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In the last 15 years, terms such as prostitution, sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, modern-day slavery, and sex work have elicited much confusion and debate as to their definitions.
Consequently several challenges have emerged for both law enforcement in the prosecution of criminals and practitioners in service provision. This article reviews the state of the literature with regard to domestic, sexual exploitation among women and girls in the United States and seeks to 1 provide definitions and describe the complexity of all terms relating to domestic sexual exploitation of women and girls in the United States, 2 explore available national prevalence data according to the definitions provided, and 3 review the evidence of mental health, social, and structural risk factors at the micro-, mezzo-, and macrolevels.
The Trafficking Victims Protection Act TVPA of defines a sex trafficking victim as a person induced to perform a commercial sex act through force, fraud, or coercion regardless of citizenship or national origin 22 U.
Numerous overlapping yet contrasting terms such as sex trafficking, prostitution, survival sex, sexual exploitation, and sex work provide much confusion and many challenges in victim identification, in large part because of the theoretical and philosophical perspectives influencing these concepts. Recent studies in the United States have focused on understanding the prevalence and risk factors of sexually exploited women and girls, yet there is still a dearth of information to comprehensively serve women and girls.
In order to fully understand the complexity and breadth of sexual exploitation, relevant definitions are outlined here.