Video: Advertisers Use Dancing “Sex Workers” To Spread Awareness On Human Trafficking

A Dutch ad agency, looking to spread awareness about human trafficking on behalf of Stop the Traffick, used dancing “sex workers” to spread the message.

Duval Guillaume Modem, the agency, reportedly brought female dancers to one of Amsterdam’s well-known red-light districts, and had them pretend to be prostitutes putting on a show to attract as many passers-by as possible.

It worked like magic. Like moths to a flame, several men and women stopped to take in the show. The dancers captivated the crowd with hard-hitting sexy moves and when the routine is over and greeted with applause, the ad agency drives home its message.

“Every year, thousands of women are promised a dance career in Western Europe,” the sign reads.

“Sadly they end up here”.


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