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- Srey Mao, prostitute Steinfatt, a professor at the University of Miami, said the figure of 1,058 is still an accurate estimate of the number of sex trafficking victims in the country.Although he has been criticised by some anti-sex-slavery activists for producing such a low figure, he is the only researcher to have systematically canvassed Cambodia seeking out brothels and collecting data on the women and girls inside."Sex trafficking is actually one of the smaller portions of trafficking," he said.Months in the Afesip shelter did not change her mind.She claims that after she arrived at the shelter, she was not given access to anti-retroviral drugs for five days or allowed to see her family.The red dirt road is sort of an upside-down shaped U.The brothels are about one hundred feet apart from one another."Much more [trafficking] goes on in labour or domestic work.
I sat at a table drinking a beer for a few hours and watched the traffic go up and down the road and I only seen Cambodia men and boys cruising the road.workers who had been rounded up off the street during a police raid and sent to Afesip, headed by the internationally renowned anti-sex-slavery crusader Somaly Mam with funding from the foundation that bears her name.They said they were confined there for months as purported victims of sex trafficking.The majority of these cases involved women who had fallen into debt to their brothels, or prostitutes under the age of 18.
These are both abhorrent and illegal, but they are a far cry from the extreme scenarios Mam often invoked - girls put in cages, tortured with electricity, having their eyes gouged out by pimps."We never encountered any such thing, and we certainly looked for it," the study's author, Thomas Steinfatt, said this week. In terms of people tortured, I think they've been watching too many movies." Very often, during our short break for lunch, Afesip staff and sometimes Mam Somaly came to us and told us to tell donors and foreigners who would come to visit shelters that we were victims of human trafficking.
The area in question is called chicken farm (red light street) that offer more than 1000 Cambodian and Vietnamese girls.