A feature documentary film

Shining a light into the darkness of the human

trafficking of boys.

Human Trafficking is a business where SUPPLY always equals DEMAND. In fact, it is the only one where this is, unfortunately, a reality.

-Kevin Bales, Disposable People

Malinda Baum (photo by: Chris Cina)


is a director, filmmaker, mother, and grandmother, whose mission is to serve and shed light on tragedies to prevent human trafficking. Through the documentary #BoysToo, Malinda aims to help vulnerable children see their worth before being groomed by traffickers. Education and service are the two pillars of Malinda’s overall mission, including training individuals to IDENTIFY the signs and RECOGNIZE the symptoms of young boys being groomed for a life of human trafficking.

“My passion is to create a film that sparks discussion and change globally, as human trafficking knows no boundaries in terms of race, religion, or socio-economic status. Boys are also being trafficked, and I was devastated to learn about this from Bob Williams, CEO of Bob’s House of Hope.”

For years, Malinda has been passionate about helping victims of trafficking during her years as a firefighter and paramedic – and has identified a massively prominent lack of training surrounding human trafficking – and the unspoken of epidemic surrounding the sexual assault of young boys and men. Malinda has worked tirelessly to produce and direct the documentary #BoysToo in order to raise awareness on this important topic – because no human deserves to be a victim of human trafficking.

My devotion and passion for this project is to create a film that sparks discussion and spurs lasting change in our communities both in Texas, nationally and globally. Trafficking is a global issue with global consequences.

I was devastated to find out through further research, education, and personal experiences that human trafficking knows no boundaries when it comes to race, religion or socio-economic position. It can be found everywhere – in the USA and globally – and perpetrators can be anyone, including women.

I HAD to do something, so I used the skills I have to begin the journey of making #BoysToo, a documentary aimed at raising awareness about this horrific issue. It is my hope that through this film, I will be able to help people recognize and prevent more cases of human trafficking.

Growing up, I heard the old adage, “It takes a village to raise a child”. While the village is ever changing, I believe this concept to be true at its core. Would you band together with me to be a part of the village whose mission is to keep them safe?

Please join Malinda Baum in supporting her mission to keep young children safe by hosting a screening of #BoysToo. By clicking the “request” button below and filling out the form, you will help make a positive impact in the lives of those affected – and become a change agent to combat human trafficking altogether.


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