Brianna’s Story: How Pimps Find their Victims

This industry thrives because it is uncomfortable to talk about and so it remains in the dark. Please, I implore all parents to educate yourselves and discuss this information with your children. A little bit of education now could save their lives later.

To your family’s safety.
Chris B. Jácome

Purposefully Scarred

Link to original article via MSN TakePart: "The Girl Who Got Away" Link to original article via MSN TakePart: “The Girl Who Got Away”

Written by Alison Singh Gee:

Most Americans think sex trafficking is something that happens somewhere else to someone else, if they think of it at all. Brianna was a bubbly high school student, a beloved daughter and sister, and a cheerleader. Trafficking was not on her radar.

After school Brianna waitressed at a diner in her small Washington state town. Richard, a man in his mid-40s, and a woman he introduced as his wife often came in and engaged Brianna in conversation. Richard asked her about her life (she was the youngest daughter of five kids in a loving middle-class home), her birthday (she would turn 18 in a couple of weeks), her dreams for school and work (to go to college in Seattle), and the kinds of boyfriends she liked the most (handsome blond athletes). Brianna thought…

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About Chris B. Jácome (CBJ Music)

Chris B. Jácome is a Flamenco Guitarist & Composer. In between concerts and tours as Artistic Director for Jácome Flamenco, he enjoys training in his top secret flamenco ninja lair. 1. Yes, the flamenco ninja lair is awesome! 2. You will know when you're invited.
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