At Straight Nutrition, we tend to get a little passionate about things that we believe are NOT OK. We have a whole list of issues that we think should change. Things that are NOT OK. We are working on the health issues that we believe are NOT OK. Healthy issues that enslave people. And we don’t believe in slavery. And we have discovered a non-profit organization that is doing something about their issue that they believe is NOT OK.
Here is the Opening and Closing to one of our “It’s Not OK” talks. See how you can DO SOMETHING about these things that ARE NOT OK. We are connecting our auto-ship program to helping FREE the girls that are help hostage as sex slaves. Listen on and see how you can free YOURSELF from your health slavery~!
It’s NOT OK – but you can do something about it. What is YOUR enslavement? Are you enslaved to a health issue, a weight issue, overeating, an eating disorder? We are here to tell you that ONLY YOU can do something about it~!
“It’s NOT OK, but you can do something about it” is Straight Nutrition’s theme for 2014. Here is what we are going to do about it.
For every auto-ship purchase that you commit to with Straight Nutrition, we will make a donation to the children that have been taken captive in the sex trade and send you a bracelet made by their girls.
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your body with our Straight Nutrition top selling products. By our testing, these are our Basic Nutrition items that we believe
most every person needs to fuel for Vitality.
Also, you will be able to join us in making a monthly support donation for this issue. 100% of your donated funds will go to the support of this issue. We will send you the “IT’s NOT OK” armband made in Straight Nutrition colors to remind you that you are “doing something about it”. If you already have one, give it to a friend who is working on changing their slavery issue. As we work to strengthen out YOUR food and strengthen YOUR core, your commitment to yourself strengthens these girls, gives them work and helps support their rehabilitation.
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Join us as we come along side of She Rescue Home and California Against Slavery in their support and work to create work for these young ladies. The girls in Cambodia will make our bracelets and the girls in CA will receive our funds. We are asking these funds to be used to educate these girls so they have marketable skills that can support them so they do not have to return to the sex trade and can build a future for themselves.
More on the girls enslaved in Cambodia:
Cambodia is situated in South-East Asia and is home to 13.5 million people1. It is estimated that only 36% of the population has access to safe drinking water, and 32.7% of the population is illiterate4. GDP per capita in Cambodia is USD $19001 compared to Australia GDP per capita of USD $67,9835. Cambodia is a source, transit, and destination country for human trafficking3.
An estimated 2.5 million people are in forced labour (including sexual exploitation) at any given time as a result of trafficking6
Human trafficking affects every continent, country, and every type of economy6
An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked every year6
43% of human trafficking victims are trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation, of whom 98% are women or girls6
Estimated global annual profits made from exploitation through human trafficking is US$31.6 billion 6
In the Mekong sub-region of South-East Asia, approximately 30% of sex workers are between 12-17 years of age7
The age of victims of sexual trafficking has reduced since 2008, with the majority of victims in 2010 being between 13-17 years old 2
Most traffickers are females in their 30s who are working as brokers 2
Rape is increasing in Cambodia, and most victims of rape in Cambodia are children. The median age of rape victims in 2010 was 12 years old, two years younger than it was in 2007 2
50% of reported child rape victims were threatened that they would be killed if they told anyone 2
The majority of offenders of rape in Cambodia are Cambodian men in their 20s, but there are also a high number of child offenders 2