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Unique Gurl, YOU Need to Know!


Human Trafficking and Child Sexual Abuse

Hey Unique Gurls,

January was National Slavery and Human Trafficking Month. Some of you may know that around the United States, in rich or poor areas girls, boys, and adults are being held by force to do hard labor and to perform sexual acts and sexual acts on illegal video streaming. 78% of the images and videos analyzed by have children under 12, with 68% of those being under the age of 8 years old. 80% of these children forced to do these illegal sex acts in videos and streaming are girls. There are millions of girls who want to live as Unique Gurls who are forced to be abused, raped, and even beaten on video for sale around the world. This doesn’t even begin to mention the girls at home, in our neighborhoods, who are being forced by people they know to do sexual acts and/or endure physical abuse.

Human Trafficking Stages

Human trafficking usually consists of three stages. In the first stage, the victims are recruited; in the second, they are transported; and in the third, they are exploited.

Stage One- Recruiting can mean being invited to a place, an event, a new friendship, or a new life.

Stage Two- Transported means a forced move where your parents, friends, and the police will not easily find you. Being Transported can even be within your own town or city. Transported can also mean being kidnapped or taken away.

Stage Three- Exploited means, in this case, being forced and used for money, sex, or both.

Child Sexual Abuse Stages

Child Sexual Abuse usually consists of three stages. In the first stage, the child victim is groomed; in the second, isolated; and in the third, she is exploited.

Stage One- Groomed (Sexually) means to be treated in a special way with gifts and attention in order to deceive and force you (a girl) into being used for sex and/or physical abuse.

Stage Two- Isolated means to be separated from your family, friends, and others in your life in order to be used for sex without witnesses. Isolation can also be used to deceive and confuse you about the Groomer/Abuser having ‘romantic’ feelings about you, but you are a victim of a crime.

Stage Three- Exploited means being forced into sex (this is rape and a crime); the Groomer knows this.

Listen, Unique Gurls, you must tell someone if you are being approached or being abused right now by a Human Trafficker or a Sexual Groomer. No matter the nice things he says or what threats he makes, what he is doing is hurting you and a criminal act he or she knows it. You are valuable, and no one needs to take you for sex to show you. No one needs to take you away for you to be special or valuable; your value is already in you.

Tell your parents, a trusted adult, police, or call or text if you need help to one of the numbers below.

Emergency: 911

RAINN.ORG: 1-800-656-4673

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline 988


Believing in YOU,


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