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Nadia and her family were living in a new world of fear.Isis told everyone to gather in the primary school and from there, they said, they would take them to Mount Sinjar – a holy place, regarded as sacred by Yazidis. The highly-acclaimed movie "Don Jon," for example, highlighted what is a reality for many couples and families: that addiction to porn tears men away from their girlfriends, spouses, and children. Again, the Senate and President Obama should take the House's lead in protecting victims of sex trafficking.However, like any industry, demand is what creates supply.Departmental spokesperson Geoffrey van der Merwe said preliminary investigations implicated three educators, who were subsequently placed on "precautionary" suspension.The DA in Northern Cape has also expressed its outrage on the "crisis at the school"."Allegations that educators have impregnated these girls, and have offered the girls money, must be investigated swiftly by both the South African Police Services (SAPS) and the provincial department of education," spokesperson Safiyia Stanfley said in a statement on Thursday.According to FTND CEO Clay Olsen, "porn fuels the demand for the sex trade" in a way often not seen by those who view porn."Traffickers have learned to package their product in a way that disguises the fact that the 'performers' are forced to participate," said Olsen.

Following is information that may be of assistance to child protection system stakeholders who are working with these vulnerable children and youth.By Sally Williams On the morning of August 15, 2014, Nadia Murad, then 21, was summoned to the local school with everyone else from Kocho, a small Yazidi village on the Nineveh Plains in northwest Iraq.Isis militants had taken control of Kocho two weeks before.As long as America's men are being trained to think that violent, disturbing pornography is sexually acceptable, an enormous clientele for sex traffickers is being created every day in homes, college dorms, and apartments across the nation.Strippers are easiest of all people to make fun of. And they will hopefully join several laws signed by President Obama last year.

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