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Human trafficking is a major issue in Thailand, due to low government powers. Often times young children are kidnapped and taken away and sold off to become laborers and forced into prostitution.
More often than sometimes, these children are within the ages of 11 and 21. The majority of victims tend to be female, simply because of the prostitution. Once the children are kidnapped they are taken off to an unknown secluded location.
Often times, the children, teens and women are sold off to "owners" where they will either be worked to death or forced into prostitution to make money for their owners. Typically the females are forcefully prostituted and the males are hard laborers.
The victims have a very small chance of hope. Most times their owners will drug them up so these women have no way to know whats going on, to the point to where they are willing to let anything happen.
Human slavery is a HUGE factor of human trafficking. To be honest, some of the clothes, food and basic necessities you may use on a regular basis were most likely created forcefully by young men and women.
Poverty, lack of employment opportunities, lack of knowledge and information, language barriers, weak law enforcement from government, unequal gender roles, and community and family pressures to employ children are the main factors why human trafficking keeps arising each day. This need to be stopped.
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