Sex Trafficking of Women for the Production of Pornography(2010)
Women used in the production of commercial pornography in the U.S. are often subjected to violence and coercion during filming. Often they protest and try to stop the filming or back-out before filming begins. Their protests are ignored or they are pressured by their agent or the director to continue. Their experiences of coercion and trickery often meet the criteria for sex trafficking.
- sex trafficking,
- human trafficking,
- Social and Behavioral Sciences,
- Clinical Psychology,
- Community Psychology,
- Social Psychology,
- Social Work,
- Civic and Community Engagement,
- Community-Based Learning,
- Community-Based Research,
- Gender and Sexuality,
- Inequality and Stratification,
- Politics and Social Change and
- Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance
Publication DateJuly 1, 2010
Citation InformationHughes, Donna M. (July 1, 2010). Sex trafficking of women for the production of pornography. Citizens Against Trafficking.
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