Books capture and control of sex slaves

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Shandra Woworuntu: My life as a sex-trafficking victim

I was sold into sexual slavery | Human trafficking | The Guardian

Mouse over the images of the book covers to reveal a button to click to learn more about the book and purchase it. Slavery is not a crime confined to the far reaches of history. It is an injustice that continues to entrap twenty-seven million people across the globe. Laura Murphy offers close to forty survivor narratives from Cambodia, Ghana, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mexico, Russia, Thailand, Ukraine, and the United States, detailing the horrors of a system that forces people to work without pay and against their will, under the threat of violence, with little or no means of escape. Representing a variety of circumstances in diverse contexts, these survivors are the Frederick Douglasses, Sojourner Truths, and Olaudah Equianos of our time, testifying to the widespread existence of a human rights tragedy and the urgent need to address it. Through storytelling and firsthand testimony, this anthology shapes a twenty-first-century narrative that many believe died with the end of slavery in the Americas.

I was sold into sexual slavery

She was in a camp for internally displaced Yazidis near Dohuk, Iraq. By Rukmini Callimachi. DOHUK, Iraq — Locked inside a room where the only furniture was a bed, the year-old learned to fear the sunset, because nightfall started the countdown to her next rape. Soon after buying her, the fighter brought the teenage girl a round box containing four strips of pills, one of them colored red. He gave me one box per month.
On holiday in Greece as a year-old, Megan Stephens fell in love. But her boyfriend turned out to be a pimp who trafficked her for six years. She tells her story to Elizabeth Day.