Saturday, April 9, 2016

Sex Trafficking in America: Sex Slave Stories; Kirsty TV; Crystal Quintero, CC Liu, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly
Sex Trafficking in America: Sex Slave's Story
For the Sake of One TVMelissa Woodward shares how a relative groomed and sold her into sex-slavery, an organized crime that makes more money than the illegal drug trade. It made her life excruciating and almost unbearable. When she escaped, she turned to drug abuse, prostitution, then stripping. When she hit rock bottom, she discovered hope. See her testimony of being set free from the world of forced sex trafficking, child prostitution, and voluntary stripping in America. Hope and forgiveness are possible. More (For the Sake of One TV)
Children sex trafficked at Super Bowl
(Buzz News Now) Sixteen teenagers ranging in age from 13 to 17 were recovered by law enforcement in a crackdown on child trafficking surrounding the Super Bowl last weekend. The FBI said the teens included high school students and youth reported missing by their families.

Kid kidnapped, enslaved prostituted

Sex trafficking (modern slavery) survivor tells a woman's true story. Petra Hensley was sex trafficked at 16. She suffered unimaginable cruelty when she was kidnapped while waiting at a train station in the Czech Republic. She was taken into the underworld that is the sex trade industry as a victim of human trafficking.

There are more people in slavery today than at any other time in history -- even when chattel slavery (treating indigenous peoples and blacks as property). Estimates are that more than 27 million people are enslaved, many of them children. This topic needs our attention, but instead of having conversations around it, we remain ignorant and silent.

There is healing work to be done, like Petra. has a life-changing, 6-week online course of transformational soul work. Release the shame, stigma, and secrets. Live an authentic, full life! Discuss this episode at
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Kirsty hopes that you hear something universal in Petra's story, that you connect with her raw honesty and vulnerability. Perhaps you will realize that you are not alone... Let everyone be at peace with who they are (warts and all) and learn, grow, heal through hearing another person's story. The conversation continues on Facebook

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