Sex Trafficking Isn’t What You Think It Is
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Sex Trafficking Isn’t What You Think It Is | Meghan Sobel | TEDxMileHighWomen (YouTube|13:39)
Link to Video -> https://youtu.be/wyhF7q3_bpk
Professor Meghan Sobel defines sex trafficking as not how Hollywood expresses it to be. Professor Sobel explains, “When I first started studying sex trafficking in 2008, I thought it meant girls were kidnapped and chained to beds.” In this TEDx Talk, she homes in on the true identity of sex trafficking. She believes that in order to combat sex trafficking, we must first understand what it truly is.
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