UK-based Eaves for Women and U.S.-based Prostitution and Research Education teamed up to interview 103 men in London who had bought commercial sex. Of those men, 55% believed that the majority of women were lured, tricked, or trafficked into the sex industry unwillingly. Most of the men interviewed also claimed that at least a third of women in prostitution began when they were under 18. Half the men were aware that they were using a woman who was being controlled by a pimp. Despite believing that a majority of women in prostitution were currently or had once been victims of human trafficking, these men bought sex from them.