Daily, I receive a news link focused on the horrors of exploitation of women and children, and even men. Some articles are too rough to read. For those working on behalf of organizations, charities, missionaries or others engaged in trying to curve the world epidemic of sexual exploitation, human trafficking and slavery, and rape and incest, it serves as an awareness and education link.
I’m reposting a blog by Charlotte Issyvoo of Vancouver, B.C. below. It’s the perspective of a woman who has lived these horrors. Her words are meaningful and truthful, yet jagged and rough, but a perspective that we can all learn from. She moved me.