Writing for God, Fighting Human Trafficking

Linda Rodante

*Princess Throw-down

Well, throw-down might be too strong a word, but arrested is not. A few days ago, a Saudi Princess was detained for allegedly bringing a woman, who is a domestic slave, into the United States. Slavery is a crime in America, princess or not.

Domestic slavery, like sex trafficking and forced labor, is growing tremendously across the globe as well as in the U.S. The problem of human trafficking is huge—ranging worldwide from foreign brothels to the house next door. Sex slavery is the most prevalent and most talked about, but domestic slavery and forced labor are growing exponentially, also.

Human Trafficking—in America today—has little to do with princesses and a lot to do with a sexual and spoiled culture. We’ve made a god of sex and of ourselves. We want what we want when we want it and don’t anyone dare tell us no. Twenty-first century slavery is a symptom of a country running hard away from God, and we are reaping the results.

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