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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Playboy Bunny to Sex Workers Anonymous Member - the Story of Austin

How does someone go from being a Playboy Bunny to being a Sex Workers Anonymous member?  Come find out at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stopsextrafficktalk/2014/06/21/playboy-to-prostitution--sex-workers-anonymous-member

Hear what happened with the local church came to the club to do outreach.  Why did she go from travelling the world dancing to seeing wealthy and powerful men - to now being a file clerk in a small town of Florida and going to SWA meetings?  Come come out.

If you want help to quit any part of the sex industry, for any reason, whether you are male or female - please come talk to us confidentially at www.sexworkersanonymous.net

PS - I need to ask for some help.  To bring you this radio interview I had to pay for Blogtalkradio for a month at the cost of $40.  I live on SSI disability of $720 a month.  That $40 is a lot of money to me.  But it was important to get her story out there to hopefully warn young girls about the dangers that await them in the strip industry.  I am seeing them pop up everywhere like wild fire - especially in Los Angeles where I'm at.  Please consider donating $10, $20 or whatever you feel like you can help us out with at www.sexworkersanonymous.net or even buy one of our Recovery Guides.  I'm going to be recording the story of a woman who worked in the legal brothels of Australia soon along with the story of Savannah who just graduated with her social work degree telling us her tale of trafficking to now triumph - if I can pay for another $40 a month to keep these interviews coming.  I've been told the teen trafficking victims can't come to our adult meetings - but they can have their therapist or social worker supervise them listening to these interviews so they can find hope and inspiration anyway.  To have them not feel so "unique" and know that hope is possible is one of the goals of these interviews - along with getting the message out to those who might not be able to come to meetings because they're sick, disabled, in jail, etc.  Thank you.