What does the face of a pimp look like? Is he the kind of man who operates out of a dilapidated warehouse or has his girls on the street corners of that part of town—someone who only shows himself when darkness crawls in?
For Antonia “Neet” Childs, that face belonged to a man that could easily be a work colleague or fraternity brother from your college days. She was a victim of the sex trafficking trade. With a daily revenue of 87 million dollars, this industry sees between 200,000 to 300,000 teens trafficked within the U.S. every year. Most of them are 12 to 14-years-old. Childs was 16.
HOW SWEET IT IS: From Sex Trafficking Victim to Success StoryIn Awareness, Forced Prostitution, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Sex Trafficking on March 31, 2013 at 3:22 pm