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A number of victims reported that law enforcement officers were unable or unwilling to intervene, and in some cases, cops themselves were sex buyers.Systems of support including health care professionals and school personnel were also ineffective in many cases, often failing to identify trafficking victims.It’s less crowded than Honolulu’s urban bustle, less secluded than Kauai, and more manageable than the relatively giant Big Island.While there’s zero gay nightlife in Maui, a clothing-optional, queer-friendly beach exists (Little Beach, in the southeast corner).
The quiet dining terrace offers front-row seats to one of the world’s most spectacular sunsets.The limited availability of other services addressing “dating violence, domestic violence, neglect, substance and alcohol abuse, and sexual abuse” further contributed to the cycle of abuse faced by survivors. Historically, the report states, human trafficking is intertwined with the commodification of land and bodies in Hawai‘i since the settling of European and American sailors, soldiers, and plantation owners.Geographic isolation has also meant social isolation for victims, worsened by the local value of not bringing shame to the family.After nearly overdosing on Kona Kampachi, we silently watched day turn into night with a sunset of orange, pink, and purple occupying our field of vision; it was like a meditation session with martinis.The quiet was over the next day as we made our way to the old cowboy town of Makawao so we could satisfy my boyfriend’s desire to zipline.
In the end, the report includes interventions identified by the trafficking survivors, including establishing peer support services, involving religious and cultural leaders to address stigma and other predisposing factors, strengthening the family, increasing training about sex trafficking, providing resources to trafficking victims, funding early intervention services to address risk factors such as substance and alcohol abuse, increasing education for medical and school personnel, enhancing laws, encouraging prosecution of sex buyers and traffickers, and exposing corruption among police and judicial professionals who participate in prostitution and sex trafficking.