National Research


Youth Involvement in the Sex Trade 

A guide to legal models so simple even swerfs can understand it. 

Consequences of Policing Prostitution: An Analysis of Individuals Arrested and Prosecuted for Commercial Sex in New York City  By Sonja Dolinsek April 11, 2017

Research Summary | The Role of Sex Work Stigma in Victim Blaming and Empathy of Sexual Assault Survivors– 2017

Fact Sheet | Minority Stress & Sex Work: Understanding Stress and Internalized Stigma-2017

Killed By Police 2017 2013 – 2014 – 2015 – 2016

 Prostitution, hours, job amenities and education- Scott Cunningham, Todd D. Kendall, March 8th 2017

Resistance to Sex Work Stigma (2017) by Ronal Weitner 

Additional reflections on sex work stigma Ronald Weitzer of George Washington University, USA

How Attorney Pamela Price failed Celeste Guap

Should Prostitution Be Legal? by John S Kiernan  |  Sep 1, 2016  

Addressing the FBI and Polaris Project regarding their failed approach in Super Bowl sex trafficking fight- 2016

SCSU sociologist Dr. Alan Brown on sex work By Andrew Stewart on January 25, 2016

Learn Human Trafficking From Home  by TARA BURNS on OCTOBER 28, 2014

 Human Trafficking Offenses and Clearances by State, 2015  If you add up the columns, you will find that the total number of sex trafficking victims REPORTED was 744, of which 310 were confirmed victims, and of those, 3 were minors. Of the remaining “human trafficking victims” 219 were for involuntary servitude, of which 77 were confirmed. (remember- the government does NOT conduct sting operations on hotels, restaurants, etc. where human trafficking victims could be found)