While there, I learned about human trafficking from the front lines by going into brothels, interviewing a freelance sex worker, and hearing first hand from investigators about the complex nature of human trafficking and what local authorities and The Exodus Road are doing to end it. You can read the stories of my experiences by scrolling down. (Not sure what to read first? Read this: Being Baptized into the Red Light District)
Want to learn more about The Exodus Road and how it got started? Read this book: The Exodus Road – One Wife’s Journey Into Sex Trafficking and Rescue
Posts about my experience in Thailand with The Exodus Road:
Want to Support The Exodus Road?
Here’s how you can tangibly help fund investigations and raids that bring actual freedom to real girls: Go HERE and sign up to donate $35/month to help get young girls out of brothels (we’re looking for 50 monthly donors). This is specific to India, and 100% of your donation goes to funding investigations that lead to the freedom of these minors. I know it’s hard to read these stories and feel so helpless, but you *can* help. You may not be able to go onto the front lines and kick down brothel doors, but you can hire those who can and who are.