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Learn More. You have selected: This article appears in In WorldCat, verify that the library you select has the specific journal volume and issue in which the article appears. Learn How. NCJ Number:. Marisa B. Ugarte; Laura Zarate; Melissa Farley. This article examines the human trafficking of women and children from Mexico into the United States for the purposes of prostitution.
Women are trafficked by pimps to wherever there is a demand for prostitution. The current United States laws on human trafficking place the burden of proof on the victim to produce evidence of fraud, force, or coercion. The historical context of sex trafficking from Mexico to the United States is sketched and it is revealed that of the approximately 50, people that are annually trafficked to the United States, one-third are Latin Americans.
The San Diego trafficking corridor is described, as are the typical operations of trafficking captive women and children into the United States. Two case studies of girls aged 12 and 15 who were forced into prostitution are presented to illustrate the brutality of human trafficking and forced prostitution. The historical context of the sexual exploitation of Mexican and Latin American women and children is sketched as the deep-rooted legacy of male supremacy in Latin American cultures is examined.
In these regions, as in many other regions around the world, the widespread belief in male supremacy renders girls and women vulnerable to sexual exploitation, especially during times of regional or national conflicts. The author goes on to charge that Mexican and other Latin American men assume it is their right to sexually exploit any female, and as a result of this attitude there has been a deliberate lack of educational opportunities for women, further rendering them dependant on men for survival.