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NATIVE WOMEN AND GIRLS ARE OVERREPRESENTED AMONG SEX TRADE SURVIVORS. • In South Dakota, Native Americani women represent 40% of sex trafficking victims, though. Native Americans are only 8% of the ingatlantulajdonostol.info • In Hennepin County, Minnesota, American Indian women comprise approximately. For example, looking at the Wiebe-Town, a single-sex community, reading, “These women [Native American] were not merely unmarried, but elected to remain so” (Fur, 35). Unlike White colonial women who had to get married in order survive the “new world”, Native American women had a choice whether. It seems to demonstrate that their publicly-articulated attitude toward sex was one that it was something to celebrate, not constrain. And it suggests that female sexuality was something thought natural, not something to be controlled. The Wendat language had no terms for “innocence” or “guilt,” so did not. “I was growing up good,” Jessica Smith says one afternoon in St. Paul, Minnesota, in a small apartment rental that is used by women struggling to get out of trafficking. “Everything was fine, good family, everything was good, until I met a guy, and he changed my whole life.” Smith, now 21, was one of many. Native American women and teens across the continental U.S. and Alaska are being coerced and groomed into prostitution by out-of-town sex traffickers. While sex was a part of traditional Native American marriage, marriage was not about sex. Prior to marriage, young people were expected to engage in sexual activities. Sex was not confined to marriage. The Europeans, and particularly the missionaries, had a great deal of difficulty in understanding that women had power. Global Citizen is a social action platform for a global generation that aims to solve the world's biggest. Native women, children, and even babies are being trafficked in the sex trade on freighters crossing the Canada-US border on Lake Superior between Thunder Bay, Ontario, and Duluth, Minnesota. A new study sheds light on the unthinkably brutal life of Native American women involved in prostitution. Nearly half the women in the study had been used by more than sex buyers, and 16 percent had been used by at least sex buyers. At the time of their interviews, 52 percent of the women had.