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Human Trafficking: Black Girls Are Sex Dolls

February 2, 2018


The third blog post of 2018 and we're not skipping a beat! The topic of the month is slavery and human trafficking so let's get into this blog piece. I know the title is shocking especially when the hot topic of the moment is realistic looking sex dolls but in this blog you will understand the grim reality of the comparison between Black Girls and sex dolls. According to the Black Women’s Blueprint “60% of Black Women will be sexually abused by the age of 18.” Since most crimes are committed by people in the victim’s environment and most Black people live in Black communities who do you think are doing the sexual abuse? 


When it comes to victims of human trafficking Black girls suffer the worse as well. "Sex trafficking victims are overwhelmingly female (94 percent)." Meaning the ones who are being used and abused for men’s discretion based on sex and profit are female. Don’t get it twisted, these aren’t willing participants and the majority of them are not over the age of 18. This means we are losing young Black Girls to Black male sexual predators in their own communities to be used as lifeless objects . . . sex dolls.


"About 13 percent of confirmed sex trafficking victims are 25 or older."


Like sex dolls Black Girl’s innocence are being collected like antique porcelain dolls by sadistic perverse men who should be gatekeepers controlling who comes into the community but instead these men are gatekeepers trying to keep Black Girls inside the community to be helpless hopeless victims. These men are unsuspected because they don’t look like invaders or outsiders. They are called friends, brothers, uncles, fathers, boyfriends, lovers etc. Most of the confirmed buyers and sellers of girls used as sex dolls are "male (81%), while 19% are female." Like dolls the victims of sex trafficking are forced to keep the silence of theirtorment to themselves. Covered with loyalty, lies and toxicity playing sacrifice to the grime reapers from cradle to grave.


So the question now becomes how can we as a ccommunity combat this issue of saving our girls and casting out the predators? First off, we need to be real about what we're dealing with and who they are. This means being honest with ourselves about sexual trauma and who are the ones violating us. This means you who is reading this have a better chance of running into a woman who was raped or molested or assaulted than not. As RAINN stated, "1 out of 6 women will experience an attempted rape or a complete rape in their lifetime." Most crimes are committed by people we know whether that means in the community or in our race. Simply, these sexual crimes are committed by mostly Black men. These men are our friends, brothers, uncles, fathers, boyfriends, lovers etc. 


If we care about ourselves and the future of the girls in our community we must be relentless about educating these boys and men on consent and affects of sexual violence on Black women and girls. We must hold boys and men accountable and severely punish them when they do violate girls and women. "More than half (62 percent) of confirmed sex trafficking suspects are African American." We must not silence these girls and women but celebrate their bravery when they come forward without victim blaming or questioning their trauma. If we want safer communities where we can thrive and be watered to be beautiful, healthy, balanced and trauma free girls and women we MUST be honest about what's going on in Black communities when it comes to Black girls being treated like sex dolls.


Special Acknowledgement: Demoiselle2Femme


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