Blog of Tanja Rahm, survivor of prostitution, Denmark: http://tanjarahm.dk/ Read more
Soul Destruction is a series of novels, exposing the dark world and the harsh reality of life as a drug addicted call girl. The first book, Soul Destruction: Unforgivable, follows Shelley Hansard, a crack psychotic, heroin addicted, London call girl who gets the opportunity to take revenge on a client who raped her and her friends. Read more
I was a call girl/escort/prostitute in Dublin, for four to five years.
This is where I have a voice, this is where I can say the truth.
Comments from the pro prostitution lobby will be briefly skimmed over and then discarded.
Comments trying to provoke me into a debate about legalisation/criminalisation/decriminalisation, will just get deleted straight away. There are other places to discuss those issues. This isn’t it.
Comments from punters telling me what Nice Guys they are will also (...) Read more
I am a thirty-six year old Irish woman who was prostituted from the age of fifteen to twenty-two.
I am writing this blog to highlight the true nature of prostitution – the commercialisation of sexual abuse.
I welcome comments, feedback and discussion, but please do not come on here (as one fool recently did) and try to peddle the myth of the happy hooker to me – because I worked in every area of prostitution and nothing I saw anywhere, at anytime, showed anything to support that.
Thank you (...) Read more
See several blogs of survivors below.
Survivors Connect Network: Several survivors of prostitution/trafficking have joined together and created this blog, where you’ll find writings and referrals to blog posts. It’s a place to find the writings of members of Survivors Connect, the International Online Leaderless Network of Trafficking/Prostitution Survivors.
For more testimonies and information, visit the following websites:
Demand Change, UK
End Prostitution Now, Scotland
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So the problem I find myself coming up against time and time again is this: how to live with these horrific images and memories which are burned into my brain? I’m clean and sober, this week it is four years.
The images remain.
If I’d hoped that getting clean and sober and working a programme would somehow magically erase that shit I’d be sorely disappointed. Sobriety enabled me to remove myself from that situation, and every day sober adds a little distance timewise from that place. But the (...) Read more
Rebecca Mott regularly writes on her blog.
"I was abused for too many years, I learnt to survive by never allowing it in. I was obsessed with film and TV, so I made it fiction.
Then I thought none of the pain and humiliation would go into me. It was not me that was being treated like a piece of dirt. It was an actress.
I thought if it was a only a film, then I could make a happy ending.
I thought I had that much control."
Rebecca Mott’s testimony here.
Read here Rebecca Mott’s article (...) Read more