Child sex trafficking involves the giving or receiving of anything of value (money, shelter, food, clothing, drugs, etc.) to any person in exchange for a sex act with someone under the age of 18. It is experienced by children of all ages, races, and socio-economic circumstances and occurs in urban, suburban, rural communities, and land-based nations and other tribal communities. The new webpages provide information about child sex trafficking including basic definitions, things you might not know, risk factors, and its impact. Along with the webpages, there are several resources that offer information about who is vulnerable to trafficking, experiences that youth who have been trafficked have gone through, and misconceptions and facts to clarify this complex issue.
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