There's a great deal of social science research in this particular area. I do not have that with me. I would be pleased to present that through the chair to the clerk of the committee to pass on to the rest of the members.
There's certainly evidence that those children and those youth that are sexually exploited more often have higher rates of different forms of abuse later in their lives, be it substance abuse, be it mental abuse, the worst-case scenario obviously being suicide. Their education typically does not progress as far as it could or they don't reach their full potential. It is often seen as a major impediment that has changed their lives.
I would be pleased to present that information to the committee, chair and clerk, to bring that out and substantiate it. From within Canada, the U.S., and around the world, that social science is fairly solid.