Meet the Researchers Developing Apps to Educate People About Sex Trafficking

Cover image credit to West Virginia University, retrieved from 5-minute read.

When Kimberly Weller got a job at a spa in Bradenton, Florida, she knew she wasn’t hired as a massage therapist. The brothel charged $60 for an hour with Kimberly, and she kept half plus any tips, at one point making up to $700 dollars a day.

Kimberly had never heard the term “sex trafficking” but she noticed that nearly every girl working in the brothel shared a similar story to her. They had been sexually abused as children, too.

Later, Kimberly said that if a teacher had

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