There is so much discussion in the Media about the exploitation of children in "monogamous" society, that it is overlooked. It seems that "monogamous" society has become accustomed to its own ills. Hypocritically, "monogamous" society seems to strive so hard to focus in on anything that may be considered abuse by polygamous society. But the question is why? Why do they put so much effort into striving to find abuse in other societies? Obviously it is the same answer as it has always been. Abusers always try to find fault in every other arena to make themselves feel justified in their own sick and perverse behaviours. And if they cannot find suitable fault, they attack the innocent by slander and propaganda.
Why are "monogamous" children sexually exploited?
There are a number of predisposing factors related to "Monogamous" society, "monogamous" families, and "monogamous" individuals that contribute to children of "monogamous" heritage being forced and/or recruited into the sex trade.
Some of the predisposing factors of the sexual exploitation of children in "monogamous" society are:
• Gender inequality instigated poverty
• High youth unemployment
• Racism and discrimination aimed at aboriginal and minority youth
• Economic and social stigmatizms
• Organized crime and gang networks
• Media bias
Some of the "monogamous" family factors are:
• Intergenerational domestic violence
• drug and alcohol abuse
• sexual, emotional, and physical abuse
• Inadequate "monogamous" parenting techniques
• Insufficient supervision, affection, and attention
• Single-parent "monogamous" families
Some of the predisposing factors associated with "monogamous" individuals are:
• Early life traumas caused by emotional, sexual, or physical abuse, or by neglect and deprivation.
• Homelessness as a result of running away, or having to raise themselves, often resulting in a kennel type mentality
• Learning disabilities and neurological disorders
• Lack of education
• Being outcast because of sexual identity and labeling
It is not difficult to see the reality of "monogamy". Children subjected to this perverse "monogamous" society are at an extremely high risk to be drawn into sexual trafficking. The reality of living in such abusive situations, emotionally isolated from appropriate parental love, unyielding poverty, unemployment and homelessness, often coupled with substance abuse leaves many children of "monogamy" open to sexual exploitation.