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Stuck in Traffick
Prostitute. Call Girl. Lady of the Night. Streetwalker.
Society stamps a negative label on the women of this dangerous criminal industry. However, a fine line must be drawn between the women doing it by choice and the victims who have no choice.
Sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. There are more than 100,000 minors forced into the sex trade every year in the U.S., with an average age of only 13. They are first recruited, forced, coerced, or abducted by a pimp or his workers. Then they are beaten, raped, brainwashed, and treated as commodities.
Slavery in the form of sex trafficking is among us in a hidden and quiet fashion. It's in our neighborhoods and in our malls. It's in our suburbs, it's leaking into our schools, and it's all over the Internet. Education and awareness are the best tools we have at stopping this heinous crime.
"Stuck in Traffick" is an award-winning documentary that sheds light on the underground world of sex trafficking in the United States and what can be done to help these victims.
Nominated - Outstanding Student Production (Rocky Mountain EMMY Awards, 2010), Winner - Best Student Film (DOCUTAH, 2010), Winner - 1st Place Long Form Student Documentary (BEA Awards, 2011), Winner - 1st Place Man's Inhumanity to Man competition
Rocky Mountain EMMY Awards 2010, DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival 2010, Fans of Film Global Film Festival 2010, BEA Festival of Media Arts 2011, Man's Inhumanity to Man 2012