Yesterday, BBC reported that a baby-trafficking ring, accused of selling more than 300 babies in three years was recently apprehended in Cairo. Composed of a doctor and couple of nurses, this ring preformed Caesarian surgeries on women who did not want to keep their babies, but were too far along to receive an abortion (which are illegal in Egypt unless the Mother’s health is at risk). They then sold the babies for profit to Egyptian couples who were unable to have children on their own. This article is a great supplement to the fascinating commentary surrounding the fact that certain social media activists are unhappy with that sexual exploitation of females is the only crime that most people connote with the term “human trafficking.” They note that the term “human” was meant to draw attention to the fact that both males and females are prone to being trafficked and that trafficking takes a form in a number of different ways–not just in the form of sexual exploitation. Just something to be aware of.