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To break her in, she was raped several times a night.
Her whole world was shattered into pieces. She had been tortured and abused, and survived serious injuries inflicted by buyers and pimps, but this pain was nothing to her, compared to the pain of being deceived by the man she loved.
She once tried to escape but failed, even though she cried, screamed for someone to help her, people just stood by watching, without even a look of sympathy, tears stream down my face.
One rape leads to a lifetime of depression and women in this jungle get raped every day, twenty times, thirty times a day. All the women who work here have their own stories with one thing common: no one has come here out of their own choice!
Even if they leave this place, where they will go? Society will always label them as prostitutes.
It is impossible to feel their pain and to imagine the situation our children and we are in. At present, there exist more slaves than any other time in the world history. Saddening but truth is that we are living in a “Slave World.” No matter the slaves are from bonded labor, farms or flesh trade, all these forms of slavery put big question marks on our nation’s integrity.
I believe everyone deserves life with dignity and a good future without selling flesh as written in article 21 of the constitution.

Product Details :

Author Mohd. Nasir Ali
Binding Paperback
Brand imusti
EAN 9789386073778
Edition 1
Format Import
ISBN 9386073773
Label Notion Press
Manufacturer Notion Press
NumberOfPages 112
ProductGroup Book
ProductTypeName ABIS_BOOK
PublicationDate 2016-08-02
Publisher Notion Press
Studio Notion Press
Title Prostitution, Not Always a Choice