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The Thin Line Between Pornography and Human Trafficking

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Doreen La Guardia

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"When I was six years old, I was sexually abused.  When I was 10, my father was killed.  As I grew older, money was hard to come by.  When I was waitressing, I met this charming man, dated him, and he swept me off my feet.  He taught me how to make easy money and fast cash.  He said it was no big deal to perform a trick or two.  Then I became three or four like and addiction.  Then was introduced into the cyber sex world and did shots for the online industry.  It was easy and easy money.  At one point, I had an unplanned pregnancy.   This is what changed my life.  It was the thought of my child seeing my online pictures and videos.  They never go away.  We don't normally think of ography as trafficking -but it is. Once the pictures are up, they are shared with millions. They go from one site to another and they never come down.  Many girls you see online don't want to be there and have been sexually abused."  KAREN 

Join us tonite for an open forum discussion on the dangers of ography and it's connection to Human/Sex Trafficking.   Guest:  Saul  Castianos  from THINKFREEDOMCAMPAIGN.ORG

Hosts: Doreen La Guardia  and Cisco Acosta

SHOW SPONSORED BY:    STUDENTSFORABETTERFUTURE.COM

 

 

 

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