Sex trafficking happens everyday, but we are blind to see the harsh realities of what victims call normal. Many victims go silent, while their mental health could deteriorate, and some are sadly faced with death. Katie Hall a reporter for MyStatesman has reported that, “There are more than 313,000 victims of trafficking in the state of Texas”. While there is not one specific type of person traffickers are looking for, many prey on young adults who already face some sort of abuse in their home lives. In the Polaris Project their research suggests that, “20,673 victims were females in 2015 let alone and a third of that number includes minors”. This number is rapidly growing every year and has been a well kept secret for traffickers, due to the secrecy between client, victim, and trafficker. Miller Miller has stated that, “The United States, Mexico, and the Philippines are the biggest countries where sex trafficking is a major problem”. Some are even immigrants that are promised a better life in the United States but are tricked into trafficking. Trafficking has been going on for years and will continue if it follows the rising trends.