrocities a voice that can bring healing and change.
– Why is nobody talking about them?
Read the Daily Beast article that seeks to understand why the sexual abuse of boys has gone ignored.
PBS NewsHour spoke with the filmmakers about what they discovered while making the film.
“I think there’s a bigger picture which is that the wider culture is being tricked into thinking that maybe prostitution is something that is harmless, and it isn’t,” said Wells.