Invisible Men: Male Victims of Sex Trafficking

Looking For The Light

Posted by Michelle Lillie | 2014

I want to see the day when men are supported when we think of Sexual Assault and Sex Trafficking. The numbers are staggering and if we sit by change can’t take place.  M

Men are the most overlooked victims of sex trafficking. The International Labor Organization (ILO) reported that 98 percent of people trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation are women, but what about the other two percent? Male survivors of sex trafficking are the silent victims of an already hidden crime. Rarely does the public hear about cases of male sex trafficking and due to feelings of shame or humiliation, victims are unlikely to report the crime. As the number of people forced into human trafficking has increased, so has the number of male victims.
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