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But it was not a count of how many youth are victims of "trafficking'", or involved in the sex trade. Prostitution is often conflated with "trafficking" in these statistics, in part because the definition of trafficking that has been pushed to prominence refers exclusively to "sexual exploitation". In fact, this conflation has found its way into the collection of data: This schism over who gets to define trafficking is about to come to a head for California voters in the form of Proposition 35which, if passed this November, will set higher criminal penalties and fines for those who commit what the authors of the bill define as sex-trafficking, as opposed to labor trafficking.

It will also force those broooks of "trafficking" to register as sex offenders and submit to lifelong internet monitoring — whether or not sex or the internet were involved in their case. There is no question that California is home to several industries where, according to the Freedom Network whose Mflissa organizations employ a human rights-based approach to anti-trafficking workforced labor is known to occur: But what unites the workers in these industries is not "commercial sexual Melissa brooks naked, but the erosion of labor protections and the toughening-up of immigration policies — which makes many more people vulnerable brookks coercion and abuse.

Cindy Liou, staff attorney at the Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreacha Northern California-based project that has worked with hundreds of survivors of human trafficking, is advocating for Californians to vote no on this proposition. It's highly problematic because it does this at the expense of all trafficking victims — it ignores labor trafficking victims. In their report, the ILO categorizes "forced sexual exploitation" as distinct from other kinds of forced labor, which, in some ways, is helpful as not all forced labor involves sex, and in other ways, adds more confusion to the issue because what distinguishes "sex-trafficking" from sexual abuse is its occurrence within a workplace or work relationship.

Still, of the nearly 21 million people the ILO estimates are forced laborers, 4. By contrast, the ILO estimates that 2. But, as in the furor over "sex-trafficking", it would be wrong to let the volume of public outcry stand in for how significant a problem it is — however that issue is defined or ill-defined. Similarly, the push for "real numbers" can also lead us further into the ideological morass that itself defines the trafficking issue. The Construction of Trafficking, cautions: What's lost in the relentless defining and counting are the complex factors behind what is now almost unquestioningly called "trafficking".



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