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"He’ll grab your waist and whisper in your ear but six months later you’ll find yourself drunk texting him that you miss him and he won’t respond."

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Melissa Woodward speaks out about being sold as a child into the sex trade industry in America and her life as a child prostitute and stripper. Melissa is now the executive director of a non-profit organization who’s mission it is to Prevent, Rescue and Heal children victimized by sex trafficking in America.

Sex Trafficking in America: A Former Sex Slave’s Story of Hope

Child Sex Trafficking on the Internet, Selling the Girl Next Door (CNN)

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"white people can’t danc-"


"white people can’t twer-"


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"You don’t ever really let go, though. You don’t stop. You don’t stop hurting, you don’t stop loving. It doesn’t go away, you just keep living and eventually things get pushed into the background of your life so it’s not consuming you every day. And then one day you know you’re okay. It still hurts, you still miss that person. And yeah, you forget the details. The way he smelled, the way his mouth tasted, how his skin felt, the sound of his voice. It’s almost like a different life. But on a day-to-day level, you know you’re okay. Sort of."

- Falling Into You (Jasinda Wilder)

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Its 12:53 am. Where are you? More importantly why am I even thinkin of you?

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