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Researchers say that shows an important shift in how people see the issue, from people seeing youth as perpetrators of sex crimes to victims of them.
The way we currently teach sex education in Minnesota tends to be incredibly heteronormative, and not inclusive of the lgbt community.
Sex buyers in Minnesota are not always buying a person or sex act, but instead a sexual experience "that is shaped by the power and control derived from their purchasing power the study found.As the rates of unplanned pregnancy go up, and STD/STI rates go up, it is important for folks to have the right to choose how they protect themselves, the right and access to inclusive and accurate information, the right to plan if/how theyd like.The data shows a dramatic spike in media coverage in 2013 surrounding the issue, with media outlets overwhelmingly using the term sex trafficking in place of prostitution."There's no phone book or listing of sex providers, which complicates the research.In fact, most people didnt believe it was happening at all.Photo credit: AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File.Unwanted Pregnancy Rates, according to Guttmacher Institute, 40 of Minnesota pregnancies were unintended.
The way students are taught sex education has little to no positive affect on the sexual behavior of our youth.
Typically, students are taught abstinence-only programs in Minnesota.
Both moves brought an unprecedented amount of attention to the issue, said Mary Beth Hanson, Vice President of External Relations for the Womens Foundation.Sex Trading, datum vind lokale seks Trafficking and Community Well-Being Initiative.This story was originally published online and is printed here with permission from.Safe Harbor law, which barred prosecutors from charging of minors with prostitution, many advocates said their pleas to reform the states laws and help victims fell on deaf ears.Women's Foundation of Minnesota as part of its, mN Girls Are Not for Sale campaign to end sex trafficking in Minnesota.Aided by more than 150 qualitative interviews of law enforcement, prosecutors and social service personnel in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, the report examines the demographics of Minnesotas sex buyers, their buying tendencies, and methods of entry into the marketplace.Having an open, honest, and inclusive relationship about sex is important for healthy sexual behavior for Minnesota youths.Why is this a feminist issue?An overnight success, a decade in the making.