A sex trafficking crisis is taking place in Ireland, and the Irish government is struggling to get people to register for the wayfair site, which helps victims of trafficking.
In a letter to all registered users, the Irish Ministry of Justice says the service is “not appropriate for persons who are vulnerable or have limited mobility”.
A similar warning was issued to the service by the Minister for the Environment in March 2016.
The Irish Ministry says the wayFair service is designed to provide a safe and confidential service that will not compromise the privacy of those who use it, and that there are no specific criminal offences for accessing the service.
However, a number of Irish citizens have used the service, including a 19-year-old woman who has been in the sex trade for three years, who said she had no idea about its existence before signing up.
“When I first used the site, I had no clue that there was anything there, so I didn’t even realise I was registering,” she told the Irish Independent.
“I just clicked a link and I went and signed up.
The website was there and I was happy to sign on.
I had never seen a website like this before.
I was in shock.
I had never thought about having to go through all of that before.
It was a relief to be able to say that I had done something and that I could help people.”
It was also a relief that I didn-know-anything about the website before I signed up.
“Her case illustrates how difficult it can be for people to sign-up for the service and why it’s important that they do so.
It’s a shame that this has been an issue, said the woman.
I’m a victim, I’m suffering.
A lot of people don’t know about the service.”
I can’t even imagine what it must be like for someone who’s never been in any kind of contact with the police, and who’s only ever been contacted through the media.
I can only imagine what that feels like for a person who’s not a trafficker.
It is very frustrating, said another woman, who was involved in sex trafficking in her early 20s.
“They don’t have any guidelines.
I am really concerned about that, because I know how important it is that this service is available to all,” she said.
The wayFair website is meant to be a safe, confidential and confidential place for victims of sex trafficking, it’s just not right.
I want to know what’s going on with the service now.
It’s a pity that this is a service that doesn’t have guidelines.
We have a lot of information, but we don’t always know what to do.
I’ve only ever used it once, I don’t even know who I am.
I don-know anything about it, it doesn’t give me a lot more information.
The service has also been criticised by the Human Rights Committee, which has called on the Irish Government to “prohibit this service from being used in Ireland”.
The Irish Minister for Justice, Paschal Donohoe, said that he believes the service needs to be overhauled to prevent it being used to lure vulnerable people into the sex industry.
He said: “The wayfair is designed for victims who are experiencing homelessness and trafficking, we do not believe that the service provides an effective avenue for victims to identify themselves or to identify a qualified counsellor.”
He also added that the wayfarer website is “designed to be used for trafficking victims” and is “essentially designed for sex trafficking”.
“I do think that it needs to change,” he said.
“The wayfarers site was designed for trafficking.
It was designed to attract victims to prostitution.
There’s a lot that is missing in the way this site is designed.”
The minister has also stated that there is no specific crime for accessing a website, but there are laws against people accessing a sex trafficking website without registering, and he said he was working on a plan to fix that.