Not just prostitutes: What you need to know about the depth of human trafficking in Utah

Put yourself in these shoes: You’re a single mother, a nursing student, gearing up to get your degree. Suddenly, you find yourself in a tough spot. 

You’re approached by someone who tells you, “I have a way for you to get quick money.” You look at your two children, and decide that you have no other choice but to try to survive. 

This is the true story of a Utah woman who began prostituting herself voluntarily in order to keep her children alive. Eventually, she moved in with her trafficker, but after working only a couple of nights as a prostitute, she decided she couldn’t do it anymore. She said she’d find another way, and that it just wasn’t “her.” 

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Read more at: http://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2018/01/11/not-just-prostitutes-what-you-need-know-depth-human-trafficking-utah/1025817001/

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