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March 23, 2010

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Siobhan

Thank you for putting this article on your blog. So many of us are so sheltered in the United States that we fail to realize how blessed we are and how much other women need our prayers. I will continue to pray for women who are victims of sex trafficking, and view my freedom in a whole new light.

Claudia

We have a similar problem, right here in our small town (and likely in other American cities and towns), involving high school girls. They go "missing", lured into escaping the restrictions of home, hooked on a number of designer drugs, and in order to keep receiving those drugs, basically sold into prostitution. They disappear. After the frantic search of one mother, supported by many in our community, her daughter was found, and is currently receiving intensive drug detox and rape counseling. Clearly parents, pastors, teachers at the high schools need to be warning our kids.

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