I feel it is necessary to show images of what marks people have gotten from being trafficked. (I found all these on google so if you want to see more, be careful what you search and know once you see something, you can’t “unsee” it.)
TwirlingintheRain asked, “What are some things young people can do to help fight this crime?” Well, I did a little research (does GMM internet search boopdidityboopboopboop) and came across 10 ways to help “fight this crime.”
This is a poem I wrote a while back from the perspective of a girl trapped in human-trafficking. I hope it’s enlightening. Again, if you have any questions please leave them in the comments. The reason for me starting this blog was to inform and make aware trafficking and a way for me to do that is to answer the burning questions in your mind. Thanks!
Wazzzzzzz up y’all? Yes, I’m from the south and I’m not ashamed to say (type?) “y’all.” Deal with it. So, I feel it is most appropriate to let y’all get to know me a little before you see a bunch of my posts.