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Sarah's previous history with abuse may have made her more vulnerable, but it could easily happen to you, or your daughter, or your sister, or your wife. She put her trust in the wrong person. A mistake that was a tragedy for her and could've cost her life. It did cost others mentioned in the book their lives. It proves that a normal person who accidentally slips up could be in the same situation. In fact, it's going on under your nose right now. Together, we can all do something to raise awareness. This is not someone else's problem - it's everyone's problem.
I applaud Sarah for having the strength and courage to share her story, and break the common misconceptions that surround trafficking. She is one of the lucky ones who managed to escape, but she is far from healed. Everything that's happened to her is an ongoing struggle to deal with. I really hope that one day she will heal the invisible psychological wounds.
This could happen to any female in your family. She was tricked by a false job advert. And it was her own countryman and countrywoman who did it. She didn't go to a third-world county or even end up on the streets in the States. This is Western Europe!
It's hard to believe what some women will do for love-as Sally the prostitute/pimp did when she helped lure Sarah to her degradation. And of course misery loves company.
And I did wonder about Sarah's mom. Maybe she was so into her own misery so that she really had not time or energy to notice her husband's abuse of their daughter. Maybe. But you wonder. No womanly, feminine intuition? No canny thoughts or even dreams of warning? No little nagging thoughts or observations? Or does a battered woman lose those things or not even have them to begin with. She ignored her mother's advice (Sarah's grandmother) and warnings about her husband. Did she hang on to try and prove her mother wrong?
At first I was reading about the Eastern Europeans and Africans (north and South) with disgust and these pimps are. But then I noticed the two who tricked her were fellow Brits and the Dutch don't come out looking good either.
The good that I saw in this account was she survived and escaped, plus, we are not alone. She was advised and warned by her mom and siblings, but chose to ignore the advice. And she got a very strong reaction on reaching the Dutch airport. She also got a strong negative impression of the prostitute/pimp on meeting her. She knew something was very wrong and very strongly felt she should turn back. She chose not to. And that's not her fault. It can take time to trust one's instincts. But good to know that we all get warnings and feelings and it's our choice to go with it or not.
Never had any interest in going to Amsterdam's red-light district and thought it weird when people-especially women- told me they went to look. Why? And I can just go out of my door and see them here in the States just a couple of blocks away, but why?
This book helps me to more understand why I wouldn't want to.
One reviewer decries the book. And yes, the book is extremely well-written and I wondered how she could have written it so well, but it does say she was aided by someone else. Doesn't make it all a pack of lies. And the women are being exploited and abused by mostly men (there are women who abuse and exploit women too). And others are making a lot of money off them. I don't like prostitutes or want them next door, but I really dislike the pimps and pornographers more. They truly live off the backs of women. They don't build up a society. They don't create industries or advancements we all enjoy. Enough of my soapbox.
I wish Sarah the best and thank her for her honesty and warnings.
one of the salient characteristics in her account is - until the latter part, anyway- the lack of any law enforcement protection..... in fact we see the compliance and corruption of those agencies which are supposed to protect us and our children form the monsters who organize the sex slave world.
This author has seen murders take place, snuff movies made- and yet the sleazy world of sex trafficking is still in full swing even to this day...... there is a rallying cry here- to allmen included- we must starve the sex slave traffick out of existence by exercising control over our impulses.....
these women are our spiritual sisters, mothers, daughters, for gods' sake- please, my brothers all we have to do for this evil octopus to dry up and wither away is to deny it money- deprived of funds the entire porn / sex industry would crumble within a short space of time......
if we love our women, this is the price we must pay for their liberation...... and,indeed, ours too........
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