Sex Trafficking




Barbara Amaya ran away at the age of 12 after being abused by family members. She was taken in on the streets of Washington, DC by a couple who seemed nice, but ended up selling her into human trafficking. She was used for months and then sold to a man named Moses who took her to New York and continued to traffic her for many years. Now Barbara fights for other victims of human trafficking and to change policies that treat victims as criminals.

Barbara is an anti-trafficking advocate, speaker, trainer, author and survivor leader in the movement to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking. She has been actively raising awareness of the sexual exploitation of children and domestic sex trafficking since 2012.




Sex trafficking is human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation, including sexual slavery. A victim is forced, in one of a variety of ways, into a situation of dependency on their trafficker(s) and then used by said trafficker(s) to give sexual services to customers. There are three types of activities defined as sex trafficking crimes: acquisition, transportation and exploitation.  It includes prostitution, child sex, minor sex trafficking and other kinds of sex commerce. Sex trafficking is one of the biggest criminal businesses in the world.



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1 Response to Sex Trafficking

  1. Kathy Mitchell says:

    The saddest development is the sex exploitation of young children. This horrific sin has been going on for decades but new revelations will be exposed that show these Satanic pedophiles have also been sacrificing babies and children for Satan. God protect us from this evil!

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