After watching a movie called Trade (go watch it!) a few weeks ago, I realized how little I actually knew about the subject of sex trafficking, and that I had to express myself somehow about it. I hope this speaks for itself.
This is a very good piece. I think I will probably look up that film. I know a little bit about the situation, but not that much, and it's something that I think people should probably be much better informed about.
Good concept.Inmy countrymany girlsare kidnappedto be sold asprostitutesorsex slaves.Manyof them disappearmysteriously and then, they'refound deadseveral days later. A few days agoa girlwas found dead whomysteriouslydisappeared.Shewent to a supposedjob interview, but in the end it was fake.Since that moment shewas held captivefor 11 daysby a horribleman whomayhavebeen associatedwith a sextrafficking network. At least thatwas the first thingwas suspected. Also, several years ago, a womanalso mysteriously disappeared and her motherisstilllooking for her.Probablyshe has beenkidnapped and sold as a prostitute. In Latin Americathere are many gangsthat "work" insextrafficking. Here in Argentina are almost everywhere, it'so creepy!!! But anyway, our corrupt government never does anything tostop it.
I'm sorry but you're wrong, sex trafficking is included in the umbrella term "human trafficking" (it includes forced prostitution, labour and organs) which is a crime in Finland. And it do happen in Finland since it happens in Sweden (my country). Here's a Finnish page about human trafficking and what it involves: www.humantrafficking.fi
There is sex trafficking in Finland and your country is also a transit country for people coming from Russia and the Baltic.