The U.S. Department of Justice website states that human trafficking is "a crime that involves compelling or coercing a person to provide labor or services, or to engage in commercial sex acts. The coercion can be subtle or overt, physical or psychological. Exploitation of a minor for commercial sex is human trafficking, regardless of whether any form of force, fraud, or coercion was used." What is Human Trafficking?
I invite you and anyone else to explore the organization I work with. We do not do anything that falls under this definition and it is this understanding and government definition that I accept.
I'll agree that physical and psychological violence are different subcategories, but they fall under the same category of violence all the same.
Those "some mean things" remark appear insensitive and dangerous. These invectives risk leading these individuals to self-harm, social isolation, or suicide in extreme cases.
Thank you, and I hope this comment is considered.