‘Sex Slaves’ Or ‘sex Workers’? Cross-cultural and relative Religious views on Sexuality, Subjectivity, and Moral Identity in Anti-sex Trafficking Discourse

‘Sex Slaves’ Or ‘sex Workers’? Cross-cultural and relative Religious views on Sexuality, Subjectivity, and Moral Identity in Anti-sex Trafficking Discourse

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The international trafficking in ladies and kids (chiefly girls) for prostitution and intercourse work has grown to become a multi-billion buck industry in recent years, particularly in components of Southern and Southeast Asia. The various entities engaged in anti-sex trafficking efforts have sharply disagreed about a variety of issues, including a basic definition of sex trafficking and the appropriate strategies for combating it despite their common goal to eliminate or diminish the sex trafficking industry and assist the victims.

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