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The history of sexual slavery in the United States is the history of slavery for the purpose of sexual exploitation as it exists in the United States. African-American slaves were systematically raped or forced to breed with other slaves. Early American colonists were largely male, and some men resorted to force to procure wives. Native American women were often captured to be traded, sold, or taken as wives.
Currently, under federal law , a prostitute is considered a victim of human trafficking if he or she is either under 18 or is being controlled through force, fraud or coercion.
However, this is not fully implemented, and in many states, prostitutes who are considered victims under federal law are still arrested and prosecuted under state law. As early as the s, Christopher Columbus established trade in sex slaves on Hispaniola , which included sex slaves as young as nine years old. From the beginning of African slavery in the North American colonies, slaves were often viewed as property, rather than people. Slave women , men and children were often raped by white overseers, planter's younger sons before they married, other white men and in some cases white women associated with the slaveholders.
Some were sold into brothels outright. Slave breeding was the attempt by a slave-owner to influence the reproduction of his slaves for profit. Franklin Frazier , in his book The Negro Family , stated that "there were masters who, without any regard for the preferences of their slaves, mated their human chattel as they did their stock. They was weighed and tested. A man would rent the stockman and put him in a room with some young women he wanted to raise children from.
Concubine slaves were the only female slaves who commanded a higher price than skilled male slaves. In this period there was a shortage of European women, as the colonies were dominated in the early day by male explorers and colonists. Given the harsh conditions in Louisiana, persuading women to follow the men was not easy.