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    150,000 new escort ads are posted online every day,children are bought and sold online for sex

    Updated: July 16, 2019 at 11:35 am EST  See Comments

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    People are responsible for the sins they commit, including rape. However, no one is beyond the grace of God. Even to those who have committed the vilest of sins, God can extend forgiveness if they repent and turn from their evil ways (1 John 1:9). This does not remove the need for punishment according to the law, but it can offer hope and the way to a new life.

    HNewsWire-150,000 new escort ads are posted online every day.
    Somewhere in that pile of data are children who are bought and sold online for sex.

    Law enforcement doesn’t have enough time to navigate the online commercial sex market to find children and identify their traffickers.

    Among children and teens living on the streets in the United States, involvement in commercial sex activity is a problem of epidemic proportion. Many girls living on the street engage in formal prostitution, and some become entangled in nationwide organized crime networks where they are trafficked nationally. Criminal networks transport these children around the United States by a variety of means—cars, buses, vans, trucks, or planes—and often provide them counterfeit identification to use in the event of arrest. The average age at which girls first become victims of prostitution is 12 to 14. It is not only the girls on the streets who are affected; boys enter into prostitution between the ages of 10 and 13 on average.9

    “The United States not only

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