The Super Bowl. Football. Family. Food. The Super Bowl is also said to be a time where there are many other games being played other than football. It is not an easy transition by any stretch so to get to the point, perverts and child sex traffickers also have their own sick and twisted way of using this event to continue on in what is said to be a huge international epidemic, the actual transfer and sale of young boys and girls to be shipped off to an area where they will be raped, tortured and to a place that will take any chance at childhood innocence form hundreds of thousands of children all over the world.
It is beyond the scope any person with any set of morals or sense of right and wrong. It is not drugs, arms, or products that are being sold here. These are little children, forced into a hell on earth, for profit. Big Business. $$$$$$$. Perverts, pedophiles, predators, businessmen, all in the game and according to even some small town reports, it is BIG news and a BIG problem.

If you are a parent, and you hurt your child- shame on you. If you are a parent and you SELL your child…I cannot say what should be done to you . Not on here anyhow. I have been learning more and more about this seemingly quiet epidemic each month and the more I learn the more sick I feel. First as a parent it is inconceivable to actually think of this. Second, as a professional social worker I am ashamed at what is happening. Third, as a human being I am simply in awe at the level my own people in my own country alone will drop to in the name of money.
Recently I have contacted some good guys that are making a difference through awareness trainings and many other helpful services to try and curb this hideous crime.
To be writing about this makes me sick, but we can no longer turn a blind eye to these things and pretend all is well. It is NOT well and YOUR friends and neighbors could be ” ordering ” a child as we speak. It is happening every day, men are flying across the country to meet up with an 8 or 9 year old girl or boy, to rob them of their innocence and introduce them to the most horrific torture they have ever known, and in many cases the parents are offering their children for a price. A price? You mean exchange the rape and torture of my daughter for money? No way a parent could do that, right?
All day everyday all over the world it is happening. A Georgia (USA) small town paper held a community awareness event to shed some light to this in their own back yard. If you read the attached article you will get chills if you have any moral code. If you actually value and care about our children, it may make you sick in your stomach. It should.
I am following up with some contacts from the Florida Governors office and also other US contacts to see what we all can do and will share the information. In the meantime, lets do all we can to stop this and put these perverted criminals behind bars or just take them out by the death penalty and be done with this. There is NO excuse for child abuse, NO excuse for us to allow this to continue in our back yards.
If you are a resource or have information on community awareness please post the information. In the meantime I think we have a duty to place these lives above even drug trafficking and arms trafficking, dare I say. After all it is running up there in $$ right with the drug trafficking and arms according to the data I have viewed. I say make it # 1 on the priority list and now. These our kids here we are talking about. Since you have read this article hundreds of little children have been raped. How fast can we help? If you are not a follower of this blog, please hit the follow button on here so you be updated as I am. This is serious.


Author: (Don't Label My Kid! Coaching & Counseling Team)

Social Worker- Mental Health, Addictions, and Behavioral health- Leadership Educator-, Juvenile Justice. A variety of coaching. I have a great desire to help others make it through times that I myself have had to navigate. I understand the process, the pain,and the support needed. I, and the rest of my team all have both the formal education to coach others but more importantly we also have the life experience which allows us to relate to all the phases and hurdles that come with recovering from issues like depression, addiction, domestic violence, spiritual confusion, and much more. I feel that the combination of formal training and life experience allows us to meet those we help every point of need- in a real way.

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