December 30-31 || The silent victims of human trafficking
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Nearly every public campaign about the evils of sex trafficking involve child female victims. A majority of victims are female, but there are many male victims, and they are mostly silent. Societal expectations often lead men to feel that they should be “strong” and “assertive” enough to avoid being forced into trafficking — but these stereotypes do a disservice to male victims who may feel trapped in abusive patterns, unable to ask for the help they need. For more information and ways to help these silent victims, read the VIRTUS® article “The Most Silent Victims of Sex Trafficking” at

Read the VIRTUS® article “The Most Silent Victims of Sex Trafficking” here.


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