There are an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 children working in the Philippine sex industry – many of them lured into performing sex acts via webcam after being promised a “normal” job.
“If we were able to identify 1,000 individuals in just two and a half months last summer, think how many of these people could be identified if governments took a more active approach,” Albert Jaap Van Santbrink, Terre de Homme’s director, told .
The organization was able to identify 1,000 predators, hailing from 71 different countries, who offered to pay Sweetie to perform sex acts over a video chat.
Their personal information was then compiled into a “dossier” and shared with Interpol.
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