Monday 1 January 2018

Only Women Bleed

Only Women Bleed.

I hated the dresses I was forced to wear
Boys would laugh, boys would stare
As they saw my knickers and said
'You can't play with’re just a girl'
I mustn't be angry, I mustn't be rough
I mustn't climb trees or play in the mud
I must always be good, always smile
Sit on laps and say yes to hugs.
I was always so pretty and cute as a doll
An object of desire
The man told me this when I was six
So if I told.. I would be the liar
It was all my fault
I was such a little slut.
I watched him break my mothers face
And felt the power of men
Bitches were weak
Not allowed to speak
Muzzled by constant fear.

I had to clean and cook each day
To look after men's needs and wants
I had to know my place as I cried
And felt the resentment rise inside
With that fucking smile still upon my face
Faced with porn and adverts galore
Humiliated to the core
They had me surrounded
My life was confounded
This was an act of war
Men had the right to touch my hair
To fuck my holes
As if I weren’t there
It never really mattered though
Because I didn't care.

I couldn't fight with all my might, because I was just a girl
A girl who bled, had an empty head and had nothing much to say
A girl who obeyed, a girl that served. A lower being was I
I was being good, as told that I should.. and silent to the end
Even when raped, I never told. Never wanted that shame you see
Reinforced the whore, the girl next door..the Jezebel in me.

The men that took me when I was sweet sixteen, fetched them a better price
I was young female meat, so good to eat. More enjoyable to destroy
Forced into porn to feed the dogs, they made a killing out of me
Reaping rewards that went towards.. a lifestyle of the rich
Whilst I remained poor, a disgusting whore... an insignificant dirty bitch.

Deterioration took hold, a gift to behold, given to me by them
I pissed out blood, my skin fell off, my skeletal remains were found
The policeman said it was all my fault, his words were so profound
I knew he was right, been told all my life, I turned good men into bad
A witch, a whore, a temptress bitch. I deserved what I got and more.

My sister the same, she knew the game.
Be silent when males have the upper hand
The hand that broke her bones.. that carry the baby born from rape
By her husband, the nice guy who would give you his last
Destroyed her until she became a ghost of her past, that still mourns for the life
That she could of had
Should of had
If it had not been for him.

I bore two children in excruciating pain
Our bloods mingled as one
They gave me life
As I gave life to them
I would of died for them
The first time I ever felt power
Was that of a Mothers love
No man can touch that
No man can feel that
No man has that power
Only Women bleed.

Tuesday 20 June 2017

The men who pay to rape women and girls

And the men who force, sell and profit from the raping of women and girls.

Images of the men convicted following sex trafficking task force stings between Jan. 1, 2013 - July 11 2016 in central Minnesota US.

If it were not for the men who pay to rape (predominantly) women and girls. Prostitution and sex trafficking would not exist. Also the (mostly) men who force and sell women and girls for profit, would not exist. Prostitution and sex trafficking are interchangeable, so no person can distinguish which adult has 'chosen' or is 'trafficked'

It is time to focus on the men who buy and sell female bodies.

The men who justify rape, by paying for what they believe to be 'Just a commodity and merely a business contract between two consenting adults' Share the same inherent traits as sexually sadistic psychopaths. They are sexually entitled, arrogant, callous, abusive and enjoy the power, control and suffering of females. They are also devoid of any empathy, compassion or concern for the female, even if they know them to be trafficked or obviously drug dependant, poverty stricken, homeless and vulnerable.
 They appear to have the same propensity for sexual violence as non-paying rapists, except they feel more entitled, because they are actually 'paying' and expect to get their moneys worth, regardless of the females circumstances.
The reason that these rapist pay, is because if they didn't pay and were arrested, it would legally be deemed a sexual assault and/or rape charge.

But because 'prostitution' has always been accepted as a 'profession' condoned and legalised (in many countries) The paying rapists can regularly sexually assault and rape, both legally and with impunity.
Even in places where prostitution is illegal and the paying rapist is caught, they may only receive a fine, a short sentence or a stint in john school etc. Instead of having a criminal record as a sex offender and would likely be incarcerated for a long period of time.

Targeting the 'Johns'

So, raping with money really does pay off.

The sellers of female bodies are psychopathic criminals and they too, sell women and girls with impunity. They are sometimes arrested and prosecuted for trafficking,drug offences and violence. But in the whole scheme of global prostitution and sex trafficking, this accounts for only a handful.

 Although the word 'Pimp' has become a big part of pop culture, humour etc. It is also used to describe 'Making something showier or more impressive' 'Pimping' is not glamorous, hilarious or something to aspire to. Pimping is one of the most abhorrent, brutally violent and most damaging crimes committed on millions of girls and women globally.

The reality that surrounds these most vicious and abusive criminals is far from humorous. 
Pimp methodology- "Control the mind and you control the body"

Many sex traffickers purposefully choose young girls who are runaways, homeless,vulnerable and with a background of sexual abuse, rape and are often from dysfunctional families.
They procure girls in places where teenagers hang out, such as shopping centres, parks, takeaways, or on social media, such as face-book. These particular victims are easier to 'manage' because they are suffering from complex PTSD and are 'Perfect' victims. There are also many girls who do not have these backgrounds and are lured by the 'Romeo pimp' Those that pretend to be their 'Boyfriend' Showering the victim with 'love' flattery, presents and the attentions that young, naive girls crave. They persuade the victim to leave their families and go on a 'Romantic' adventure or to go live with them. This is often when drugs are introduced to the young girl. After a period of time, the criminal will either coerce the victim into 'Selling sex' because the money has run out and they need to buy drugs, or become extremely abusive, withdraw drugs and beat or/and threaten to kill the girl and her family. So, as in domestic abuse situations, the girl still believes that she 'loves' him and then becomes the victim of trauma bonding.

DA- Human Trafficking

This victim who was trafficked at the age of fifteen, became pregnant at seventeen. The man who sold her, made even more money whilst she was pregnant.

Many of these criminals also 'Brand' their 'commodities' by tattooing them. This serves, not only to assert ownership of the victim. But to psychologically abuse and convince the victim into believing that she is a slave, and to completely diminish and destroy her worth as a human being.

Pimps Branded Prostitutes With Tattoos

The Language of Human Trafficking: A Glossary of Sex Trafficking Terms

Public sympathy for dogs..but not sex trafficking victims.

It's time to erase the word 'prostitution' and rename it as 'Paid Rape'

Is it not time that we as a supposedly 'humane' society, start listening to survivors and organisations that work with them. Understand the motives of the buyers and sellers. Erase the word 'Prostitution' and replace it with 'Paid Rape' and collectively concede that this ubiquitous sexual violence and the selling and buying of women and girls, should be unacceptable and needs to be completely eradicated.
We may never totally eradicate this abhorrent crime, but we can make a start. One way to reduce these crimes against women and girls, would be to arrest, expose and enforce severe penalties on the buyers and the sellers of female bodies.
Another way would be (as in Sweden and Iceland) Is to educate children about sexism, objectifying women and the reasons that it is wrong to buy sex.

 The buyers, the sellers and the victims of paid rape
 (Although this is a global crime, I am only going to be focusing on the US and the UK)

 The following images are taken from 'Special Investigation: Human Trafficking' 
Which content is similar and features some of the people who told their trafficking stories and those who made the monumental film-  'I am Jane Doe' 

 A police sting operation who's police officers pretend that they are minors (Through There are no shortage of paying rapists that want under-age girls

 When Chief Executive Officer of Carl Ferrer is questioned by this report

CEO of Backpage, called 'world's top online brothel,' arrested on pimping charges

Dozens of law enforcement officials arrested the CEO of Thursday and raided the adult sex website's Dallas headquarters after an investigation found evidence that adult and child sex trafficking was being promoted through its escort ads.
CEO Carl Ferrer, 55, was arrested in Houston Thursday afternoon on a California warrant and faces felony charges of pimping a minor, pimping, and conspiracy to commit pimping, the Texas and California attorney generals announced. Ferrer had just returned to the country on a flight from Amsterdam.
Michael Lacey and James Larkin, Backpage shareholders, also face felony charges of conspiracy to commit pimping.
"Raking in millions of dollars from the trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable victims is outrageous, despicable and illegal," said California Attorney General Kamala Harris in a statement. "Backpage and its executives purposefully and unlawfully designed Backpage to be the world's top online brothel.
The arrests come after a lengthy joint investigation by the California and Texas attorney general offices, which found that many of the prostitution ads posted to Backpage involved victims of sex trafficking, including children under the age of 18, according to Harris' office.

Michael Lacey often shows contempt by openly yawning, looking at his watch and slumping

Special Investigation: Human Trafficking have since pulled it's 'Adult section' adverts, but may have moved it into their 'Dating section'

I decided to have a quick look on BackpageUK where the adult section is still online.
What I saw disturbed me, as some of the females advertised on there for sex, appeared to be exceptionally young & with terms described as 'Sweet and sexy'  'Newly arrived' from foreign countries and that most of the ages are between 19 and 22 to avoid being flagged as suspicious. (I have blurred the eyes & flesh, not backpage)

These are some images of extremely young looking girls that I took from BackpageUK on the 17/06/17

Sex trafficking: The Victims Next Door

Demographics of the paying rapists

Inside the fight to take down online prostitution review boards

Prostitution review websites are a prolific corner of the illicit online sex trade. Major websites, like TnA Review and The Erotic Review, cover nearly every city in the United States; each location has its own local customer reviews and often, escort ads. While these websites operate across the country, not all of these online communities agree to meet in person—something that made the Seattle case especially unique.

The investigation resulted in police raiding several brothels in the wealthy Seattle suburb of Bellevue, and the shutdown of three websites: “The Review Board” and its two Korean-centric offshoots, “The League” and “K-Girl Delights.” Something else unique about this case—the controversial felony charge leveled against several of the website users.
“We have charged the people who were putting the content on the website with a felony charge of promoting prostitution,” Richey said.
Felony charges for what many view as simply posting reviews on a website has never been attempted before in the United States. For Richey, it is part of his philosophy of focusing on the demand side of the prostitution industry, targeting the users instead of the suppliers.
“Most people in prostitution are exploited and so criminalizing them doesn't make a lot of sense from a moral perspective, it also just doesn't work from a criminal justice perspective,” Richey said. “At the same time, we understand … the exploitation that is driven through sex buying, is caused by the buyer. And so the buyer needs to be held accountable.”
Some of the review site users caught in this sting were prominent tech executives, including an Amazon software developer and a high-level Microsoft director. Richey said that many of the men he charged were high-level users, and were “spending anywhere from $30,000 to $50,000 a year on this.” 

Part of the 'Paying rapists' conversation and laughter over beers and snacks. Obviously these men know the circumstances of the women that they rape, but only find it 'Amusing'

 Amy - the name she advertised under - is 19, though her ad says 21. She tells the agent she has been in the life since she was 13. Her mother worked as a prostitute.“I just grew up with it,” she says with a shrug.I like my job,” Amy says, a little defensively, a little defiantly. “I have fun doing it. I get to party all the time.”Fontenot, the BCI’s point person for human trafficking, is skeptical. He sees that her sparkly pink fingernails are broken. She has a cut on her arm, bruises on her leg.She tells him that two days earlier, she fled topless from a Williston house after a “trick” attacked her. They had undressed, she says, and he asked for his money back.No refunds, she insisted.Then he pounced on her, she tells Fontenot, and injured her shoulder, took her sweatshirt, broke her pepper spray and stopped her from dialing 911.Amy said she freaked out and cried after escaping to her car. The incident triggered her post-traumatic stress disorder, a result of being kidnapped and held hostage, she tells Fontenot. She said she’s also had a .22-caliber gun shoved inside of her, leaving her unable to have children.
The last time Amy was with law enforcement was during an investigation of a man who had been her trafficker. He pleaded guilty this fall in federal court in another state to forcing women to travel to several states, place ads online and engage in prostitution.

“He was a (expletive) monster,” she said. “He never hit me because I know my place and I play my role very well.”

Amy insists she doesn't have a boyfriend or pimp now.

“Every single girl you see on Backpage besides me probably has a pimp.”

Not Amy, she says. “Because I’m smart.”

A report commissioned in the wake of revelations that "at least" 1,400 girls were sexually exploited in Rotherham has branded the local authority "not fit for purpose" and left it facing takeover by government commissioners. How did it reach this point?

The issue of child sex abuse in Rotherham first came to light in November 2010 when five men from the town's Asian community were jailed for sexual offences against underage girls.
But suspicions were already growing that the scale of the town's problem was far more widespread.
Almost two years later, in September 2012, Andrew Norfolk, a journalist on The Times newspaper, published an investigation which revealed a confidential 2010 police report had warned thousands of such crimes were being committed in South Yorkshire each year by networks of Asian men.
"The Rotherham police exposed, arrested and broke up an evil gang of internal traffickers who were sent to prison," he said.
"But it is clear the internal trafficking of barely pubescent girls is much more widespread."
But the force was criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee and told by its chairman Keith Vaz they needed to "get a grip".
Rotherham was not the only community in the North and the Midlands to have uncovered such abuse. There have also been arrests or prosecutions of groups of men in 11 towns and cities, including Oldham, Rochdale and Derby.
"In the other cases, overwhelmingly, they were men of Pakistani origin and we need to understand why this has been happening," said Mr Norfolk.
He described a previous report into gang exploitation as a "missed opportunity" because of its failure to look at the proportion of men of Pakistani origin committing such offences.
Yet, despite the concerns, in 2012 no further prosecutions for child sex exploitation took place in Rotherham.
However, the council did say "improved public awareness" had helped it identify more young girls at risk of sexual exploitation in the town.
In January 2013, the town once again fell under the scrutiny of MPs. This time it was the borough council which appeared before the Home Affairs Select Committee to answer questions about the lack of prosecutions."We're talking about hundreds of victims, of vulnerable young girls, who have not been protected because, at the end of the day, what people are looking for are prosecutions."

 The Rochdale rapists and sellers of young girls

The perpetrators

 Twelve men were initially charged with sex trafficking and other offences including rape, trafficking girls for sex and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child. Nine men were convicted, of whom eight were of British Pakistani origin and one was an Afghan asylum-seeker. Of the three not convicted, one was cleared of all charges, the jury was unable to reach a verdict in the case of the second, and the third was not present at the trial after fleeing to Pakistan while on bail. Most of the men were married and well-respected within their community. One gang member convicted of sex trafficking was a religious studies teacher at a mosque and a married father of five.The men were aged between 24 and 59 and all knew each other. Two worked for the same taxi firm and another two worked at a takeaway restaurant; some came from the same village in Pakistan and another pair shared a flat. The gang worked to secure underage girls for sex.

The victims

The abuse of underage girls that occurred in 2008 and 2009 centred around two takeaways in Heywood near Rochdale. Despite one victim going to the police in 2008 to report the grooming, the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to prosecute two men, invoking the witness's credibility. As a result of the CPS dropping the case, the police halted their investigation, which was resumed when a second girl made complaints of a similar nature in December 2009. The CPS's original decision was overturned in 2011 when a new chief prosecutor for the region, Nazir Afzal, a first generation British-Pakistani, was appointed.
The victims, vulnerable teenagers from deprived, dysfunctional backgrounds, were targeted in "honeypot locations" where young people congregated, such as takeaway food shops. One victim, a 15-year-old known as the Honey Monster, acted as a recruiter, procuring girls as young as 13 for the gang. The victims were coerced and bribed into keeping quiet about the abuse by a combination of alcohol and drugs, food, small sums of money and other gifts.
The oldest person to be convicted, Shabir Ahmed, was for a while the main trafficker of the victims. On one occasion he ordered a girl aged 15 to have sex with Kabeer Hassan, as a "treat" for his birthday — Hassan then raped the girl himself. Abdul Aziz, a married father of three, took over from Shabir Ahmed as the main trafficker and was paid by various men to supply underage girls for sex.
Victims were physically assaulted and raped by as many as five men at a time, or obliged to have sex with "several men in a day, several times a week". The victims, plied with drugs and alcohol, were passed around friends and family, and taken to various locations in the north of England, including Rochdale, Oldham, Nelson, Bradford and Leeds. The abusers paid small sums of money for the encounters. One 13-year-old victim recounted that, after being forced to have sex in exchange for vodka, her abuser immediately raped her again and gave her £40 to not say anything about the incident. Among the incidents that police recorded were a 15-year-old victim too drunk to recall being raped by 20 men, one after the other; and another victim so drunk that she vomited over the side of the bed as she was being raped by two men. One thirteen-year-old victim had an abortion after becoming pregnant.

Not only did the police and health agencies dismiss,not record the crimes committed against these victims, they blamed them for their own predicaments and 'life-style' choices. And the press were absolutely despicable.

'The betrayed Girls'

How London became the child abuse capital of the world

'Grace explains she was brought from Nigeria to Britain where she was moved from house to house. Then, after two years, she was flown to Bangkok.

She works the streets under the watchful gaze of a pimp because even in the hypocrisy of Thailand she would be too young for the main sex bars.
Here, between Nana Plaza and Soi Cowboy, she has a ripe market of sex tourists, many of them British.
The more I ask Grace, the less she tells. She glances over her shoulder. There’s fear in her red-stained eyes. Eyes that have seen too much in so slight a body. For one thing I do discover: Grace is 12 years old.'

'The head of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, Kristen Sandberg, who wrote the report, said: ‘Hundreds of children have been abducted from their families in Africa and trafficked to the UK, especially London. Many are raped and sexually abused.’
The true figure, however, runs into thousands. In other words, there is a vast reservoir of lost children gathering in our own capital anonymously shuffled from flat to shabby flat – a dark pool feeding child exploitation and misery across the planet.'

Shocking investigation reveals sex trade in girls bought in Romania and sold as prostitutes in Britain

One gang boss told us: 'England's opened the gates and can't do nothing... Buy these girls for £500 each, they will do 20 clients a day no problem'

Adrian Meder is just one of a network of gang bosses aiming to supply girls and make millions over the EU scrapping of our border restrictions with Romania and Bulgaria.
They aim to flood the UK with ­thousands of young women sold into a sordid, nightmare life of vice. Shortly after this picture was taken in a seedy Romanian club, gloating Meder, 31, boasted to our undercover ­investigators, posing as London pimps, that we could buy both the girls he is posing with for £500 each.

In a vain attempt to justify his sex slaves operation, Meder assured us: “They go because they want to go. I do not have to tell them. They are not forced. It is no longer working like that. They go because they want to go.” At a meeting in a restaurant on the outskirts of Sibiu a day earlier, he bragged about the riches that could be made from his stable of women.
“One friend of mine in one year with three girls, he make one million euros,” said Meder. “When I meet him in Austria he come with a Maserati. A 350,000 euro car. With just three girls in one year.”
He claimed the key to a fortune was shepherding the girls around countries. “If you want to make good money you have to change them,” said Meder.

Last night Tory MP Peter Bone, who previously chaired the all-party group on trafficking, said the end of restrictions was “a gift to traffickers”. He said: “That’s one of the disadvantages of free movement.”
Aneeta Prem, of Freedom Charity, feared the numbers were “just the tip of the iceberg”.
She added: “This is modern day slavery. The number of people contacting us who have been sexually trafficked seems to be growing enormously. It becomes a nightmare for them. They feel powerless to go back home.”

Sex trafficking in the UK: one woman's horrific story of kidnap, rape, beatings and prostitution

Human trafficking: how the US state department ranks your country The State Department has ranked human trafficking in every country in the world.

Is it......

It maybe just 'work' according to the pimp-lobby, a minority of people in the sex industry and the buyers of sex.
But it certainly is not for the millions of women and girls who are continuously trafficked into paid rape. 

If in doubt as to where the truth lies....Always follow the money.