Sexploitation: It’s time to do something

Nathan was just 5 years old when his biological mother began trafficking him, allowing boyfriends and other men to sexually abuse him in exchange for drug money, rent money, groceries, cable tv and a new iPhone. And images of his body were also used in child pornography. He finally entered foster care at age 9,... Continue Reading →

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Sexploitation: It’s time to talk about it

I began researching sexual abuse in college when I was dealing with my own personal healing. To be honest, there wasn't a whole lot of research available then, so I primarily relied on my my pastor to give me guidance. After I became a youth worker I learned how to recognize the signs of child... Continue Reading →

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