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We want Minnesota to be a state that we can all be proud of where everyone can live in safety. To do that, we must all be part of the solution. This report studies sex buyers statewide. The goal of this study is to help close a ificant gap in research, practice, and policy related to sex buyers and provide empirical evidence to support action.
We sought to understand who they are, where they live and purchase sex, how they approach the marketplace for sex, and what they seek to purchase. Sex buying is hidden, illegal, highly stigmatized, and often dangerous. Research is difficult because there is currently no way to generate a representative sample of people who purchase sex.
Therefore, the research team used a mixed-methods and community-based approach to surface stakeholder knowledge across jurisdictions, professions, geography, and experience. The market includes victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. This study is an important step in developing a knowledge-base that will help end sex trafficking in Minnesota and beyond. To be successful, we must educate and engage boys and men as leaders in this movement, and commit to a future of safety, opportunity, and respect for all girls and women in Minnesota. Inthe Foundation launched the one-year pilot of Pathways to Prosperity P2P to create unrestricted pathways to prosperity for low-income women, women of color, and women in greater Minnesota.
Learn More. Solutions Impact Process About the Initiative. And there are few community problems less understood and more shrouded in shadows than sex trafficking.
First-of-its-kind research on sex buyers Mapping the Demand: Sex Buyers in Minnesota is key to creating targeted strategies to disrupt the sex trafficking market and end the demand. Sex buyers typically do not purchase sex in their hometowns—a finding particularly prevalent in small towns and rural areas. Instead, most buyers travel between 30 and 60 miles to purchase sex, with traveling often done during the work commute or over the lunch hour. Sex buyers in Minnesota are not necessarily purchasing a person or sex act, but rather a sexual experience that is shaped by the power and control derived from their purchasing power.
A ificant portion of sex buyers do not know whether the person they purchase sex from is a trafficked individual or not.
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