ending slavery. restoring lives. a pieceful movement of many voices
Kelsey Collins was 16 when she fell silly in love with a loser.
It was bound to happen. For all of her street toughness, Kelsey was naive, the kind of kid who would accept a ride from a stranger with only a vague sense that bad things could happen.
Being young, she fell for an older boy who was plenty nice at first, buying her shoes, clothes and dinners.
Which is why Kelsey was so confused when, a few months into the relationship, he hinted that she could make a lot of…Continue
Added by Greg Russinger on December 20, 2010 at 3:14pm — No Comments
By Christopher L. Heuertz
It was almost 20 years ago that somebody first tried to sell me sex.
I was on my first visit to Asia. Looking for a cup of coffee one afternoon in Bangkok, I was walking across a pedestrian overpass, far from a red-light area, when someone offered me a young woman. The whole thing was remarkable for how undramatic it was. The solicitation seemed…Continue
Added by Greg Russinger on December 17, 2010 at 3:21pm — No Comments