Saturday, January 29, 2011

No more


Okay, that was really the last time.

No more visiting a sex worker for me, EVER!!!!

That was a very nasty experience the last time.

She asked what I liked.

I answered with honesty, that actually....


That's it.

Only doggystyle.

Nothing more.

Some attempts and....

Angrily she lied down on the bed, and asked me what I really wanted.

Then I knew, this was really the last time.

I said I wanted to leave.

Things got more relaxed later on, and she and I became more friendly to each other.

Okay, I like kissing, and cuddling, and stroking, and fondling, and chatting.

So, that's what we did (and doggystyle of course).

I can draw a very firm conclusion that sexuality is not my thing.

Deep in my heart I'm actually a girl.

From now on, I go through live as a convinced


Monday, January 24, 2011

An analysis of forced prostitution in the Dutch media


I have revamped my statistics about victims of human trafficking. I follow the news daily about prostitution and keep all the stories about victims stored in a MS WORD file, so I could analyze them. So far I collected over 700 stories. I have searched everywhere for them, from books I buy, magazines and the internet (forums, newspaper sites, etc....).

I especially wanted to know what the ages of the victims are, their nationalities and where they work. So, I can compare these numbers with what is known about prostitutes in general and also, with the statistics provided by the Dutch Foundation against Trafficking in Women, now known as Comensha.

And there are some big differences between the findings of my media analyses and the figures of Comensha. The victims registered at Comensha often come from Africa, especially Nigeria. On the contrary, rarely do victims of human trafficking reported by the media come from Africa. Also the African victims often don’t come forward themselves to the media. But when they do they often come from Nigeria, and this does reflect the statistics by Comensha. African prostitutes seem to be rare in prostitution judging from analyses of reviews written by clients on I can’t explain the large number of reports of African victims to Comensha. Perhaps these cases are not related to the Netherlands themselves, but because the Netherlands is a transit country for African prostitutes and perhaps many African victims report themselves here. Another possibility is that African victims of trafficking report the crime many years after the ordeal is over. It is known that around the year 2000 there were many African prostitutes in the Netherlands. Where do the African victims of human trafficking work according to my media analysis? The cases are few, from the period starting from Januray 2000 until January 2011 I found 19 of them. 6 worked in window prostitution, 7 in clubs, 2 in the escort, 2 at home and 5 on the streets. It seems that African victims should be visible then, especially if so many work in window prostitution. And it seems not to be true that African victims are hidden away in illegal brothels. Perhaps another explanation is that African victims report themselves much more often than other victims do.

I also ran into some problems while counting. Often the victims appear in the stories in batches. So, not only one victim is mentioned, but many times it is many more. This causes a problem for me because this way one single trafficking story could leave a great mark on the statistical analysis. In one extreme case one Belgian trafficking gang in the eighties and nineties trafficked 3000 women into their clubs! You can read all about them in the book ‘They are so sweet, sir’ (1993) written by Chris de Stoop. Sietske Altink mentions in her book ‘stolen lives’ (1995) how this gang trafficked 500 Polish women alone into their clubs! So if I’m consistent I would add plus or minus 500 Polish women who worked in clubs to my statistics (Okay, not all of these 500 Polish women worked in the Netherlands, because this gang had brothels in Belgium and Spain too).

Including all these victims made by this particular gang into my statistics, I would conclude that the great majority of victims of trafficking in the Netherlands work in clubs and that more than 10% of them are Polish. But that would be silly. So I made a radical decision. I decided to only include victims if some specific data about them is mentioned, else I don’t count them. But then I run into another problem. The problem is that journalists are very eager to mention an age when the victim is younger than 18 years old. So you could get a message like “10 women pressed charges against their pimp, 2 of them were 16 and 17 years old”, not mentioning the ages of the other women. So that is a problem. Because this way of all the ages mentioned almost half of the victims are younger than 18 when they start working in prostitution under coercion. One third is still 18 when they stop. But perhaps, this is the reality. Perhaps victims of human trafficking are very young indeed. The data by Comensha doesn’t reflect this. This could be because victims could wait some years to report to the police. Judging from the news stories victims of trafficking are in 90% of cases 25 years old or younger. The average age I find is more like 18-20 years old. In the statistics of Comensha it is more like 24 years old. But that could be because victims could get reported to them years after.

Dutch victims are trafficking are heavily represented in the data I gathered. Almost half of them are Dutch. This could be partly because of the same reason I mentioned earlier; Dutch prostitutes often don’t come in batches in news stories. Foreign victims often do. And also, perhaps, Dutch victims are more inclined to tell their stories to journalists.

Another problem is that many times it is not clear when the ordeals have happened. The date of publication is often clear, but it sometimes turns out that the events happened 10 years ago. In the cases I didn’t know, I made some educated guesses. For instance, in a story I retrieved in 2004 which was undated. The victim talks about the 0611 helpline which didn’t exist since 1997. So I guessed it took place then. Also notice that when I divide cases in periods I only look at the date when the ordeal is over, not at the start. This to prevent overlap.

There are some things which I have to study in more detail. For instance, the places where minor prostitutes work. I haven’t statistically analysed that. My impression is that minors often work underground, in ordinary houses or as escorts. When they get 18 they are forced to work in legal brothels. Sometimes minor prostitutes do work in legal brothels, then they work with a false passport. That still happens today.

I have also left out many cases outside of my statistical analyses. Simply because they provided too little information about the ages, the nationalities or the type of prostitution the prostitutes worked in. I also left out cases where victims didn’t actually work in prostitution, because they escaped just in time. There are cases where victims already stand in a window brothel waiting for clients, but no clients come, even for days, and then the victim escapes. In some cases stories are fake or seem to be fake. I left these out too. And sometimes I don’t know if a victim can be labelled a victim of human trafficking. For instance, when a prostitute has to hand over a lot of money, but is allowed to keep some herself. There is one case where a Dutch prostitute’s boyfriend was put to trial. She wasn’t the one pressing charges against him, but others were. She gave all the money she earned in prostitution to him. When he was acquitted they celebrated. This one is very difficult. I decided to leave it out (actually I didn't!).

What I also find is that since the year 2005 the foreign victims of human trafficking in general often work in window prostitution compared to other sectors. This was not so prior to 2005. What is true is that Dutch victims in general often work in window prostitution, after 2005 and before 2005. This is not reflected in the data provided by Comensha. According to Comensha also many victims work in clubs, still today. I cannot explain this. It could be a coincidence because the samples I gathered are not very large. Perhaps the bigger cases, often involving window prostitution catches the attention of the media more often, and the more individual cases, related to clubs, also catch the eyes of Comensha.

What I find from the media stories there are two main large groups of victims. The Dutch and the Eastern Europeans. Prior to 2000 many Eastern European victims came from all countries from Eastern and Central Europe. There wasn’t a country which really jumped out. But since 2000 the main countries of origin are Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. They really jump out compared to the others.

Also, I wanted to say many court proceedings were published (on Often they are censored. Names, country of origin and ages were left out. Often it is not clear in what kind of brothel the victim has worked. That’s a pity. But fortunately almost always the exact data about the length the victim has worked in forced prostitution is given. So this is very useful. And also, by the way (another problem), how do I have to count? From the beginning of forced prostitution or from the beginning of relationship of kidnapping? That’s difficult to determine. But aside from these issues, using this data (from and information from other sources I was able to make some very precise estimates of how long a victim of human trafficking is forced to work in the sex industry. From 234 cases I could put this number at 2 years, on average, with an error margin of 0.35 years (95% confidence interval). There was no significant difference between Dutch and foreign victims.

Okay then, now, all the statistics which I find interesting.

Of 622 prostitutes (out of 701) nationalities are known:
299 (48.071) Netherlands
44 (7.074%) Bulgaria
27 (4.341%) Romania
22 (3.537%) Nigeria
22 (3.537%) Poland
22 (3.537%) Hungary
19 (3.055%) Thailand
17 (2.733%) Slovakia
17 (2.733%) Czech Republic
17 (2.733%) Russia
15 (2.412%) Ukraine
8 (1.286%) Brazil
8 (1.286%) Philippines
7 (1.125%) Dominican Republic
7 (1.125%) Latvia
7 (1.125%) (former) Yugoslavia
6 (0.965%) Lithuania
5 (0.804%) Colombia
5 (0.804%) Albania
4 (0.643%) England
4 (0.643%) Belarus
4 (0.643%) Moldova
3 (0.482%) Germany
3 (0.482%) Chile
3 (0.482%) China
3 (0.482%) Estonia
2 (0.322%) Ghana
2 (0.322%) Cameroon
2 (0.322%) Guinea
2 (0.322%) Somalia
2 (0.322%) Belgium
2 (0.322%) Croatia
2 (0.322%) Morocco
1 (0.161%) Ireland
1 (0.161%) Portugal
1 (0.161%) Uruguay
1 (0.161%) Haiti
1 (0.161%) Indonesia
1 (0.161%) Armenia
1 (0.161%) Kosovo
1 (0.161%) former Soviet Union
1 (0.161%) “allochthonous”
1 (0.161%) “foreign”

There were some other victims of whom not a nationality was mentioned but a only the continent of origin: there were 8 "Eastern Europeans", 3 "Africans", 1 "Western", 1 "Asian" and 2 "Latin American" women. There were also 64 victims of whom nothing was mentioned about where they came from.

Of 518 cases a sector is known (they don’t add up to 100% because more are involved)
257 (49.614%) Window prostitution
150 (28.958%) Clubs/privéhuizen
77 (14.865%) Escort
66 (12.741%) Street prostitution
37 (7.143%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
6 (1.158%) Massage parlour
4 (0.772%) animeerbar

(Oh, you know about the privéhuizen, that is Dutch for private houses, but actually they are more like massage parlours or clubs without a bar. Clients are directly introduced to the prostitutes in separate rooms. And animeerbars are also clubs, but with a bar, only illegal. It’s hard to make a clear distinction between different forms of prostitution.)

It’s interesting to make a distinction between Dutch forced prostitutes and foreign forced prostitutes regarding the sectors where they work in.

For 249 foreign forced prostitutes the list looks like this:
101 (40.562%) Window prostitution
101 (40.562%) Clubs/privéhuizen
32 (12.851%) Escort
26 (10.442%) Street prostitution
7 (2.811%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
5 (2.008%) Massage parlour
2 (0.803%) animeerbar

For 226 Dutch prostitutes the list looks like this:
133 (58.850%) Window prostitution
44 (19.469%) Clubs/privéhuizen
32 (14.159%) Escort
35 (15.487%) Street prostitution
30 (13.274%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
1 (0.442%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

You can see that the Dutch prostitutes work much more often in window prostitution (and also in home prostitution) compared to the foreign prostitutes. However, these numbers are all related to a very broad period, dating from decades ago till now.

Perhaps it is interesting to divide the statistics into different periods. I will now look at the sectors from October 2000 (when prostitution was legalized) until January 2011. Then the list of sectors looks like this for 133 foreign prostitutes.
53 (39.850%) Window prostitution
42 (31.579%) Clubs/privéhuizen
23 (17.293%) Escort
16 (12.030%) Street prostitution
7 (5.263%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
4 (3.008%) Massage parlour
2 (1.504%) animeerbar

And from October 2000 until January 2011 the list looks like this for 174 Dutch prostitutes:
102 (58.621%) Window prostitution
29 (16.667%) Clubs/privéhuizen
31 (17.816%) Escort
24 (13.793%) Street prostitution
25 (14.368%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
1 (0.575%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

And from 1990 until October 2000 the list looks like this for 103 foreign prostitutes:
39 (37.864%) Window prostitution
52 (50.485%) Clubs/privéhuizen
8 (7.767%) Escort
13 (12.621%) Street prostitution
0 (0%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
1 (0.971%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

And from 1990 until October 2000 the list looks like this for 50 Dutch prostitutes:
32 (64%) Window prostitution
10 (20%) Clubs/privéhuizen
4 (8%) Escort
12 (24%) Street prostitution
6 (12%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
0 (0%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

But now the numbers become very small and the error margins become big. But it seems that Dutch prostitutes always seem to have worked mainly in window prostitution, and foreign prostitutes everywhere.

I could also look at the years 2005-(January)2011.

From 2005 until January 2011 the list looks like this for 86 foreign prostitutes:
43 (50.000%) Window prostitution
19 (22.093%) Clubs/privéhuizen
16 (18.605%) Escort
7 (8.140%) Street prostitution
3 (3.488%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
4 (4.651%) Massage parlour
2 (2.326%) animeerbar

And from 2005 until January 2011 the list looks like this for 116 Dutch prostitutes:
68 (58.621%) Window prostitution
18 (15.517%) Clubs/privéhuizen
22 (18.966%) Escort
15 (12.931%) Street prostitution
15 (12.931%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
1 (0.862%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

So, since 2005 it seems that also for foreign forced prostitutes window prostitution is the main form of prostitution to work in. There is no large difference with the Dutch women anymore (actually, by analyzing the separate years more closely, it seems to happen since 2004). It could be a coincidence because the samples are not that large, error margins of 10% could be expected with these small samples (so if you read 30 percent you have to think more about between 20 and 40 percent with a 95% probability). When I look at the nineties it seems to be that in the early nineties the foreign forced prostitutes more often worked in clubs, in the late nineties they shift more to window prostitution, but still lots work in clubs. Of the period before the nineties I have little data, although also during that period it seems that the Dutch forced prostitutes worked mainly in window prostitution.

Lately, I wondered that human trafficking stories are drying up. In my experience Dutch victims of forced prostitution are disappearing from the scene. Is this backed up by the data I gathered? The answer seems to be: yes and no. I could only gather 36 stories since January 2010 until January 2011. Which is really only a handful, but not less on average compared to other years. For every years the number of cases I gathered seems to be around 30-40 anyway. How does this period look if you look at nationalities?

Nationalities of 31 victims from January 2010 until January 2011
13 (41.935%) Netherlands
11 (35.484%) Hungary
2 (6.452%) Poland
2 (6.452%) Romania
2 (6.452%) Bulgaria
1 (3.226%) Germany

Many Hungarian victims aren’t there? I have to wait for other victims to pop out and tell their stories about this period. It could take years. If you look at the distribution of victims over the different sectors, it looks like this:

Sectors where 29 victims worked in the years 2010-(January)2011
14 (48.276%) Window prostitution
3 (10.345%) Clubs/privéhuizen
12 (41.379%) Escort
5 (17.241%) Street prostitution
0 (0%) Home prostitution (in home of prostitute and/or pimp)
0 (0%) Massage parlour
0 (0%) animeerbar

So from these few cases it seems to be mainly window prostitution and escort prostitution which pop out (also if you look at Dutch and foreign victims separately). We have to wait and see if this is really a trend. That doesn’t seem to be if you look at the Comensha-statistics however.

I like to give the statistics of the nationalities in the period 1990 until October 2000:

For the period 1990 until October 2000, of 210 prostitutes (out of 225) nationalities are known:
71 (33.810%) Netherlands
14 (6.667%) Poland
13 (6.190%) Bulgaria
13 (6.190%) Ukraine
10 (4.762%) Czech Republic
9 (4.286%) Slovakia
9 (4.286%) Thailand
8 (3.810%) Russia
8 (3.810%) Romania
6 (2.857%) (former) Yugoslavia
6 (2.857%) Nigeria
5 (2.381%) Philippines
4 (1.905%) Latvia
4 (1.905%) Albania
4 (1.905%) Dominican Republic
4 (1.905%) Brazil
3 (1.429%) Hungary
3 (1.429%) Moldova
3 (1.429%) England
3 (1.429%) Colombia
2 (0.952%) Lithuania
2 (0.952%) Belarus
2 (0.952%) Morocco
1 (0.476%) Estonia
1 (0.476%) Ghana
1 (0.476%) Germany
1 (0.476%) “allochthonous”

For the period October 2000-January 2011, of 399 prostitutes (out of 466) nationalities are known:
227 (56.892) Netherlands
32 (8.020%) Bulgaria
19 (4.762%) Romania
19 (4.762%) Hungary
17 (4.261%) Nigeria
9 (2.256%) Slovakia
9 (2.256%) Russia
8 (2.005%) Thailand
8 (2.005%) Czech Republic
8 (2.005%) Poland
4 (1.003%) Brazil
4 (1.003%) Lithuania
3 (0.752%) China
3 (0.752%) Ukraine
3 (0.752%) Latvia
3 (0.752%) Albania
2 (0.501%) Cameroon
2 (0.501%) Guinea
2 (0.501%) Somalia
2 (0.501%) Estonia
2 (0.501%) Belarus
1 (0.251%) Haiti
1 (0.251%) Ghana
1 (0.251%) (former) Yugoslavia
1 (0.251%) Armenia
1 (0.251%) Croatia
1 (0.251%) Moldova
1 (0.251%) Kosovo
1 (0.251%) former Soviet Union
1 (0.251%) Germany
1 (0.251%) Belgium
1 (0.251%) England
1 (0.251%) Ireland
1 (0.251%) “foreign”

So, comparing before and after legalization, it seems that after legalization there are more Dutch victims of human trafficking, although before many were Dutch too (but less in comparison). And before legalization it seems that also many Polish women and Ukrainian women were targeted, whilst after legalization you see many Hungarian women pop up. In both periods many Bulgarian women were targeted.

I can’t leave it, I also look at the period 2005-January 2011.

Or the period 2005 until January 2011, of 271 prostitutes (out of 324) nationalities are known:
159 (58.672) Netherlands
23 (8.487%) Bulgaria
12 (4.428%) Romania
10 (3.690%) Nigeria
6 (2.214%) Thailand
6 (2.214%) Russia
5 (1.845%) Slovakia
5 (1.845%) Poland
4 (1.476%) Czech Republic
3 (1.107%) Brazil
3 (1.107%) China
2 (0.738%) Lithuania
1 (0.369%) Somalia
1 (0.369%) Haiti
1 (0.369%) Ukraine
1 (0.369%) Latvia
1 (0.369%) Estonia
1 (0.369%) (former) Yugoslavia
1 (0.369%) Armenia
1 (0.369%) Belarus
1 (0.369%) Croatia
1 (0.369%) Kosovo
1 (0.369%) Germany
1 (0.369%) England
1 (0.369%) Ireland
1 (0.369%) “foreign”

I also wanted to take a look into the ages of the victims.

Ages of victims at start of ordeal of 215 victims:
10 years: 2 (0.930%)
11 years: 1 (0.465%)
12 years: 4 (1.860%)
13 years: 1 (0.465%)
14 years: 23 (10.698%)
15 years: 27 (12.558%)
16 years: 32 (14.884%)
17 years: 29 (13.448%)
18 years: 36 (16.744%)
19 years: 16 (7.442%)
20 years: 10 (4.651%)
21 years: 7 (3.256%)
22 years: 8 (3.721%)
23 years: 3 (1.395%)
24 years: 1 (0.465%)
25 years: 4 (1.860%)
26 years: 2 (0.930%)
28 years: 2 (0.930%)
29 years: 1 (0.465%)
30 years: 2 (0.930%)
32 years: 1 (0.465%)
35 years: 2 (0.930%)
36 years: 1 (0.465%)

Younger than 18: 55.349%
18-23: 37.209%
24-29: 4.651%
30-39: 2.791%

The average age when the victims start is 17.844 years old with a standard deviation of 4.050 (oh, I love statistics). The median is 17/18 years old. You can clearly see that the bulk start between the age of 14 and 22. 15,16,17 and 18 years seem to be very common.

Ages of 170 victims at the end of the ordeal:
11 years: 1 (0.588%)
12 years: 1 (0.588%)
14 years: 7 (4.118%)
15 years: 16 (9.412%)
16 years: 19 (11.176%)
17 years: 15 (8.824%)
18 years: 26 (15.294%)
19 years: 17 (10.000%)
20 years: 9 (5.294%)
21 years: 10 (5.882%)
22 years: 15 (8.824%)
23 years: 8 (4.706%)
24 years: 2 (1.176%)
25 years: 2 (1.176%)
26 years: 5 (2.941%)
27 years: 1 (0.588%)
28 years: 2 (1.176%)
29 years: 2 (1.176%)
30 years: 1 (0.588%)
31 years: 2 (1.176%)
32 years: 1 (0.588%)
33 years: 1 (0.588%)
35 years: 2 (1.176%)
36 years: 4 (2.353%)
39 years: 1 (0.588%)

Younger than 17: 34.706%
18-23: 50.000%
24-29: 8.235%
30-39: 7.059%

The average age at the end of the ordeal is 20.110 years with a standard deviation of 5.186. The median is 18/19 years.

I also checked if there are differences regarding ages between different periods and for different groups of prostitutes. Window forced prostitutes seem to be somewhat younger when they start. Dutch forced prostitutes seem to be significantly younger when they start and when they stop being forced compared to foreign forced prostitutes. Dutch forced prostitutes are on average 17.224 years (N=144) when they start and foreign forced prostitutes on average 19.293 years (N=66) when they start. Dutch forced prostitutes are on average 18.871 years old (N=88) when the ordeal is over and foreign prostitutes are on average 22.079 years old (N=72) when the ordeal is over. Dutch forced prostitutes are also more often minor when they start and when they stop, this if in 59.028% cases when they start and 38.636% when they stop. For foreign forced prostitutes this is 45.455% and 23.661% respectively. There also seem to be more victims older than 30 among the foreign forced prostitutes.

The break up is:
For 144 Dutch forced prostitutes at the start:
younger than 18: 59.028%
18-23: 36.806%
24-29: 2.778%
30-39: 1.389%
average: 17.224 years

For 88 Dutch forced prostitutes at the end:
younger than 18: 38.636%
18-23: 51.136%
24-29: 9.091%
30-39: 1.136%
average: 18.871 years

For 66 foreign forced prostitutes at the start:
younger than 18: 45.455%
18-23: 39.394%
24-29: 9.091%
30-39: 6.061%
average: 19.293 years

For 72 foreign forced prostitutes at the end:
younger than 18: 23.661%
18-23: 52.778%
24-29: 8.333%
30-39: 15.278%
average: 22.079 years

It is interesting to know that 15 of the 69 women (22%) of whom an age is known still are younger than 18 when the ordeal is over. After the legalization in October 2000 the number is 8 of 46 cases in window prostitution after October 2000. So, knowing that window brothels are often legal, it is interesting to see that minor prostitutes still do work in window prostitution. I didn't look systematically when minor prostitutes worked in legal brothels. Since October 2000 of those who stopped working in prostitution when they were minor, the break-up among the sectors looks like this for 34 prostitutes of whom a sector is known: 8 worked in window prostitution, 5 in clubs, 11 in the escort, 5 at home and 10 on the street.

I looked at how long victims worked. Of 239 victims this was for on average 2.060 years with and error margin of 0.345 years (so a 95% probability between 2.060-0.345 and 2.060+0.345 years). The standard deviation was 2.712 years. I also made a rough partition among time scales:
For 13.808% between 0-1.5 months
For 5.439% between 1.5-3 months
For 14.226% between 3-6 months
For 14.226% between 6-12 months
For 10.879% between 1 and 2 years
For 23.849% between 2 and 4 years
For 12.552% between 4 and 8 years
For 4.603% between 8 and 16 years
And for 0.418% it took longer

For foreign victims the period seems to be a bit shorter (1.909 years on average for 85 cases) compared to Dutch victims (2.359 years on average for 119 cases), but this difference is not statistically significant.

It is interesting to make some comparisons with statistics I found of prostitutes in the Netherlands in general. I gathered many numbers from in 2005 and 2008. What is striking is that many prostitutes are older than 30. The average age is around 30. Victims of trafficking seem to be often much younger. Dutch prostitutes often dominate prostitution in clubs and the escort (and also home prostitution) while Dutch victims of trafficking often work in window prostitution, a form of prostitution where often foreign women dominate. So, it is important not to exaggerate the scale of forced prostitution in the Netherlands.

My statistics seem to confirm that to avoid forced prostitutes as customers it is better to choose older prostitutes, and to avoid certain groups of prostitutes, like young Dutch window prostitutes and young Eastern European prostitutes.

Okay, I sometimes don't keep to this myself. What happens when a 24 year old girl .... :X

I felt very guilty about that.

As for the data I derived from, you can find that here:
Window prostitutes 2005
Window prostitutes 2008
Club prostitutes 2005
Club Prostitutes 2008
Home workers 2008
Home workers 2005
Escort prostitutes 2008
Escort prostitutes 2005
Selected quotes (from
Extra analyses
More info and selected quotes

Here you can find some Comensha data about victims of human trafficking:
Monthly reports 2009-now
Yearly reports 2006-now

My search for forced prostitution stories is not complete, I discovered that on there's much more. I have to look into that more carefully.