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A New Home Opens its Doors to Victims of Sex Trafficking

Women who have been trafficked often have few places to go, but that's slowly changing. If Casandra Diamond didn’t have a safe place to go in September 2004, she would likely still be working in the sex trade, not knowing a life without violence. She had begun stripping about 10 years earlier, at the suggestion of a friend. She was 17. For Diamond, whose childhood included abuse and violence, it […] The post A New Home Opens its Doors to Victims of Sex Trafficking appeared first on Torontoist.
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