Observations from my trip: – life is better when you assume positive intent The most interesting aspect of Vegas for me was the openness of the sex trade and that the abolitionists representing I believe Shared Hope International were holding up signs talking about the shame of Vegas, selling her daughters to sin, but having […]
During the days of Rome when the Circus Maxius existed to occupy the minds of the economically deprived and overpopulated empire of Rome prior to the suppression of the feminine divine in Roman culture, there existed an age called the Pornocracy. I invite you to research the phenomenon on your own; the concept entertains me. […]
Next Monday marks the thirteenth anniversary of my first encounter with human traffickers. There’s really not much point in going into the story behind that run in, except to state unequivocally that the day in question essentially shaped the rest of my life, and is when I began both physical training and researching in earnest. […]
First, I should probably state for the record that I’m not actually supposed to be writing about this. Or thinking about it, or about him. As my mentor said, some minds were never meant to be touched, and sometimes the fire is real. I am hoping that by writing about the question, I will never […]
I don’t go out very often because I deal with severe social anxiety and depression as a result of my time on the Training Floor and repeated injuries – it often seems as though my entire life is dedicated simply to physio, walking the dog, writing, or sleeping – but when I do go out, […]
Fair trade principles state that through the intellectual and financial empowerment of individuals and through community building, advocacy and awareness campaigns, financial literacy and personal development programs, we can improve not just the quality of life but both industry and environmental standards. One of the primary difficulties I encounter while advocating for trafficking victims and […]
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