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Something Interesting. Viking Slaves

Posted in abuse, bdsm, Flogger, Floggers, Forced Prostitution, forced sex slaves, Viking Slaves on November 28, 2012 by thekinkyworldofvile

Slavery has been around well since thousands of years. Farm workers, Construction, House slaves, and yes even sex slaves.

Viking Kings were know to have many female slaves besides his wife. Although vikings did prefer the British female to marry and bare his children, the sex slave industry was really booming at this time, I believe more so than now.

I am a History Chanel buff, many night I go to sleep watching. Last night the show really caught my eyes. On this very topic. A king had passed on, and a slave volunteered to be buried with him, so she would be useful in his next life..

Unlike today, at that time slaves were considered well nonhuman almost, they were beaten, raped, forced into the sex trade, and even killed for a small mistake. Killing a slave was not considered murder, but if a viking killed another mans slave, he only had to pay what the going rate was at that time.

There are also a few erotic books available on kindle you might like. Here is the link, enjoy.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Cum-Viking-Virgin-Slaves-ebook/dp/B008SAOJI8

Many of the slaves were chained at night to stop them from escaping and spent most of there days in shackles. They were fed at their owners convenience, not when they were hungry. They were flogged, slapped, and used for sexual gratification, without feelings.

 

 

So I suppose without the selling and buying part BDSM has really been around for thousands of years.

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Human Trafficking Todays News

Posted in abuse, children, Forced Prostitution, forced sex slaves, Health, human trafficking, sex slaves, sex trade on June 20, 2012 by thekinkyworldofvile

This was today’s front page of yahoo

Up to 27 million people are living in slavery around the world, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton estimated as the US unveiled its annual report into human trafficking.

But the report showed that as governments become more aware of the issue, instigating tough new laws and programs to help victims, progress is being made in wiping out what it called the “scourge of trafficking.”

“The end of legal slavery in the United States and in other countries around the world has not, unfortunately, meant the end of slavery,” said Clinton.

“Today it is estimated as many as 27 million people around the world are victims of modern slavery, what we sometimes call trafficking in persons,” she said at the unveiling of the report at the State Department.

“Those victims of modern slavery are women and men, girls and boys, and their stories remind us of the kind of inhumane treatment we are capable of as human beings,” said Clinton.

“Whatever their background, they are the living, breathing reminders that the work to eradicate slavery remains unfinished.”

As America prepares to mark the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of the emancipation of US slaves, people must reflect on “how much further we have to go to free all these 27 million victims,” Clinton added.

Out of the 185 countries included in the 2012 report, only 33 complied fully with laws in place to end human trafficking, putting them at the top of a four-tier ranking system.

But five countries had moved up from the bottom blacklist known as tier 3, including Myanmar and Venezuela, to be included among the 42 countries now on what is known as a tier 2 watch list.

Myanmar was removed from the blacklist because the government “took a number of unprecedented steps to address forced labor and the conscription of child soldiers; these steps amount to a credible commitment to undertake anti-trafficking reforms over the coming year,” the report said.

Syria however fell onto the blacklist for the first time, in a move which could cut off any US aid and make it harder to get US backing for funds from organizations like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

“The government of Syria does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking and is not making significant efforts to do so,” the 2012 Trafficking in Persons report said.

Among the 16 other countries on the blacklist were Algeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, North Korea and Saudi Arabia.

Kenya slipped down onto the watch list for the first time in five years, while Nigeria lost its place on tier 1, moving down a notch as the report highlighted that women and children were forced into labor and sex trafficking.

But Clinton hailed the fact that a total of 29 countries had been upgraded to a higher ranking, “which means that their governments are taking the right steps.”

They included Bangladesh, which was bumped up to tier two for making significant efforts to comply with minimum standards, including passing “a comprehensive anti-trafficking law” in December.

Ambassador Luis CdeBaca, director of the office to combat trafficking in persons, said while the number of people officially identified as victims of trafficking and slavery had gone up by 28 percent since last year to 42,291, the numbers of prosecutions in 2012 had also increased by 10 percent to 3,969.

So while countries “still have a little ways to go” there was “the beginnings, I think, of a real trend,” he said.

This year’s report focuses on how to better protect the victims, and urges governments to meet the challenge head-on.

“Traffickers are criminals. Governments — which alone have the power to punish criminals and provide legal recourse to survivors — cannot waver in their efforts to confront modern slavery,” the report says.

But it also argues that human trafficking takes many guises and it is not just about moving people across borders to trap them in prostitution.

“The United States government, and increasingly, the international community, view ‘trafficking in persons’ as the term through which all forms of modern slavery are criminalized,” it says.

“The essence of the trafficking experience is the denial of freedom, including the freedom to choose where and how you live, the freedom to work or choose not to work, the freedom from threats, and the freedom of bodily integrity,” the report says.

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Human Trafficking and Sex Slavery

Posted in abuse, children, Forced Prostitution, forced sex slaves, Health, Humiliation, sex slaves, sex trade on June 20, 2012 by thekinkyworldofvile

I am going to get off subject today, please read only if you have a strong stomach… When I have a strong conviction about something I just have to share it..

I have ran across a lot of articles here of late that has to do with this title. I am a big women advocate when it comes to abusing women.

Although I can come off kinda harsh and brutal, everything about my life and relationships, are Safe, Sane and Consensual . I have never abused nor do I condone any type of abuse, be it mental, verbally or physical. Those who are abusive should have there penis’s cut off.

I travel a lot I try to go someplace different every year, Thailand, Korea, Costa Rica. I was thinking this morning while in Costa Rica there are many women from Columbia, who work in night clubs. out of those, I wonder which ones are sold into slavery. It is a known fact that slavery today is running wild, from small children to adults, who are forced to work in servitude and as sex slaves for little or no money at all.

Most are promised jobs once abroad , offered a place to live, make money so they can help there families back home. Only to get to there destination o find a cruel and dark world full of abuse. Forced to take drugs, so there is only one place to turn.

Most are controlled by pimps of the trade, and beaten on a regular basis if they do not perform, most are giving quotas and are expected to meet them daily. Forced to work 7 days a week, with no contact with there families or friends.

What makes things worse are the people or men who take part, who pay for there fun, without a care of who they are or where they came from. They are just a piece of meat they paid for for 30 minutes or the night.

You read all the time about professionals Doctors and Lawyers traveling to Vietnam to have sex with children, very few are caught. but if caught they face charges from the USA.

Image These men travel several times a year, to be with children.

Forced into prostitution after time this is all they know. They lose track of life its self, a dead feeling I am sure, they feel they serve no purpose at all, and there is no longer a reason to live.

Governments around the world spend billions trying to stop the sex trafficking  , human slavery. The truth is though for every trafficker took off the streets 5 more pop up, because the trade is so lucrative. It is hard to believe that women and children are bought and sold like cattle. Many times one goes days without eating, or even a bath, a small room with no heat or running water.

How these people can sleep at night, I truly do not understand. What is more disturbing many are bought and sold right here in the USA , you could have someone living right next door to you, a Hungarian, maybe Russian, could be from right here in the US.

If you ever have a weird feeling do not hesitate to call the authorities, because there may very well be no tomorrow.

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Here are a few Graphs I want to show you just how huge this problem is.. From all over the world.

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Image I find it unreal and devastating at these numbers. The number of children who are abused, and no one really cares.

So if you travel outside the US, just keep an eye out, always travel in pairs when possible because you never know….

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