The Ugly Truth: Most prostituted people entered the sex trade while still in their teens, after fleeing abusive homes. They’re coerced by pimps and johns who too often abuse them. And without economic support, breaking free is more difficult than you might think.
The Ugly Truth: Stories about human trafficking are often set in far-away places, but it happens all over the world, including in the United States. Human trafficking victims have been found working in restaurants, hotels, nail salons, and shops in small towns and booming cities. Wherever you live, human trafficking has taken place there.