Added: Genevieve Pinter - Date: 01.02.2022 21:07 - Views: 23140 - Clicks: 9838
As controversy swirls around a Laval group home linked to a string of runaways, experts have raised concern about how social media can be used to lure vulnerable girls into prostitution.
Montreal police say they are overseeing cases involving minors being advertised on Back while Laval police confirm they are aware of the website. Advertisements are posted daily for young women, some of whom look no older than 14, in the areas of Montreal, Laval, the South Shore and the West Island.
Back has guidelines prohibiting human trafficking of exploitation of minors but some of the advertisements even use special wording to sell under-age teenagers. The nondescript website features hundreds of advertisements for an array of sexual services. Postings are detailed with price lists, the age of the escort, a gallery of photos and which services the escort is willing or not willing to perform.
Back has been controversial for years south of the border, where the CEO was subpoenaed by U. Senate to appear last November. He did not not show up to the committee hearing.
Maria Mourani, a former MP and criminologist, says Canada and Quebec need to act on the laws surrounding human trafficking and prostitution. Quebec girls, teens advertised for prostitution on U. Montreal Quebec girls, teens advertised for prostitution on U. Social Sharing. The majority of also demand contact be made through text message.Quebec sex classifieds
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