The Super Bowl’s Biggest Losers: The Boys and Girls Being Sold for Sex 20 Times a Day

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The Super Bowl’s Biggest Losers: The Boys and Girls Being Sold for Sex 20 Times a Day | By John W. Whitehead

There can only be one winner emerging from this year’s Super Bowl LIV showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, but the biggest losers will be the hundreds of young girls and boys-some as young as 9 years old-who will be bought and sold for sex during the course of the big game.

Human Trafficking Signal for LEOs

Though it is based on American Sign Language, it is used worldwide to signal that rescue is needed. What is human trafficking? How do you make the signal? What do you do if you see the signal in the USA? What do you do if you just suspect human trafficking in the USA?

FBI Recovers 168 Children From Sex-Trafficking Rings Across the U.S.

The weeklong operation took place in more than 100 cities

Who buys a trafficked child for sex? Otherwise ordinary men.

More than 1 million children, according to the International Labour Organization, are exploited each year in the commercial sex trade. IndyStar columnist Tim Swarens, through the support of a Society of Professional Journalists fellowship, spent more than a year investigating a lucrative business where children are abused with low risk to buyers or traffickers, despite tougher laws and heightened international awareness of the scourge.