W.O.N’s Anti-Sex Trafficking movement is unique to many others as we seek to address the underlying cause, gender equalities and the objectification of women. Society as a whole continues to place higher economic and social values on men than on women and equates a women’s value with the sexual services she can provide, therefore women will always be more vulnerable to sex trafficking than men. Women are seen as a lesser class.
W.O.N’s goal to improve economic empowerment of women and girls the world over would certainly reduce the risk of trafficking. www.womenofnow.today
HOW do we STOP this epidemic? Sex- trafficking operates on principles of supply and demand. It all comes down to men. We need our men to be trained to stand up and defend and protect women and children. W.O.N realizes that in order to Prevent sex trafficking it requires exploration of the root causes.