ESTADÍSTICAS Y RECURSOS
La Fundación Selah Way se dedica no solo a combatir el tráfico sexual y la explotación a través de nuestras tres Iniciativas, sino también a proporcionarle soluciones. Poder reconocer las señales de advertencia y acceder a los recursos es vital para evitar el abuso de la próxima generación.
Los principales indicadores de trata / explotación sexual
Signos o antecedentes de abuso emocional, sexual u otro abuso físico, enfermedades de transmisión sexual
Apariencia inexplicable de regalos caros, ropa u otros artículos costosos
Presencia de un niño / novia mayor
Menor en compañía de un tercero controlador
Falta de conocimiento sobre una determinada comunidad o paradero
Moretones y lesiones, signos de marca / tatuajes
Fugitivo / sin hogar
Mentir sobre la edad, dar una identificación falsa y / o ninguna identificación
Historias bien ensayadas y / o inconsistentes
Estadísticas de tráfico sexual *
1 de cada 10 niños son abusados sexualmente. En Selah Freedom, la mayoría de los sobrevivientes informan haber sido abusados sexualmente cuando eran niños.
Muchos de los sobrevivientes en Selah Freedom informan que hubo abusos sexuales entre los 2 y 4 años de edad.
Se venden 2 millones de niños cada año a través del tráfico sexual
El tráfico sexual de niños ha sido reportado en los 50 estados.
Estadísticamente, la edad promedio de los niños que huyen y entran en el tráfico sexual es de 15-17 años. En Selah Freedom, muchos sobrevivientes informan haber ingresado al tráfico sexual entre las edades de 12-14.
Dentro de las 48 horas de haber huido, 1 de cada 3 niños son solicitados para tener relaciones sexuales.
Las víctimas se pueden vender 15-40 veces cada 24 horas.
Se necesitan entre 7 y 8 puntos de contacto con una víctima antes de que esté lista para recibir atención.
La pornografía recibe más visitantes cada mes que Netflix, Amazon y Twitter combinados.
1 de cada 9 niños recibe solicitación sexual en línea.
Los traficantes reclutan niños para el tráfico sexual a través de relaciones cercanas ("amistad")
Los traficantes han hecho hasta $ 1.6 millones por año con sus víctimas.
Sex Trafficking es una industria de $ 99 mil millones de dólares.
Florida se encuentra en los tres primeros estados del país por tráfico sexual
Chicago se encuentra entre las cinco principales ciudades del país por tráfico sexual
Milwaukee ha sido considerado el "Harvard para proxenetas"
Books for Adults
Discover how to protect the next generation and step into the freedom you were created for in our CEO/Co-Founder Elizabeth Melendez Fisher Good's book, Groomed.
Keep Your Child Safe From Secrets - Learn how to protect your child from sexual abuse with this easy-to-read book. This book covers a wide range of topics on sexual abuse in children and it provides information to help parents recognize ways children are at risk for abuse This book will also teach you how to deal with the aftermath of sexual abuse and help your child heal from the trauma.
Men! Fight For Me: exposes the harsh realities facing vulnerable populations to these criminal enterprises and explores the transformative role of authentic masculinity. By Alan Smyth & Jessica Midkiff
Parental Controls & Talking To Your Kids About Sex Trafficking
The Cool Aunt Series is more than an online course, it's an experience that can be done from the comfort of your home using any smart device. Using engaging and age-appropriate cinema, storytelling, lecture, and questions, the series walks teens through the STREAMS of Influence- - the 7 risk factors that lead to sex trafficking: Survival, Trafficker, Recruiter, Environment, Abuse, Media, and Solicitation.
Did you know that your child's cell phone is set by default to allow pornography and explicit content and that even Siri can be a portal to predators and dangerous content on the web? Check out how you can set parental control on your iPhone or Android.
Photos taken and posted can also automatically contain "geotags" which can help predators track and locate your children. Click here to learn how to remove geotag settings.
Click here to view Frontier's Parental Controls Guide for a step-by-step breakdown of how to set up controls on video games, your browsers, and more.
Click here for a guide on Parental Controls for television.
Click here to set up safety controls across all devices using Canopy technology.
Movies For Parents
Resources for Children & Tweens
Watch Internet Safety and take a short quiz for ways to talk to your child(ren)/tweens about this topic.
Watch Protect Yourself - Recognize the Signs
Watch Protect Yourself Rules - Smart Choices Online
Info and Conversation Starters
Surprises vs. Secrets - Learn practical guidelines on how to talk to your small children about safe touch and the difference between surprises and harmful secrets.
Conversations To Have With Young Children - Learn conversations to have by age for young children. Teaching children rules helps keep them safe, but it’s hard to know how to say things so that your child will understand. You know your child best, but here are some guidelines about what to tell kids of different ages about how to stay safe from sexual abuse.
Clicker The Cat by Kyla Cullinane - Do you want to raise a confident child who can manage screen time successfully? Screens are everywhere but they don't have to control your kids. Empower them to use their screens wisely and create good electronic habits! This book series reaches kids at their level with a fun, engaging, and educational story about balancing screen time.
Good Pictures, Bad Pictures by Kristen Jensen - Young children deserve to be armed early against internet dangers. Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. makes it easy for parents to protect their young kid's ages 3 to 6. Using gentle, age-appropriate messages, children will learn to Turn, Run & Tell when they are accidentally exposed to inappropriate content.
Resources for Middle & High School Students
Chosen - Learn the shocking true story of two teen girls tricked by traffickers. Brianna, 18, was a star student, cheerleader, and waitress eager to break out of her small town to attend college in the big city. Lacy, 13, enjoyed church and school but struggled to help care for her siblings while her stepfather was deployed and her mother worked to support the family. Brianna and Lacy share how traffickers used manipulation to lure them into the world of sex trafficking.
Sexual Abuse In The Family - Sexual abuse can come from a relative or family member. We can see what that relationship might look like, how it might feel, and how to see your way out of it.
Online Sexual Abuse Can Happen - Kim finds that sexual abuse can happen in a relationship online/over text and shows how to navigate a relationship where your boundaries aren't respected.
Resources for High School & College Students
The Hunting Ground - Scrutinizing the gamut of elite Iives, state universities, and small colleges, filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering reveal an endemic system of institutional cover-ups, rationalizations, victim-blaming, and denial that creates perfect storm conditions for predators to prey with impunity. Meanwhile, the film captures mavericks Andrea Pino and Annie Clark, survivors who are taking matters into their own hands—ingeniously employing Title IX legal strategy to fight back and share their knowledge among a growing, unstoppable network of young women who will no longer be silent. Since the film’s premiere at Sundance, it had been screened at the White House and on hundreds of college campuses across the country. The documentary has inspired new laws in New York and California and changes in campus policies.
Sugar Babies - Katie Woods just transferred from community college to Montlake University for their renowned art history program, but campus life is proving more expensive than Katie anticipated. In class, she meets Tessa and is introduced to Tessa’s high-class, expensive lifestyle… all paid for by her older, and richer, boyfriend Leo. While impressed by Tessa’s cultured tastes, Katie is skeptical about the relationships Tessa and her friends pursue– until Katie gets the opportunity of a lifetime to study in Florence, but realizes there is no way she can afford to go. She agrees to Tessa’s suggestion to join her on a double date and, against her better instincts, finds herself falling for Giles, a British businessman who is handsome, successful, and able to write a check to make Katie’s dreams of Florence come true. But Katie soon realizes that having a Sugar Daddy comes at its own price. Alyson Stoner, Tiera Skovbye star.
Same Gender, Different Story - This movie shares the story of a teen boy and how he was trafficked. It also shows how staff suspected something was going on but because of the stereotype “Boys Will Be Boys,” many signs were looked past.
Discover how to protect yourself and step into the freedom you were created for in our CEO/Co-Founder Elizabeth Melendez Fisher Good's book, Groomed.
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Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018. United Nations Publication, Dec. 2018, www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/glotip/2018/GLOTiP_2018_BOOK_web_small.pdf.
The Issues: Child Sex Trafficking. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, www.missingkids.com/theissues/trafficking.
Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: Forced Labour and Forced Marriage. International Labour Organization, Walk Free Foundation, 2017.
Fisher, Nicole. Human Trafficking Is In Plain Sight. Are You Supporting It Without Knowing?Forbes, 28 Sept. 2017, www.forbes.com/sites/nicolefisher/2017/04/24/human-trafficking-in-plain-sight/#720b59ec51f8.
The State of the World's Children 2006; Excluded and Invisible. UNICEF, Dec. 2005, www.unicef.org/sowc06/pdfs/sowc06_fullreport.pdf.
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2) Center for Missing and Exploited Children http://www.missingkids.com/theissues/trafficking 3) Murphy, Laura. Loyola University and Modern Slavery Research Project (2017). Labor and Sex Trafficking Amoung Homeless Youth. http://voicesforflorida.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Loyola-Research-Results.pdf
Townsend, Catherine. Estimating a Child Sexual Abuse Prevalance Rates for Practitioners. Darkness 2 Light, Aug. 2013, www.d2l.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/PREVALENCE-RATE-WHITE-PAPER-D2L.pdf.
1.) The Issues: Child Sex Trafficking. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, www.missingkids.com/theissues/trafficking.
2.) Bouche, Vanessa. A Report on the Use of Technology to Recruit, Groom and Sell Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims. THORN, Jan. 2015, www.thorn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Survivor_Survey_r5.pdf. 3.) 2017 Statistics from the Human Trafficking Hotline and BeFree Textline. Polaris, 2017, polarisproject.org/sites/default/files/2017NHTHStats (1).pdf.
UNICEF Unite: Fast Facts. UNICEF, www.unicefusa.org/sites/default/files/Fast Facts UNICEF USA.pdf.
Dank, Meredith, et al. Estimating the Size and and Structure of the Underground Commercial Sex Economy in Eight Major US Cities. Urban Institute, 12 Mar. 2014, www.urban.org/research/publication/estimating-size-and-structure-underground-commercial-sex-economy-eight-major-us-cities.
Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Dec. 2018, www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/glotip/2018/GLOTiP_2018_BOOK_web_small.pdf.
Madigan, Sheri, et al. The Prevalence of Unwanted Online Sexual Exposure and Solicitation Among Youth: A Meta-Analysis. Elsevier Inc. , Aug. 2018, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29921546.
Monto, Martin, and Nick McRee. “A Comparison of the Male Customers of Female Street Prostitutes with National Samples of Men.” Vol. 49, no. 5, Oct. 2005, pp. 505–29., journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0306624X04272975.
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Can You Guess 2018's Most Viewed Categories on the Largest Porn Site? Fight the New Drug, 9 July 2019, fightthenewdrug.org/pornhub-visitors-in-2018-and-review-of-top-searches/.
Kleinman, Alexis. Porn Sites Get More Visitors Each Month Than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter Combined. HuffPost, 4 May 2013, www.huffpost.com/entry/internet-porn-stats_n_3187682.
Farley, Melissa. “Renting an Organ for Ten Minutes: What Tricks Tell Us about Prostitution, Pornography, and Trafficking.” Pornography: Driving the Demand in International Sex Trafficking, edited by David E. Guinn and Julie DiCaro, Xlibris, 2007, 145.
1) National Center on Sexual Exploitation https://endsexualexploitation.org/wp-content/uploads/NCOSE_Pornography-PublicHealth_ResearchSummary_8-2_17_FINAL-with-logo.pdf 2) CPYU's Digital Kid's Initiative https://digitalkidsinitiative.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Children_and_Pornography_Factsheet-Revised-August-2014.pdf
Laurenskids.org; Journal of Family Medicine
Child Crime Prevention & Safety Center