A new report by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis shows that mothers are being exploited by men in all the corners of the world.
The report, Exploited Mothers: How Misandry, Race, and the Exploitation of Women in the 21st Century, is part of the World Economic Forum’s Gender Gap Initiative.
“Moms are exploited by male strangers in many ways, from sexual exploitation to violence and domestic violence,” said the report’s lead author, Anuja Singh, an associate professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
“They are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and rape, and are subjected to domestic abuse, violence and neglect.”
The report shows that in the U.S., more than 2.5 million mothers are exploited.
While the report focuses on U.K. mothers, it is the second largest number of exploited mothers in the developed world.
In Canada, the number of mothers exploited in prostitution increased from 2.6 million in 2010 to 3.5 billion in 2015.
The number of U.N. women exploited rose from 6.4 million in 2014 to 8.6 billion in 2020.
The authors point to the U.,S.
and the U,K.
as the main sources of exploitation.
“Moms in these countries have more opportunities and opportunities to live independently and not depend on their male partners for survival,” said Singh.
While the U.”s.
is the only country in the top 10 to have a higher proportion of exploited women, there are also numerous other countries that have a greater proportion of women exploited than in the United States.
The IISS report shows women in many developing countries are often subject to domestic violence and sexual assault.
In Mexico, for example, one in three women has been beaten, sexually assaulted or otherwise subjected to violence by a partner or family member.
In India, more than one in five women have experienced violence in the past year.
In the Us., the report says, more women are forced to work in unsafe and degrading conditions.
This means they are more likely to be victims of sexual and physical abuse.
In India, there is also evidence that many women who enter the sex trade are trafficked by men, who then use them for sexual and other purposes.
In Nigeria, for instance, the IISS says, women are subjected and abused by traffickers for sex and labor.
The report also highlights the use of forced marriage, or forced marriage as a form of domestic servitude.
In Bangladesh, a survey of women in a brothel found women who had entered the trade were forced to perform sex acts against their will.
The survey also found that women are often sold to men with the promise of marriage and children.
The U.A.E., a U.Y. government agency, estimates that between 20,000 and 30,000 women are traffacked each year.
The United Nations estimates that as many as 2.4 billion women are sexually exploited each year worldwide.