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Glendene talks to Jane McCormick, author of Breaking My Silence: surviving the sex trade 

A former high roller Las Vegas call girl reaching out to keep girls out of prostitution. 

The following excerpt is from http://www.breakingmysilence.net/: 
 
Jane McCormick tells her story, with the help of her partner, Patti Wicklund, not to titillate, but to help young women decide not to enter prostitution, to show them that getting out is far more difficult than getting in, and to give hope for escape to those caught in the web of prostitution. Envisioning changes in federal and local laws regarding the sex-trade industry, Jane McCormick hopes for a place where exploited women might find refuge, self-confidence, and help to put their lives in order.
 
"Breaking My Silence"
 
Confessions of a Rat Pack party girl and sex-trade survivor is a bold truth about Jane McCormick’s abusive childhood, too-young wife and mother, rape, prostitution and her inside stories as the Las Vegas, “high-class call girl” during the 1960s. 
 
Jane McCormick is called a sex-trade survivor, and was a “high-class call girl” and former prostitute.  But what she really was and still is today, is a successful entrepreneur, a true women’s advocate, and born to be a natural marketing/business major from the college of life. 
 
Jane’s played a big part in our American history during the 1960s and today is an inspiration to all women who seek equality and want to fight against women’s violence.

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