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Apr 22, 2013 · Women sex trafficking other women: the problem is getting worse More and more women are luring victims into prostitution, with the UK considered fertile ground. So what can be done?Author: Julie Bindel. Additionally, reports indicate the chaotic conditions in the camps render children, especially girls and young women, particularly vulnerable to sex trafficking. Pimps and “fixers” in the refugee camps sell them to men from all walks of life — from university students to local government officials.

The Health Problems That Face Sex Trafficking Victims and Survivors. CancerINCYTES February 27, 2014 [victims of sex trafficking] are forced to work during menstruation. – Rebecca Bender The Health Problems That Face Sex Trafficking Victims and Survivors was originally published @ Cancer inCYTES Blog and has been syndicated with Author: Cancerincytes. The Women's Rights Committee of the European Parliament has estimated that as many as 500,000 women are brought into the European Union each year. Whilst some are recruited from the sex industry, most are abducted, sometimes under cover of "mail-order bride" and entertainment industry agencies.