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It's just human nature. Can't afford a make-over? Talk to us as maybe we have a member whose a beautiful who can help you out. Ask ask ask ask and ye shall receive. All over this world right now people are making money in ways other than through sex work.

In fact, most of the wealth in this world is not being generated by those working in the sex industry. I've heard of a lot of members who started up dog walking services.

One woman worked her way up to a dog grooming van. She'd pull up to the dog park daily and soon told me she was making more money grooming dogs than she made as a prostitute. Having a lot more fun too. Maybe you can't get a job, or start your own company, because you've got damage or illness from your time in the sex industry. I know of one woman who was shot in the back with a 9mm trying to leave her pimp.

That woman wasn't going to be able to get a job doing anything for some time. She was having trouble just walking from the bed to the bathroom. For her, she needed to turn to disability services. Since it takes time to apply for this, she then had to rely upon social services for a few months until they could arrange to get her a check coming in and housing.

People get disabled all the time and if you're having trouble getting yourself some aid, go and find someone in that area who is getting aid. Ask them how they got assistance. Maybe they have a name or a phone number of someone who can help you. I got a a call a few days ago from a member of our program crying because she'd just been fired. As we talked more about it, she admitted she was talking on her cell phone repeatedly during work hours and in front of her supervisors.

She had very large tattoos on her feet, arms and neck she wasn't covering up in an office environment. It's not that hard to wear long sleeves, a turtleneck, and boots or tights to cover up foot tattoos. Well in all honesty she didn't. Being fired was her excuse to go back and turn a few tricks.

It's like the alcoholic who blames his wife or his job for his drinking. Once he really gets sober he finds they're not the problem after all. That or without needing the resentment any longer they get removed from his life. So get real with yourself about your desire to really leave the industry.

You either want out or you don't. I can assure you the younger you are when you quit the better. There's nothing harder to try and accomplish than someone in their 60's trying to change their lives then.

Figuring out how to support yourself financially is something everyone in this world does at some point. It makes you part of society at large rather than being on the fringes. I myself after my stroke found myself suddenly flat on my back in bed unable to get out of it at risk of dying. I had rent to pay, a car payment, no health insurance, and a child to support. I prayed, then found ways to support us during that difficult period. I even made a deal with the supermarket next door to give me their food they were going to throw out at midnight every night.

There was a chicken place that at 10 pm when they were closing they'd also give me whatever they hadn't sold. I actually had more food than I could eat when I made this arrangement! I found myself giving the leftovers to the halfway house a few blocks over.

I took in a boarder who didn't want her abusive ex-husband to be able to trace where she was living. With the apartment in my name he couldn't find her. So my situation even became a blessing for others. My rent was coming due in a few days. I had been working as a waitress anywhere that would hire me while also going to college working on my psychology degree. I had just turned 18 years of age and moved out into my own apartment. I was absolutely determined not to go back to my mother's house either.

After all the work I'd put into leaving my mother's house last thing I was going to do was admit defeat by returning home now with my tail between my legs broke and hungry. I had just been fired from just about every restaurant, bar and club in Los Angeles county and out of options. I would sit on the couch while she went into the bedroom in exchange for being paid extra as a driver.

From the couch, I was then paid extra to take off my top and just be nude while she performed the sex. After she got me comfortable being in the house, then being nude, then it was more money to have sexual contact. Once I bought myself a beautiful new car, then I started thinking how nice a new wardrobe would be too. After the car and the clothing, I realized I had to have all new furniture too.

Then of course I had to raise up the money to pay for the four year college I'd be going to once I finished up at the community college. I added up how much money it would take me to finish paying for college, along with my living expenses once I got my degree, and then of course I reached that goal.

She worked out of her home so this of course meant I needed to buy a house nice enough for me to practice out of. Soon I had the money raised for my living expenses, tuition, even the house I wanted to live and practice out of once I got my degree. I couldn't put the money into the bank because then the IRS would want to know where I was getting all this money from. I couldn't buy a house for cash because then I'd get the IRS wanting to know the source of all this money.

I realized I would need to find a way to launder my cash or I'd never be able to spend it. This of course meant I needed to go rent myself an office, get a business license, and set up a phony business to launder the money through by paying myself a paycheck. So of course now I had to raise more money to pay for this office, furnishing it, paying for the business license, the accountant, and all that stuff.

Many women in the industry have pimps. They give all their money to him and focus on paying him to shut him up. I didn't have a pimp. Then of course I had to buy something new again because I was now sitting on crates and an air mattress. The same with cars, furs, jewelry, etc. I realized I was like that addict chasing something I wasn't ever finding. That was a hard day. It was a hard day to realize I was now in this business because I wanted to be in this business.

No wolf was at the door. No pimp was threatening to kick my ass. No cop was chasing me. No monkey on my back telling me I had to go use drugs. No I was now a prostitute and I had absolutely no desire to stop any longer.

I mean why on earth was I thinking about quitting? Hell I could go on and do this until my legs fell off and then I could madam once I was years old and in a wheel chair. When I got too old to do any of this any longer I could go get myself a job as a madam at a legal brothel.

I mean why would I ever quit? To me sex work was the greatest thing since sliced bread. This was a group based upon the idea if we had control over our bodies as women to get abortions, take birth control, etc. I mean wasn't control over my body to do with as I wished include selling it?

I could sell my hair to a wig maker, my blood to a blood bank and even my eggs to a fertility clinic so why couldn't I sell sexual intercourse then if this was my vagina to do with as I wished? I also wanted to improve the safety of sex workers because I thought it was absolutely insane how we couldn't call the police when we were being beaten and raped while a secretary or housewife could.

I mean crack houses couldn't call the cops when they were robbed but why we were treated the same as crack dealers? This was what I told myself as I drove around in my Mercedes SL convertible, wearing my fox fur coat, my fingers stacked with gold jewelry, cruising into up into my driveway of my condo south of Ventura Boulevard a few houses down from Hollywood movie stars. What was I thinking when thinking about ever quitting?

One night I had a horrifying dream of me sitting on the top bunk in a womens' jail. I was wearing this forest green dress which looked no different than if someone had put a hole in a hefty bag and told me it was a dress.

I could feel the cold cement and hear the clanging noises of a jail cell doors slamming behind me. I've had dreams like this my whole life and I knew what it meant.

When I have these prophetic dreams which come true — they are always like Polaroid snapshots in color I'm looking at. As I woke in a cold sweat from this dream I knew it was a warning of what was to come — I was about to be arrested. I phoned my mother and told her we needed to talk. We met in a Denny's because I knew she was going to freak out when I told her what I was about to tell her. I told her I'd had one of my prophetic dreams I was about to be arrested.

This was why I believed I needed to just turn around now and walk away. I certainly had enough cash stashed away at this point to well afford finishing school and start a whole new life so why not.

This was as good as any other day to quit — and quit while I was ahead. I had no criminal record of convictions, I had my health, I had plenty of money so now was the time to quit while I was in the best possible position to quit.

My mother of course started bringing up things like I had six months left on my lease at the warehouse and if I broke that then I'd owe them all that rent. I had her car payments still left to pay and other things I'd bought her on time which hadn't been paid off yet. There were ads I'd placed in magazines which weren't even due to come out yet for weeks that would be completely wasted if I walked away now. If I planned ahead I could probably even sell the business to someone.

What about the lease on her office? We'd also set up the first phone sex line I was aware of anywhere in the country for that matter. The phone lines of course ran on 30 day cycles so even if we pulled the plug things would contine on for at least another month. The calls however were dependent upon the ads in the adult magazines remember this was before the internet and all my mom could do was talk about how much money I'd have to lose and shell out if I just walked away right then and there.

I told her the only way I knew not to get arrested like my dream had warned me was to stop and stop now.

She came after me like a dog wanting his bone. My mom suggested since I had leases on everything, and car payments still coming due, that maybe I was just burned out. I could cut off the phones, lock up everything, run ads to sell the cars, and just go rent a nice hotel room with room service for a few weeks, put my feet up and take a long well deserved break.

It made sense to me. I understood how much sense Satan must have made to Eve and thus Eve made to Adam because that's how evil operates. Sure it sounds crazy to have the whole world at your feet, name everything in existence, but don't touch that one tree. I mean what sense does that make right? Why put the tree there in the middle of everything right where I can touch it if you don't want me to take a look at it or even taste one?

Certainly God wouldn't have put the tree right there unless he wanted us to eat from it right? My mom didn't pitch the fit I expected at all. No she made perfect sense and I agreed to her proposal. I mean what would it hurt? I went and rented myself a beautiful room at a nice hotel which had Japanese food they'd bring for room service that would let me and my pit bull Corky go anywhere we wanted in the hotel together.

I'm sitting there one night having just had some sushi sent to my room for dinner when the phone rings. Only I'd taken a cab there so I told them they were mistaken and hung up. I reminded them I had a deposit and it was 9: The clerk then insisted I had to come down immediately to sign something or they'd have to send out animal control in the morning because of a complaint had been signed about my dog running around unleashed and threatening people. As a pit bull this was a serious accusation.

I reminded them my dog is never unleashed and argued but the clerk was insisting I needed to come down there immediately no matter what I said. I opened my door to go to the front desk and I'm immediately pushed back into my room by a SWAT team.

I look above me and actually see a helicopter shining a light upon me. I then see teams of armored agents coming after me like I'm Pablo Escobar or something. I mean what on earth did I do to warrant what appeared to literally be half of LAPD outside to arrest me. I later learned to get me arrested the cop who was putting this whole thing together had literally formed a task force in order to go across all the different jurisdictions I had carefully set up so I couldn't be arrested.

I had the warehouse in Van Nuys, while the phones were in an office in downtown Los Angeles, which rang through an apartment in Oxnard, and nothing was even in my name. Who would think yes someone would go to all of that trouble just to arrest one hooker right? I was in so much denial about what was happening in my own life when the arrest warrant said I had 25 telephones operating I kept insisting there was a mistake. Then I started counting in my head and realized I actually had more than 25 phones and then realized I was in some serious trouble.

The police officers' eyes literally rolled back in their heads when they saw this much cash on me. This made him so angry he turned purple literally and started swearing at me like I'd killed his dog or something. As he goes storming off to get my bail raised I swear I can see steam coming out of ears. I then say I'll have my mother do it.

He warns me it's a common practice to arrest whoever posts the bail for a prostitute as her pimp. Then if the pimp can't explain where the cash came from he's then charged with a felony and everyone's in jail. It gets more complicated when I learn this cop has now told every bail bondsman he wants me kept locked up and no one had better post my bail or there's going to be hell to pay. Thankfully, I had a regular who offered up his house as collateral and my attorney had a personal friend who was a bondsman.

I was able to get my bail posted this way. I mean who knew posting bail could get me into more criminal charges when cops want you locked up as bad as these people wanted me locked up.

My attorney later advised me he had felt they were trying so hard to keep me in jail because they had planned on having me murdered on the inside and blaming it on another inmate. He had told me his other clients had told him about being approached by people with a lot of money offering to do the job. I suddenly feel like I'm just lifted up some horrible rock where all the maggots and slime have been hiding underneath hidden from sight.

As more and more of the truth about my life comes out, I realized if I hadn't of been arrested I would have most certainly been murdered in some form or fashion before that year was over. I remember while I was still in custody watching these mothers on TV. Their aughters' had been murdered and then left like trash in alleys protesting how the police weren't lifting so much as a finger to investigate who murdered their baby girls. Their protesting in the streets didn't even show so much as a sign of human emotion on the faces of the LAPD where if these bodies had been that of dogs I think they would have shown more concern.

Sex worker was a job title but a statement of who I was as a person so who had I been kidding all this time? At one of my all night coffee outings with my first sponsor, Paul, he had me pull out a piece of paper and list how much money I made on a good month in the industry. I was devastated when I realized not only was I operating at a loss most of the time, but further I hadn't paid a dime into my FICO so I also now had no social security to fall back onto.

Sure I looked more wealthy on the outside but here I was with it all taken from me by LAPD in two shakes because of how I'd obtained it all illegally. Sure I could claim some of the stuff back IF I could produce receipts or the testimony of people about who and why gave it to me.

So I didn't even really own what I thought I'd owned after all even. He wanted me to look at the types of friends I had in the industry. All the nights I thought I was confiding in her as a friend were being recorded and then used against me when I didn't do what these government men wanted me to do.

When I wouldn't sell them the women they wanted me to sell them then I had the same thing happening to me I've learned is the pattern — we're arrested, given the walk of shame, our faces and names plastered all over the press so we didn't stand a chance of being able to leave the sex industry for any other type of work.

Then once we had no other options but to continue on as a madam or escort because of the press, the restrictions probation had put on us, losing everything during the arrest — then when they came back to us again THIS time asking us to do what they want us to do we're much more cooperative So for all the money I thought I was making I was now right in the gutter with the rest of the gutter trash.

Because I'd now also lost control over my life and all dignity as a human being. Those were the things no amount of money could buy me back if I allowed that to happen to me and if I didn't leave the sex industry behind right then and there. Now am I saying this about anyone else other than me? I was the one in that position and no one else. This list I was writing out about what the industry was costing me was my list and my list alone. Every person on this earth has to decide what they can live with and what they can't.

We all have to decide for ourselves what we value and how much. So in some ways this inventory I was doing was part of my First Step as well as what became part of my Fourth Step. I further want you to ask yourself who really has the wealth in this world? Those who are in sex work or? I mean seriously ask yourself how many billionaire strippers do you know?

For that matter, how much ANY of us leave the industry with. I remember once a woman who had been working at the legal brothels of Nevada bragging to me about her million dollar retirement account she was going to leave with when she retired at 50 years of age. Now again I'm not saying there aren't men and women who don't leave the industry with money. I'm sure they're there. I just don't see them calling our hotline for help to leave the industry and doing so because they have a flushed our K retirement account.

I tried to reach out to her when she went on her well deserved nervous breakdown after learning she'd been cleaned out. The brothel owners kept blocking me from reaching her. If she wanted to keep working at her age because she wanted to — I'd totally respect her decision. I remember seeing a documentary on how Colonel Sanders had hit a rock bottom at an advanced age. I think he was 50 years old when he created the method of making chicken he became known for.

The film showed how he would pack up his equipment in the trunk of his car and drive from town to town introducing restaurant owners to his methods and recipes to franchise his idea. Mind you this was after he'd gone through a horrible business loss where he'd lost everything before starting over again essentially with just his chicken, a modified pressure cooker and a simple recipe.

He once lived in his car for a year while he was figuring out how to make a living off the stock market. The guy who made the Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion empire once was mixing up his lotions in a trash can while sleeping in his car he was so broke. So there are stories upon stories of people who have lost everything and built their way to wealth, along with those who were in advanced years and who achieved success from a point of zero in this world.

But I have YET to hear a story of an older sex worker who has done the same within the sex industry — legal or not. Now trust me I scan the news and I answer our hotline and I assure you'd I'd love to hear the story of one of us who leaves this industry with a bank roll. Even if I'm wrong, that's not the point here of this chapter. You're coming to us saying you don't see how you're going to be able to make the kind of money you're using to making in sex work now if you quit. You want to know how you're going to pay next month's rent or that next car payment that's coming due soon if you just up and quit.

Okay, let's ask you this — have you ever tried to quit before? Have you ever quit the industry, got a job and supported yourself for a time outside of the industry? You went back to sex work because that's where you are now. So did having a job, the house, the car, and all your ducks in a row back then stop you from returning to sex work? It didn't work and I had to go back to sex work.

I mean come on what a set-up for a self-fulfilling prophecy. To them, the more days they're sober the better they're going to do in life. Not so with us. Nor is going out to get someone to stick us in some residential program like we're animals in a shelter who can't manage our lives an answer either.

Sooner or later we have to face the fork in the road for us. That day when we have to decide what in the hell we're going to do with our lives. Everyone on this earth has to decide how they're going to eat and put a roof over their heads and we can't stay children forever. At some point we have to decide this also. But I acknowledge my experience isn't the same as some others. One of our early members, Vanessa, had been chained to a bed for over a year while bikers sold sex with her to men they'd bring up to her room in a hotel they owned for sex.

She had food brought to her room and her chain extended to the bathroom and this was her world for a year. One day there was a fire and she was suddenly free. This was in 's San Francisco and no one was going to believe her story. Besides, they had been injecting her with drugs to keep her sedated so very shortly she knew she was going to have to find drugs or she was going to be very sick very soon.

All she had was the clothes on her back, not even a pair of shoes to her name. The only thing she could think of to do was she'd noticed a bar down the street. Maybe there she could find a trick who would be able to get her enough cash to get some food, some dope a room for the night. What else were her options really? The homeless shelter back then wouldn't take prostitutes which in her daisy dukes and no shoes that's just what she looked like at the moment.

Especially being as she hadn't been outside of a hotel room for a year and strung out on drugs as she was. What do you do when you're trying to leave the industry, but you also got to eat? She's convince these women to come to her church, parade them around asking for donations to build her a residential program, and then send these women home.

Well soon the 1 st of the month came around and so did the rent coming due. The prostitutes, or ex-prostitutes, would start calling her wanting to know about how their rent was going to get paid.

I found out about this because these women in a panic would go online looking for a solution and come across our hotline. I'm now having to file a Stay of Eviction to buy them some time, and then I'm the one frantically running around either trying to find them work or some local church or program that will assist them with the rent, all while assuring them it's all going to be okay if they just hang on.

On top of it they're now feeling even more pimped than they did on the corner. With the women who contacted our hotline in this panic, we managed to get them all sorted out without them having to resort to going back to the sex industry. Like anyone who has a financial crisis in life due to death, divorce, disease or losing their job — we got them through it and they're doing fine now paying their bills other ways than through prostitution.

The group working together was able to always figure out some solution for those calling us in a panic. But what about Vanessa? Would it have been wrong for her to turn a trick to pay for her supper? I used to have a terrible fight with a methadone clinic we once had a meeting at. These women were only allowed to stay in the residential program for 30 days. Then they were booted out whether they had any new place to stay, a job, any money, etc. Meaning if they hadn't found a job or housing then that's where they were at 30 days — right back on the street corner.

What would happen is they'd not come to a meeting until about the 27 th day. That would make about as much sense as us telling an alcoholic in AA we'd pay their rent for them as long as they stayed sober. That's not working a program for anyone by anyone's standards. What we did do was to tell the methadone program they clearly weren't being responsible to their clients to focus only on their methodone, doing nothing about their housing and employment situation for them, then boot them out after 30 days with sticking us in the middle to try and do what they aren't doing.

They were the ones getting federal grant money to run their program, so it wasn't right to use us as free labor to not buckle down and hire someone to deal with this gap which was literally forcing these women in our opinion to not even see the point of bothering to get out of prostitution if they were just going to be homeless in 30 days.

So we advised the women they were legal residents of this program and were not required by law to leave the premises in 30 days if they didn't want to. As legal residents, they could insist on staying until properly legally evicted and thus getting out when they were good and financially ready to get out if they didn't want to go back to prostitution because of not having other options. We advised them if they wanted, they could exert their legal right to remain and stay until either legally evicted from the premises, or they found work and housing.

But this still leaves us with women in situations like Vanessa's. For cases like this, we refer to what an addict in Narcotics Anonymous would do when a doctor insists the taking of a drug is something that has to be done or the person could die. I remember during the delivery of my daughter my blood pressure soared so high they told me I had no choice — it was either take the pain medication or risk both of us dying right there in delivery.

I let them give me the pain medication, but I didn't consider it a relapse. I certainly didn't make myself pregnant with high blood pressure just to have an excuse to take a pain killer. If you literally can find no other options — then look to the story of Mary also in the Bible.

If even an addict finds themselves in situations like child birth where even they have to put a drug in their system to survive — the rule of thumb is whatever it takes to preserve life.

No one in this program is going to hold against you surviving. Again, the minute it's possible to stop — stop. Make amends and then move on. If you're not in a situation where you can stop just yet, well then start working on your plans. No one loses pounds in one day — sometimes things take time to go from point A to point B.

If again you can't lose pounds in one day we also understand sometimes things take time. Just stay focused on your exit plan then and keep moving forward. Especially if you are in a situation where you are being forced or threatened in some fashion.

If your leaving the industry endangers your life or that of others, then you need to stop, back up, and get in touch with someone in our program immediately. Then start working on your exit plan. Exit plans are different in every situation.

Sometimes you can just leave. Other times you need to diffuse your pimp or captor first before you can safely leave. In this situation, you have to go by what won't harm another person or yourself first when making your exit plan.

Sometimes it's as simple as calling while other times it might require a whole sting storage. As long as you have an exit plan in place and you're moving towards your goal, then we understand these things take time. That's why we're here — to do together what we can't do by ourselves. Even God who led the slaves out of Egypt didn't see fit to bring his people to their new home for 40 years. That was 40 years of eating manna and walking the desert — but they did wind up free people, no longer slaves, and in their new homes.

Everyone in this world has some thing like a day when they get fired right before the car payment is due. Then do they go out and turn a trick or grab a gun and rob a bank? They either turn the car back into the lot so their credit isn't harmed, they ask for an extension, they sell the car, they get a payday loan, or they find a way to make that payment.

Other people figure out a solution other than picking up the phone and booking a date. Remember, there's a huge difference between a car payment and staring into the faces of six kids who need dinner in an hour and you don't have a slice of bread nor a penny in your pocket.

Think of it like robbing a bank. It's not something you consider doing lightly or often. Still don't know what to do? I have told her that I will continue to post her messages publicly as long as she continues to send me unsolicited emails. I realize that Jody Williams has a serious mental problem and she undoubtedly needs help. I wish that she would seek out that help and stop harassing people who do not want anything to do with her.

If there is anyone who reads this blog who can reach out to her and offer help, please do. I know that I regret having had lunch with her many years ago. Jody apparently believes that I have some sort of power or control over the actions of others and that I am responsible for whatever they do to try to stop her from annoying them. Gosh, I wish I had that power, but I am a disabled senior citizen now, taking care of my more disabled husband of nearly 40 years and I have no power over anyone.

Perhaps Jody is projecting onto me the control she wants to have over anyone who contacts her for help or that she had over those who once worked for her when she was a madam. I am so glad that when I was working I did not encounter her or work for her, or quite possibly I would have turned into an abolitionist myself. Anyway, I do have so many other more important things to do than to deal with Jody Williams and her lies, threats and attempted manipulation.

Jody, the ball is in your court. Never contact me again. There were a few days where I was so lucky to not hear from our dear twisted Jody- it was wonderful! Unfortunately those moments of life without her harassing emails are few and far between. Or is that another part of the delusion you seem to be living in lately? You violated my right to privacy by posting private emails of mine online without my permission.

No one that I know of is using that name for their organization anyway, and as far as a domain name goes, she cannot trademark it, either. This includes all sites conducting e-commerce and sites such as Yahoo.

However, only some types of commercial domain names qualify for trademark protection. For instance, while domain names that use common or descriptive terms, such as healthanswers. Yes, dear Jody, you are a liar. You think that you can intimidate people with your lies.

Sorry dear, but we are on to you. Please do have your lawyer call me. Anyway, I am not the one who purchased the domain name for this site, and it is unlikely that you will be able to find out who did. In any case, there is nothing you can do about it. I will not allow you to continue to threaten me privately, so every single message you send to me will be posted here. That is not a threat- it is a promise. And when I get the time and energy, I will upload all her messages and my responses to her, which show the pattern of cyberstalking and harassment.

This type of request in NOT apart of any legitimate 12 step program. Likewise, if any person associated with sexworkersanonymous. The person running sexworkersanonymous.

She has on several occasions threatened those who have come to her for help with public exposure by publishing audio recordings of conversations. This recording and then exposure violates the spirit and letter of anonymity as proposed in 12 step groups. Anyone who reaches out for help from sexworkersanonymous will regret being forced into having their situation invaded by this apparently mentally unstable person. Another violation of anonymity by sex workers anonymous is when they contact you via email and social media without your permission.

Yet that is what Jody was stating in her latest rant to me after I have repeatedly requested that she stop contacting me. Apparently she believes that people who know me will find this outright lie to contain merit. The GALL of this woman is astounding. I found out I was right — my phone was being tapped and if I had let you say something like that on the tap you could have gone to jail sooner. I was also trying to look out for you.

You told me you knew these women and that if I wanted to keep working that I could do so without fear of being arrested by having them connect me to their regulars. You were talking about such things with me on the phone after I told you the phone was tapped. I had cautioned you that I had been followed back after having lunch with you, and the tap light went on my phone when you called me.

Yet you continued to talk about actively working in the business. You said these things on the phone after I had warned you everything around me was tapped. That scared the hell out of me. I was terrified to leave the house for fear I would be arrested for looking at a cop the wrong way.

She thinks everyone is a madam because she was one. Really, Jody, you need to be more creative with your lies. Anyone who has anything to do with this woman for any reason ought to have a mental evaluation, if, after their first encounter with Jody, they continue to have anything to do with her. This is very concerning under the circumstances. Jody will likely threaten this blog with a lawsuit. Jody forgets that we have a first amendment right to express our experiences and feelings.

Are these people really helping? Or do they really only amount to parasites who are looking for ways to profit and personally benefit in some way, from the criminalization of sex workers? We would like to hear from you! The information provided here involves direct experience with Jody Williams, after people contacted her thru her site at sexworkersanonymous. Jody has relentlessly attacked a number of people via social media and email.

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I realize that Jody Williams has a serious mental problem and she undoubtedly needs help. I wish that she would seek out that help and stop harassing people who do not want anything to do with her. If there is anyone who reads this blog who can reach out to her and offer help, please do.

I know that I regret having had lunch with her many years ago. Jody apparently believes that I have some sort of power or control over the actions of others and that I am responsible for whatever they do to try to stop her from annoying them. Gosh, I wish I had that power, but I am a disabled senior citizen now, taking care of my more disabled husband of nearly 40 years and I have no power over anyone. Perhaps Jody is projecting onto me the control she wants to have over anyone who contacts her for help or that she had over those who once worked for her when she was a madam.

I am so glad that when I was working I did not encounter her or work for her, or quite possibly I would have turned into an abolitionist myself. Anyway, I do have so many other more important things to do than to deal with Jody Williams and her lies, threats and attempted manipulation. Jody, the ball is in your court.

Never contact me again. There were a few days where I was so lucky to not hear from our dear twisted Jody- it was wonderful! Unfortunately those moments of life without her harassing emails are few and far between. Or is that another part of the delusion you seem to be living in lately? You violated my right to privacy by posting private emails of mine online without my permission. No one that I know of is using that name for their organization anyway, and as far as a domain name goes, she cannot trademark it, either.

This includes all sites conducting e-commerce and sites such as Yahoo. However, only some types of commercial domain names qualify for trademark protection.

For instance, while domain names that use common or descriptive terms, such as healthanswers. Yes, dear Jody, you are a liar. You think that you can intimidate people with your lies. Sorry dear, but we are on to you. Please do have your lawyer call me. Anyway, I am not the one who purchased the domain name for this site, and it is unlikely that you will be able to find out who did.

In any case, there is nothing you can do about it. I will not allow you to continue to threaten me privately, so every single message you send to me will be posted here. That is not a threat- it is a promise. And when I get the time and energy, I will upload all her messages and my responses to her, which show the pattern of cyberstalking and harassment. This type of request in NOT apart of any legitimate 12 step program.

Likewise, if any person associated with sexworkersanonymous. The person running sexworkersanonymous. She has on several occasions threatened those who have come to her for help with public exposure by publishing audio recordings of conversations. This recording and then exposure violates the spirit and letter of anonymity as proposed in 12 step groups.

Anyone who reaches out for help from sexworkersanonymous will regret being forced into having their situation invaded by this apparently mentally unstable person. Another violation of anonymity by sex workers anonymous is when they contact you via email and social media without your permission. Yet that is what Jody was stating in her latest rant to me after I have repeatedly requested that she stop contacting me. Apparently she believes that people who know me will find this outright lie to contain merit.

The GALL of this woman is astounding. I found out I was right — my phone was being tapped and if I had let you say something like that on the tap you could have gone to jail sooner. I was also trying to look out for you.

You told me you knew these women and that if I wanted to keep working that I could do so without fear of being arrested by having them connect me to their regulars. You were talking about such things with me on the phone after I told you the phone was tapped. I had cautioned you that I had been followed back after having lunch with you, and the tap light went on my phone when you called me. Yet you continued to talk about actively working in the business. You said these things on the phone after I had warned you everything around me was tapped.

That scared the hell out of me. I was terrified to leave the house for fear I would be arrested for looking at a cop the wrong way. She thinks everyone is a madam because she was one. Really, Jody, you need to be more creative with your lies. Anyone who has anything to do with this woman for any reason ought to have a mental evaluation, if, after their first encounter with Jody, they continue to have anything to do with her.

This is very concerning under the circumstances. Jody will likely threaten this blog with a lawsuit. Jody forgets that we have a first amendment right to express our experiences and feelings. Are these people really helping? Or do they really only amount to parasites who are looking for ways to profit and personally benefit in some way, from the criminalization of sex workers?

We would like to hear from you! The information provided here involves direct experience with Jody Williams, after people contacted her thru her site at sexworkersanonymous. Jody has relentlessly attacked a number of people via social media and email.

Content Let her own words speak for themselves People can say all sorts of things online. In order to protect the IP addresses of our members, ads for www. As a 12 step group, we operate on the donations and sales of our recovery literature to our members in compliance with our 7th Tradition. This means members can donate to us freely, or they do things like buy our Recovery Guide.

Family members have a book also they can buy from us on how to provide help to someone going through the exiting process and recovery. Sales of these items are derived from people contacting us and then once aware of these products - they may choose to buy them.

So I have a financial interest in being able to access Craigslist and Backpage for many reasons. Since our book sales are dependent upon sex workers being able to find out about us in the first place, this means I not only place ads for us on your sites, but I also find contact information for workers who appear like they're thinking about leaving the industry, or who may find themselves being trafficked or exploited.

All things done requiring access to your site, if not being allowed to place ads like anyone else supposedly can do free on these sites. My "at home" freelance work I find by placing ads on these sites, as well as being able to read ads to find people who are looking for paralegal help, or help with online marketing.

Today I took a job from a woman who wanted me to place personal ads for her online. She just got divorced and would like a boyfriend only she doesn't know how to place ads on your site. Since she's not a prostitute, she is bombarded by men thinking she is when she places ads herself.

This is why she hired me today to help her screen the responses out to find someone not looking for a prostitute. I went to go online to place her ad only I found my IP address blocked. Meaning I can't do my job I was just hired to do.

Because your sites access IP addresses when people visit them, I can't have our members placing our ads on your sites because it would violate their anonymity.

So I can't ask anyone else in SWA to go onto your sites to place our ads or look for prospective new members for SWA, as well as buyers for our books. Therefore, you are putting me not only in an extremely impossible situation economically on both a personal and professional level, but you're really one to be talking right now about things like "free speech" and "censorship". For these reasons, I'm going to be filing the appropriate complaints with the appropriate agencies, and seeking to retain an attorney if this matter is not resolved immediately.

However if I can't do the job, this is costing me a great deal of money. Something I can't afford to lose right now being jobs one can find to do from at home are very difficult to find. Yes I have documented this job I've been offered I can't now execute because of this very situation. Please note I can't even access your sites from TOR. A supposed anonymizer just for purposes like this. By the way, part of the freelance job I was retained to do is to place personal ads for this woman online and screen the responses.

Interestingly, I've been finding quite a few personals ads which have been blocking my IP address as well preventing me from doing so. I"m documenting which sites those are now blocking me from doing my job. I can then research if they're also owned by you to name in any possible legal action I might have to file now because of this. I expect this ban on my IP address to be lifted by Monday, or I will start taking legal steps about this situation. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Jody Williams Well here it is - proof Craigslist is identifying your IP address every time you simply even go onto their site. Sex Workers Anonymous has been blocked from even VIEWING their site while at the same time their owners are crying about being "censored" and their free speech being blocked! You are aware the same company and people own Craigslist as Backpage by now I'm sure. I have a video also showing we've been blocked from all activity on Backpage now. Not sure how to post that here yet!

By the way, please note the browser used here is TOR. I thought this was an "anonymizer" site? My name is Jody Williams. In I created the first hotline in this country, as well as Canada and the world for that matter, for anyone who wanted to leave the sex industry for ANY reason, sex trafficking included please note the slang term of "sex trafficking" was not coined until the passing of the Trafficking Act of giving this issue federal recognition , who were adults to call us for help in doing so.

The hotline was connected to the first 12 step program addressing sex work also created for adults to find help in leaving the sex industry. This 12 step program, originally named Prostitutes Anonymous, was used to create the first alternative sentencing, diversion and outreach program for adults to be provided with alternative sentencing when convicted of prostitution criminal charges.

This work led to the county of Los Angeles creating a board at the request of then mayor Tom Hayden, Sheriff Block and Chief Gates, which called out to recognize for the first time not all involved in the sex industry were there by choice, therefore not all were "criminals". This hotline, and program, was the first time it was considered some in the industry might not be there by choice, therefore were "victims" of sex trafficking.

I specify we targeted adults because Lois Lee had already created the hotline and program of Children of the Night for juveniles in For this reason, anyone who called our hotline who was a juvenile was referred to her program for assistance.

We had no one else to refer them to other than Children of the Night for many years as no other program would work specifically for juveniles who had been in the sex industry for whatever reason. As you know, you have shut down the postings in your erotic sections of your website, Backpage. We appreciate and honor you've placed up on the announcement page about this shut down the hotline for juveniles who can contact Children of the Night for help.

Also that you have listed the National Trafficking Hotline on your site. What you do not have however listed on your site anywhere is a hotline listing for adults who want help to leave the sex industry who may not consider themselves a "victim".

Despite the omission, our hotline has been literally ringing off the hook since you shut down these pages. I can document I am an unpaid volunteer who has now been clocking in sometimes over 18 hours straight answering the calls which have been flooding into our hotline from people who are now in a crisis situation seeking help requesting said help from us.

These people do not consider themselves a "trafficking victim" and therefore do not see any reason to contact the National Trafficking Hotline. These are people who now consider themselves "without a job" without any warning. They are contacting us wanting all types of emergency assistance ranging from help to pay their rent, legal assistance to avoid eviction, help finding alternate employment, mental health counseling, drug treatment, and of course wanting to know more about our program, Sex Workers Anonymous.

We renamed our program to Sex Workers Anonymous after the internet was created in The reason we changed it after the internet was born was because of the invention of the webcam. This was bringing members to our doors who were not having physical intercourse for money.

Therefore, they did not identify with the label "prostitute". For their sake, we expanded the name of our program to "Sex Workers Anonymous" to accommodate those who were not having physical intercourse for money, but who were employed in the sex industry nonetheless.

While you think we'd be grateful for the people who are now going online in droves seeking help who are adults and thus finding out about our hotline, and program, we were unprepared for this avalanche of calls. We have no paid staff as we do not seek out grants, nor hold fund raisers. Since those coming to us are leaving sex work, and most of the time also getting clean, it's often years before our members are financially stable enough to even donate to our program.

Because of the large number of completely broke members, we've had to even put our Recovery Guide into an ebook so we can give it to members free. There is an outrage in those calling us that you do not have anything listed for adults who do not consider themselves a "victim". These are people whose livelihood has depended for years upon Backpage, who now are completely "out of work". They have no idea what to do other than become street prostitutes.

If they were able to get employed by the legal brothels - they would. Since they can't - this now is driving those who are not calling us for help into the streets in droves to work as illegal prostitutes. They feel you're making a statement. They feel you're saying by these actions that all adults employed in the sex industry are "sex trafficking victims" by the omission of our hotline number up on the same page you have listed the hotline for juveniles, along with the National Trafficking Hotline.

I'm writing you to ask you if you are aware of any of this first of all. I'm also writing to ask you what you plan on doing about the fact I've not had one full night's sleep since you took down these ads because of the large volume of calls coming into our volunteer hotline. They are not showing any signs of letting up either. We have no funds to hire anyone to answer these calls, nor can we charge the people calling us for help who are doing so because they are now "out of work".

I'm also writing you to see if you're aware how this has been supporting sex trafficking itself? I say that because the consensus of calls I've been receiving on this hotline is that those who are now without being able to advertise on Backpage, are not willing to take the risk of becoming street prostitutes, and can't for whatever reason go to work where it's legal. Therefore, many of them are now contacting sex trafficking operations seeking work they can provide them without relying upon your site.

This however is actually causing sex traffickers to profit from your actions. I have attempted to place ads where these people can see it for our hotline number so that our hotline is at least present on your site myself. I've now verified you must have some kind of software identifying my IP address or something, because every time I try and place an ad for us on either Backpage OR Craigslist, those ads are refused.

I have recorded proof ads from us are being deliberately blocked. However, when we have other members place the ads for us who have a different IP address than ours here at the World Service Office of SWA, they have no problem placing these ads.

The problem with this however is asking our other members to place ads for us violates their anonymity. We are aware if you can block our IP address, then you are recording IP addresses of those placing ads. Therefore, we can't ask our members to place these ads for us as that would then identify them as members, and thus violate their anonymity to outsiders. Since we know you've had to turn over records to law enforcement in the past, we can't take this risk.

So we have some problems here we'd like to discuss with someone there about this matter. People don't believe some of the stories I tell when as to why we issued a "red alert" Nevada is the most dangerous state for someone in the sex industry to live? Despite highly publicized cases of violence against Las Vegas resident Christy Mackbeing raped by an ex-boyfriend, or another porn performer Cytherea http: I mean how would five men know there was a woman behind the front door with enough confidence to kick it in, and then supposedly rape her in front of her family?

This doesn't sound like a random home invasion. There's also the high number of prostitutes who have gone missing where the police have not properly identified where their bodies are, nor who murdered them. For one thing - where's his violent history? Where's the "souvenirs" many serial killers keep? How many serial killers have you seen own a dog and living in their car?

Tonight I was sitting here watching an episode of "Cops" in Las Vegas and it left me speechless. I saw a couple run out of a cab without paying. Okay a crime, but a misdemeanor. They ran into their apartment. Now I'm confused about this because it's my understanding you can't enter private property without a warrant. I go and google this to see if the laws have changed and well apparently they have in Nevada.

Seems anyone can enter your home any time they want in Nevada now in fact and a federal judge will dismiss your case if you complain about this. Not impossible at all to consider when you look at the number of Nevada officers who have stepped down out of office because of allegations of corruption or outright sex trafficking as we saw with Joohon David Lee. On this "Cops" show, what prompted entering this apartment without a warrant was the accusation she'd "not paid for a cab". You've got someone who can enter into your home without a warrant is what you got.

Seems a federal judge will even back them up. Now supposedly the cops can't enter your home without a warrant on a misdemeanor arrest. But I noticed on the "cops" show the one cop yelled "welfare check" when it entered. Running after someone who just stiffed a cab driver I don't think qualifies as a "welfare check" unless the cop suspected the African American male was kidnapping the white girl with him who ran into the apartment.

But between what I just saw on this "cops show", and reading about this case in Henderson which the judge then threw out of court - WOW. All the more reason why I left Nevada. When the protection of your private home is subject to the discretion of some cop not getting twerked off at you for some reason, any reason, then it's not safe for anyone. If it's not safe to be in your own home minding your own business in Henderson, Nevada - then were is safe in Nevada?

I bring this up because I want people to understand how sometimes a predator can get a badge and then decide to use that badge to force women to prostitute for him while taking their money and getting sexual access to this victim whenever he felt like it. I've had it done to me by cops who were with the Beverly Hills and Van Nuys police when I was in my 20's, and from what I'm reading it's still happening to people such as Celeste Guap just to name one.

From over 30 officers and 3 Chiefs of Police in fact. That we know of so far also. She has supposedly said the sex was "consensual". I say "what else is she going to say when to say no would just piss of a cop and his buddies"?

Things like this are why I left the sex industry, but I'm reading about a family in Henderson who was home minding their own business when these cops took over their home and falsely arrested them. So this isn't about some "woman deserving it because she was a prostitute". We as people are supposed to be able to turn to the police for help - not assault.

Until that day where anyone can call the police when being forced to have sex, as well as be trafficked, then our hotline is going to remain on. If you need help for any reason to leave sex work and can't call the authorities for help with your situation - know you can call us confidentially and we're not connected with law enforcement in any way. Your call will not be sent to the police or authorities. Not without your express request any way. Celeste Guap , Christy Mack , Jessie foster , las vegas prostitutes murdered , las vegas rape victims , las vegas sex workers , Nevada sex trafficking.

Actually this is but a small part of a very deep spiritual principle. When we as individuals come into this program, we become part of the group. A wheel can travel much farther than a spoke alone. I used to look at it this way — you can go into a supermarket and see before you aisles of different sodas ranging from diet, diet caffeine free, sugar free, dye free, and so on and so on.

No better, no less than puts others on level with us that can make us truly uncomfortable. This is why we insist our meetings are open to anyone regardless of their gender, sexual identity, or even what they did in the sex industry itself. Who among us has the right to judge this line of distinction? What about those of us who were forced to recruit others into the industry by force or fear?

Is it any better or worse if the fear was that of starvation than of a gun? Again, who is to decide where these lines are when we know the only one who can truly judge our hearts at the end of the day is not man. But even this was challenged when the first African-Americans started coming to Alcoholics Anonymous back when segregation was actually still upheld and legal.

There was legitimate concerns allowing some of them to attend meetings could result in some meeting halls, or even homes, being burned down by racists. There is only ONE requirement for membership, and so long as you meet that requirement you're welcome here. This includes feeling our pain is somehow bigger than anyone else's too. Remember while some of us are putting down that mother of three who is working at that fast food restaurant for minimum wage, she would rather work two of those jobs than to do the things we're doing.

Something many of us have great confusion about being we're coming out of a world where everything's been all twisted upside down for us. The alcoholic has some instances where alcohol can be viewed as a social event taken for a celebration. The addict sees some drugs are used to save lives. But there's no instance we can see where the sex industry is something positive for anyone involved.

Once we had a woman call the hotline from a motel room. She'd paid for the night but didn't have money for another night while not having a job yet. She was in the motel in the first place she said because she'd decided to quit prostitution, and as a result had also been evicted out of her apartment. The last cash she had went into the motel room and she was calling us asking to help her pay for the room. We asked her if she wanted us to pay for the room, or show her how to not solve her problems with prostitution.

She didn't understand the distinction. To pay for her room was not going to teach her how to get through life, and economic problems, without resorting to prostitution, or turning to other people to take care of her. We assured her when the motel came to her in the morning asking her to leave, she had the legal right to refuse. The motel had to give her a 24 hour lock-out notice legally. During this time frame, we knew of a social services program she could go down to and ask them for help with a voucher which would take care of the motel while she either found work or got into public housing.

We responded we could show her how to get through this without resorting to going out on the corner to get cash to bail her out of this situation because we'd done this ourselves, and with other members, and knew we could help her get from point a to point b without turning a trick. I had been illegally evicted once myself and literally in this position. I went to the manager and said I would be fighting the eviction while seeking assistance, but assured them they would be paid.

They actually agreed to work with me so they got paid and I even stayed there for a few months until I was able to get into another apartment. Everyone won and I didn't relapse. I also knew God would find me a solution — as long as I was willing to take that solution. Should we have paid her rent? If at the first sign of financial struggle she was willing to go back on the street corner, then this would have been money wasted. Doing this would have saved her nothing.

We're not here to hand out money. It's not in accordance with our 7 th tradition for one and doesn't teach her how to rely upon herself for her solutions. Should Alcoholics Anonymous offer to pay the rent to every member who drinks up their paycheck and then can't pay their landlord once the binge is over?

We didn't create the situation this woman was in. She hadn't called us for help when she made up her mind to quit the industry without a plan in place about her rent which got her evicted in the first place. We weren't the ones who put her in a motel when we might have been able to let her stay with a member had she called our hotline sooner.

Bailing someone out on their rent is not helping them leave the sex industry behind. Leaving the sex industry is going to require adjustments which also require humility in order to be able to do them.

You might have to move into a cheaper apartment, turn in your car for a cheaper model, buy generics at the market, and make all kinds of adjustments while you're finding your way out. These are the same things everyone else has gone through finding their way through life also.

Maybe instead of stripping to pay for our tuition, maybe we need to be out asking for some grants, loans or scholarships. Social acceptability does not equate recovery with us anymore than our bank balance defines our recovery either.

We're the same around here whether we arrive at the meeting on the bus or driving a Ferrari. Something we've literally seen at our meetings by the way.

That we've living the life God is having us surrender to. It's why many treatment programs have new patients going out cleaning the bathroom floors with a toothbrush. Meaning until you can serve, you aren't ready to lead. The same holds true in all our affairs. Let's talk seriously about income now shall we? One of the most common mistakes those of us make upon quitting sex work is go out to the nearest fast food joint, or minimum wage job, and then try to get hired. I saw a lot of this in Las Vegas.

Vegas is a town where there's a lot of jobs available for someone who is willing to be a maid, house cleaner, etc. But go into the casino, motel, etc. You'll find many of them are minority women, older, without a lot of education. Hiring managers report they don't want to spend the time it takes to train someone only to have them leave in a few months. So yes they'll hire people they think can't find work elsewhere who will stay loyal. Now if that fits your description, and this is what you want, great.

If not, then move on. If you're not sure, ask. Call up some hiring people, employment agencies, personnel offices, and tell them you're job hunting and would they mind if you asked them a few questions. Most won't mind at all. Ask them what they look for when hiring someone. Every region, every season, every industry, is different. This is why I say when you're ready, start asking questions.

This tells you to be sure to tone it down when going on an interview. Your sponsor can be of help to you. If not, ask us here at the main office. We have members who work with placing people in employment for a living.

There are members here who can help you write a resume, figure out what you want to do now you're out, help you figure out how to apply for a job, and pretty much whatever you need to get on your feet financially. You just need to talk to us.

We even have a list of foundations who will invest in your starting up your own company, as well as scholarships available to those of us leaving the industry. People hire professionals to help them find work so realize it's not always as easy as falling off a log to find an income in this world.

I knew a woman who had been a stripper for a few years in Vegas. She was a beautiful woman. Tall, white, green eyes, lovely figure, and she was still young when she quit the sex industry. After knocking on doors day after day for maid, cashier, even parking attendant jobs and getting nowhere, she realized her best bet was probably going to become a dealer. Her skills as a dancer came in very handy for her as a dealer in Las Vegas.

She knew how to handle difficult drunks, how to graciously hustle tips, even how to count money well. She was fine until the recession of hit. She'd gotten married, had a few kids, bought a house and the last thing she wanted to do was jeopardize all of that by going back to work as a stripper. So realize even if you get into a good job for a long time, there might come a change in our economy, or your personal life, which sets you right back on your hind legs all over again just like when you were new.

I told her the story I remembered in the Bible about the poor widow who was down to her last meal when the prophet showed up at her door asking for food.

All she could find was an empty vase. It suddenly filled with oil and he told her to go and sell this oil. No matter how much oil she sold, she still had more leftover to sell. She became a prosperous woman by selling the oil in this ever flowing vase. So I asked her to give me an idea about what kinds of things did she have in her life and her home we could draw upon for inspiration.

She told me she'd just invested in this ultra deluxe carpet cleaner she needed between the kids and the dogs in her new home. It was a very expensive professional cleaning model she'd just bought.

This was also a very strong woman physically with a lot of ambition. She knew smaller motels didn't have quite the same staff and resources as the larger hotels and they might appreciate someone who could offer them carpet cleaning without a lot of overhead costs. Next thing we know she's setting off to start knocking on doors on these smaller motels.

Going from motel to motel she soon got herself some contracts set up. When she didn't feel like working that day, she hired herself some day laborers to do the work for her. In her case, not making money as a dealer turned out to be a huge opportunity for her.

We've seen over and over again where what's appeared to be a set-back actually was God opening up an opportunity for us we wouldn't have done otherwise. She sure wouldn't have started knocking on motel room doors with a carpet cleaner had she not found she wasn't making any money as a dealer any longer. That doesn't just apply to those of us coming out of the sex industry or who may have been victims of sex trafficking. Right now there is a shortage of jobs for everyone.

I can't turn on a TV without hearing people with graduate degrees complaining about driving a cab to pay the rent. So welcome to the real world where everyone has to figure out a way to make a living without resorting to the sex industry to do so.

But also keep in mind there are companies who openly will hire someone with a criminal record. You can find them online or check with us here at the world service office for a list of employers who overlook a criminal record in most cases. You'll hear about scholarships. It never harms you to have an education. But keep in mind this is not a guarantee you'll be handed a job.

You might have very real challenges you need to address such as a criminal record, being on probation, or even porn photos of yourself online creating havoc for you now. There are ways to get these photos taken down even if you've signed a model release.

For one, you can have your name trademarked. Then trademark your image. You can then go back and challenge those photos based on your trademark. Some clever members have changed their name legally. Thus their criminal records, or news clips about an arrest involving them, didn't show up when applying for a job.

Some have even been able to change their social security number if their past involved domestic abuse. It's also not as hard to expunge your criminal record as you might think. In Las Vegas for example, if you've stayed out of trouble for two years or more, there's a simple form you can fill out and give the court to have your records taken off the internet, and made almost impossible for someone to find doing a cursory job or housing search on you.

In other cities, we've had members go into the court with their sponsors, along with proof they're staying out of trouble, and successfully appealed to the court to expunge their records so they can get work licensing or degrees. I've rarely heard about us doing that. Most of us are used to a lifestyle where we've acted however we wanted, dressed how we wanted, talked how we wanted. Others of us have lived lives cowering in so much fear we're like an abused animal who has been chained up in the yard for too long.

Cliques are just a natural thing for most people especially in the work force. Which is why if you are out job hunting, I suggest you go a day early, or even a few hours earlier, and take a good look around at the people who work at this company you've set your sights on. How do they dress? What type of people do they hire? So do your homework.

I remember when I wanted to get work as a paralegal, most of them in the town I was in at that time all seemed to have the same kind of hair cut and color. I went down to the beauty salon and got that cut and color and had no problem finding good paying work. I also invested in a wardrobe which appeared to be a lot like the other women were wearing in law offices back then in that city. It's just human nature.

Can't afford a make-over? Talk to us as maybe we have a member whose a beautiful who can help you out. Ask ask ask ask and ye shall receive. All over this world right now people are making money in ways other than through sex work. In fact, most of the wealth in this world is not being generated by those working in the sex industry. I've heard of a lot of members who started up dog walking services.

One woman worked her way up to a dog grooming van. She'd pull up to the dog park daily and soon told me she was making more money grooming dogs than she made as a prostitute.

Having a lot more fun too. Maybe you can't get a job, or start your own company, because you've got damage or illness from your time in the sex industry. I know of one woman who was shot in the back with a 9mm trying to leave her pimp. That woman wasn't going to be able to get a job doing anything for some time. She was having trouble just walking from the bed to the bathroom.

For her, she needed to turn to disability services.

I know that I regret having had lunch with her many years ago. Jody apparently believes that I have some sort of power or control over the actions of others and that I am responsible for whatever they do to try to stop her from annoying them.

Gosh, I wish I had that power, but I am a disabled senior citizen now, taking care of my more disabled husband of nearly 40 years and I have no power over anyone. Perhaps Jody is projecting onto me the control she wants to have over anyone who contacts her for help or that she had over those who once worked for her when she was a madam.

I am so glad that when I was working I did not encounter her or work for her, or quite possibly I would have turned into an abolitionist myself. Anyway, I do have so many other more important things to do than to deal with Jody Williams and her lies, threats and attempted manipulation. Jody, the ball is in your court. Never contact me again. There were a few days where I was so lucky to not hear from our dear twisted Jody- it was wonderful! Unfortunately those moments of life without her harassing emails are few and far between.

Or is that another part of the delusion you seem to be living in lately? You violated my right to privacy by posting private emails of mine online without my permission. No one that I know of is using that name for their organization anyway, and as far as a domain name goes, she cannot trademark it, either.

This includes all sites conducting e-commerce and sites such as Yahoo. However, only some types of commercial domain names qualify for trademark protection. For instance, while domain names that use common or descriptive terms, such as healthanswers. Yes, dear Jody, you are a liar.

You think that you can intimidate people with your lies. Sorry dear, but we are on to you. Please do have your lawyer call me. Anyway, I am not the one who purchased the domain name for this site, and it is unlikely that you will be able to find out who did.

In any case, there is nothing you can do about it. I will not allow you to continue to threaten me privately, so every single message you send to me will be posted here. That is not a threat- it is a promise. And when I get the time and energy, I will upload all her messages and my responses to her, which show the pattern of cyberstalking and harassment.

This type of request in NOT apart of any legitimate 12 step program. Likewise, if any person associated with sexworkersanonymous. The person running sexworkersanonymous. She has on several occasions threatened those who have come to her for help with public exposure by publishing audio recordings of conversations. This recording and then exposure violates the spirit and letter of anonymity as proposed in 12 step groups. Anyone who reaches out for help from sexworkersanonymous will regret being forced into having their situation invaded by this apparently mentally unstable person.

Another violation of anonymity by sex workers anonymous is when they contact you via email and social media without your permission. Yet that is what Jody was stating in her latest rant to me after I have repeatedly requested that she stop contacting me. Apparently she believes that people who know me will find this outright lie to contain merit. The GALL of this woman is astounding. I found out I was right — my phone was being tapped and if I had let you say something like that on the tap you could have gone to jail sooner.

I was also trying to look out for you. You told me you knew these women and that if I wanted to keep working that I could do so without fear of being arrested by having them connect me to their regulars. You were talking about such things with me on the phone after I told you the phone was tapped. I had cautioned you that I had been followed back after having lunch with you, and the tap light went on my phone when you called me.

Yet you continued to talk about actively working in the business. You said these things on the phone after I had warned you everything around me was tapped. That scared the hell out of me. I was terrified to leave the house for fear I would be arrested for looking at a cop the wrong way. She thinks everyone is a madam because she was one. Really, Jody, you need to be more creative with your lies. Anyone who has anything to do with this woman for any reason ought to have a mental evaluation, if, after their first encounter with Jody, they continue to have anything to do with her.

This is very concerning under the circumstances. Jody will likely threaten this blog with a lawsuit. Jody forgets that we have a first amendment right to express our experiences and feelings. Are these people really helping? Or do they really only amount to parasites who are looking for ways to profit and personally benefit in some way, from the criminalization of sex workers? We would like to hear from you! The information provided here involves direct experience with Jody Williams, after people contacted her thru her site at sexworkersanonymous.

Jody has relentlessly attacked a number of people via social media and email. Content Let her own words speak for themselves People can say all sorts of things online. You got the persons attention alright.

July 13, Category: Uncategorized No Comments on Let her own words speak for themselves. Where's the "souvenirs" many serial killers keep? How many serial killers have you seen own a dog and living in their car? Tonight I was sitting here watching an episode of "Cops" in Las Vegas and it left me speechless. I saw a couple run out of a cab without paying.

Okay a crime, but a misdemeanor. They ran into their apartment. Now I'm confused about this because it's my understanding you can't enter private property without a warrant. I go and google this to see if the laws have changed and well apparently they have in Nevada. Seems anyone can enter your home any time they want in Nevada now in fact and a federal judge will dismiss your case if you complain about this. Not impossible at all to consider when you look at the number of Nevada officers who have stepped down out of office because of allegations of corruption or outright sex trafficking as we saw with Joohon David Lee.

On this "Cops" show, what prompted entering this apartment without a warrant was the accusation she'd "not paid for a cab". You've got someone who can enter into your home without a warrant is what you got. Seems a federal judge will even back them up. Now supposedly the cops can't enter your home without a warrant on a misdemeanor arrest. But I noticed on the "cops" show the one cop yelled "welfare check" when it entered. Running after someone who just stiffed a cab driver I don't think qualifies as a "welfare check" unless the cop suspected the African American male was kidnapping the white girl with him who ran into the apartment.

But between what I just saw on this "cops show", and reading about this case in Henderson which the judge then threw out of court - WOW. All the more reason why I left Nevada. When the protection of your private home is subject to the discretion of some cop not getting twerked off at you for some reason, any reason, then it's not safe for anyone.

If it's not safe to be in your own home minding your own business in Henderson, Nevada - then were is safe in Nevada? I bring this up because I want people to understand how sometimes a predator can get a badge and then decide to use that badge to force women to prostitute for him while taking their money and getting sexual access to this victim whenever he felt like it.

I've had it done to me by cops who were with the Beverly Hills and Van Nuys police when I was in my 20's, and from what I'm reading it's still happening to people such as Celeste Guap just to name one. From over 30 officers and 3 Chiefs of Police in fact.

That we know of so far also. She has supposedly said the sex was "consensual". I say "what else is she going to say when to say no would just piss of a cop and his buddies"? Things like this are why I left the sex industry, but I'm reading about a family in Henderson who was home minding their own business when these cops took over their home and falsely arrested them.

So this isn't about some "woman deserving it because she was a prostitute". We as people are supposed to be able to turn to the police for help - not assault. Until that day where anyone can call the police when being forced to have sex, as well as be trafficked, then our hotline is going to remain on. If you need help for any reason to leave sex work and can't call the authorities for help with your situation - know you can call us confidentially and we're not connected with law enforcement in any way.

Your call will not be sent to the police or authorities. Not without your express request any way. Celeste Guap , Christy Mack , Jessie foster , las vegas prostitutes murdered , las vegas rape victims , las vegas sex workers , Nevada sex trafficking.

Actually this is but a small part of a very deep spiritual principle. When we as individuals come into this program, we become part of the group. A wheel can travel much farther than a spoke alone. I used to look at it this way — you can go into a supermarket and see before you aisles of different sodas ranging from diet, diet caffeine free, sugar free, dye free, and so on and so on. No better, no less than puts others on level with us that can make us truly uncomfortable.

This is why we insist our meetings are open to anyone regardless of their gender, sexual identity, or even what they did in the sex industry itself. Who among us has the right to judge this line of distinction? What about those of us who were forced to recruit others into the industry by force or fear? Is it any better or worse if the fear was that of starvation than of a gun? Again, who is to decide where these lines are when we know the only one who can truly judge our hearts at the end of the day is not man.

But even this was challenged when the first African-Americans started coming to Alcoholics Anonymous back when segregation was actually still upheld and legal.

There was legitimate concerns allowing some of them to attend meetings could result in some meeting halls, or even homes, being burned down by racists. There is only ONE requirement for membership, and so long as you meet that requirement you're welcome here. This includes feeling our pain is somehow bigger than anyone else's too.

Remember while some of us are putting down that mother of three who is working at that fast food restaurant for minimum wage, she would rather work two of those jobs than to do the things we're doing. Something many of us have great confusion about being we're coming out of a world where everything's been all twisted upside down for us. The alcoholic has some instances where alcohol can be viewed as a social event taken for a celebration. The addict sees some drugs are used to save lives.

But there's no instance we can see where the sex industry is something positive for anyone involved. Once we had a woman call the hotline from a motel room. She'd paid for the night but didn't have money for another night while not having a job yet.

She was in the motel in the first place she said because she'd decided to quit prostitution, and as a result had also been evicted out of her apartment. The last cash she had went into the motel room and she was calling us asking to help her pay for the room. We asked her if she wanted us to pay for the room, or show her how to not solve her problems with prostitution.

She didn't understand the distinction. To pay for her room was not going to teach her how to get through life, and economic problems, without resorting to prostitution, or turning to other people to take care of her.

We assured her when the motel came to her in the morning asking her to leave, she had the legal right to refuse. The motel had to give her a 24 hour lock-out notice legally. During this time frame, we knew of a social services program she could go down to and ask them for help with a voucher which would take care of the motel while she either found work or got into public housing.

We responded we could show her how to get through this without resorting to going out on the corner to get cash to bail her out of this situation because we'd done this ourselves, and with other members, and knew we could help her get from point a to point b without turning a trick.

I had been illegally evicted once myself and literally in this position. I went to the manager and said I would be fighting the eviction while seeking assistance, but assured them they would be paid. They actually agreed to work with me so they got paid and I even stayed there for a few months until I was able to get into another apartment. Everyone won and I didn't relapse.

I also knew God would find me a solution — as long as I was willing to take that solution. Should we have paid her rent? If at the first sign of financial struggle she was willing to go back on the street corner, then this would have been money wasted. Doing this would have saved her nothing.

We're not here to hand out money. It's not in accordance with our 7 th tradition for one and doesn't teach her how to rely upon herself for her solutions. Should Alcoholics Anonymous offer to pay the rent to every member who drinks up their paycheck and then can't pay their landlord once the binge is over?

We didn't create the situation this woman was in. She hadn't called us for help when she made up her mind to quit the industry without a plan in place about her rent which got her evicted in the first place.

We weren't the ones who put her in a motel when we might have been able to let her stay with a member had she called our hotline sooner. Bailing someone out on their rent is not helping them leave the sex industry behind. Leaving the sex industry is going to require adjustments which also require humility in order to be able to do them. You might have to move into a cheaper apartment, turn in your car for a cheaper model, buy generics at the market, and make all kinds of adjustments while you're finding your way out.

These are the same things everyone else has gone through finding their way through life also. Maybe instead of stripping to pay for our tuition, maybe we need to be out asking for some grants, loans or scholarships. Social acceptability does not equate recovery with us anymore than our bank balance defines our recovery either. We're the same around here whether we arrive at the meeting on the bus or driving a Ferrari.

Something we've literally seen at our meetings by the way. That we've living the life God is having us surrender to.

It's why many treatment programs have new patients going out cleaning the bathroom floors with a toothbrush. Meaning until you can serve, you aren't ready to lead. The same holds true in all our affairs. Let's talk seriously about income now shall we? One of the most common mistakes those of us make upon quitting sex work is go out to the nearest fast food joint, or minimum wage job, and then try to get hired. I saw a lot of this in Las Vegas. Vegas is a town where there's a lot of jobs available for someone who is willing to be a maid, house cleaner, etc.

But go into the casino, motel, etc. You'll find many of them are minority women, older, without a lot of education. Hiring managers report they don't want to spend the time it takes to train someone only to have them leave in a few months.

So yes they'll hire people they think can't find work elsewhere who will stay loyal. Now if that fits your description, and this is what you want, great. If not, then move on. If you're not sure, ask. Call up some hiring people, employment agencies, personnel offices, and tell them you're job hunting and would they mind if you asked them a few questions.

Most won't mind at all. Ask them what they look for when hiring someone. Every region, every season, every industry, is different.

This is why I say when you're ready, start asking questions. This tells you to be sure to tone it down when going on an interview. Your sponsor can be of help to you. If not, ask us here at the main office. We have members who work with placing people in employment for a living.

There are members here who can help you write a resume, figure out what you want to do now you're out, help you figure out how to apply for a job, and pretty much whatever you need to get on your feet financially. You just need to talk to us. We even have a list of foundations who will invest in your starting up your own company, as well as scholarships available to those of us leaving the industry.

People hire professionals to help them find work so realize it's not always as easy as falling off a log to find an income in this world. I knew a woman who had been a stripper for a few years in Vegas. She was a beautiful woman. Tall, white, green eyes, lovely figure, and she was still young when she quit the sex industry.

After knocking on doors day after day for maid, cashier, even parking attendant jobs and getting nowhere, she realized her best bet was probably going to become a dealer. Her skills as a dancer came in very handy for her as a dealer in Las Vegas.

She knew how to handle difficult drunks, how to graciously hustle tips, even how to count money well. She was fine until the recession of hit. She'd gotten married, had a few kids, bought a house and the last thing she wanted to do was jeopardize all of that by going back to work as a stripper. So realize even if you get into a good job for a long time, there might come a change in our economy, or your personal life, which sets you right back on your hind legs all over again just like when you were new.

I told her the story I remembered in the Bible about the poor widow who was down to her last meal when the prophet showed up at her door asking for food.

All she could find was an empty vase. It suddenly filled with oil and he told her to go and sell this oil. No matter how much oil she sold, she still had more leftover to sell. She became a prosperous woman by selling the oil in this ever flowing vase. So I asked her to give me an idea about what kinds of things did she have in her life and her home we could draw upon for inspiration.

She told me she'd just invested in this ultra deluxe carpet cleaner she needed between the kids and the dogs in her new home. It was a very expensive professional cleaning model she'd just bought. This was also a very strong woman physically with a lot of ambition.

She knew smaller motels didn't have quite the same staff and resources as the larger hotels and they might appreciate someone who could offer them carpet cleaning without a lot of overhead costs. Next thing we know she's setting off to start knocking on doors on these smaller motels.

Going from motel to motel she soon got herself some contracts set up. When she didn't feel like working that day, she hired herself some day laborers to do the work for her. In her case, not making money as a dealer turned out to be a huge opportunity for her. We've seen over and over again where what's appeared to be a set-back actually was God opening up an opportunity for us we wouldn't have done otherwise.

She sure wouldn't have started knocking on motel room doors with a carpet cleaner had she not found she wasn't making any money as a dealer any longer. That doesn't just apply to those of us coming out of the sex industry or who may have been victims of sex trafficking.

Right now there is a shortage of jobs for everyone. I can't turn on a TV without hearing people with graduate degrees complaining about driving a cab to pay the rent. So welcome to the real world where everyone has to figure out a way to make a living without resorting to the sex industry to do so.

But also keep in mind there are companies who openly will hire someone with a criminal record. You can find them online or check with us here at the world service office for a list of employers who overlook a criminal record in most cases.

You'll hear about scholarships. It never harms you to have an education. But keep in mind this is not a guarantee you'll be handed a job. You might have very real challenges you need to address such as a criminal record, being on probation, or even porn photos of yourself online creating havoc for you now. There are ways to get these photos taken down even if you've signed a model release. For one, you can have your name trademarked.

Then trademark your image. You can then go back and challenge those photos based on your trademark. Some clever members have changed their name legally.

Thus their criminal records, or news clips about an arrest involving them, didn't show up when applying for a job. Some have even been able to change their social security number if their past involved domestic abuse. It's also not as hard to expunge your criminal record as you might think.

In Las Vegas for example, if you've stayed out of trouble for two years or more, there's a simple form you can fill out and give the court to have your records taken off the internet, and made almost impossible for someone to find doing a cursory job or housing search on you. In other cities, we've had members go into the court with their sponsors, along with proof they're staying out of trouble, and successfully appealed to the court to expunge their records so they can get work licensing or degrees.

I've rarely heard about us doing that. Most of us are used to a lifestyle where we've acted however we wanted, dressed how we wanted, talked how we wanted. Others of us have lived lives cowering in so much fear we're like an abused animal who has been chained up in the yard for too long.

Cliques are just a natural thing for most people especially in the work force. Which is why if you are out job hunting, I suggest you go a day early, or even a few hours earlier, and take a good look around at the people who work at this company you've set your sights on. How do they dress? What type of people do they hire? So do your homework. I remember when I wanted to get work as a paralegal, most of them in the town I was in at that time all seemed to have the same kind of hair cut and color.

I went down to the beauty salon and got that cut and color and had no problem finding good paying work. I also invested in a wardrobe which appeared to be a lot like the other women were wearing in law offices back then in that city.

It's just human nature. Can't afford a make-over? Talk to us as maybe we have a member whose a beautiful who can help you out. Ask ask ask ask and ye shall receive. All over this world right now people are making money in ways other than through sex work. In fact, most of the wealth in this world is not being generated by those working in the sex industry.

I've heard of a lot of members who started up dog walking services. One woman worked her way up to a dog grooming van. She'd pull up to the dog park daily and soon told me she was making more money grooming dogs than she made as a prostitute. Having a lot more fun too. Maybe you can't get a job, or start your own company, because you've got damage or illness from your time in the sex industry.

I know of one woman who was shot in the back with a 9mm trying to leave her pimp. That woman wasn't going to be able to get a job doing anything for some time. She was having trouble just walking from the bed to the bathroom. For her, she needed to turn to disability services. Since it takes time to apply for this, she then had to rely upon social services for a few months until they could arrange to get her a check coming in and housing.

People get disabled all the time and if you're having trouble getting yourself some aid, go and find someone in that area who is getting aid. Ask them how they got assistance. Maybe they have a name or a phone number of someone who can help you.

I got a a call a few days ago from a member of our program crying because she'd just been fired. As we talked more about it, she admitted she was talking on her cell phone repeatedly during work hours and in front of her supervisors. She had very large tattoos on her feet, arms and neck she wasn't covering up in an office environment. It's not that hard to wear long sleeves, a turtleneck, and boots or tights to cover up foot tattoos.

Well in all honesty she didn't. Being fired was her excuse to go back and turn a few tricks. It's like the alcoholic who blames his wife or his job for his drinking. Once he really gets sober he finds they're not the problem after all. That or without needing the resentment any longer they get removed from his life.

So get real with yourself about your desire to really leave the industry. You either want out or you don't. I can assure you the younger you are when you quit the better. There's nothing harder to try and accomplish than someone in their 60's trying to change their lives then. Figuring out how to support yourself financially is something everyone in this world does at some point.

It makes you part of society at large rather than being on the fringes. I myself after my stroke found myself suddenly flat on my back in bed unable to get out of it at risk of dying. I had rent to pay, a car payment, no health insurance, and a child to support.

I prayed, then found ways to support us during that difficult period. I even made a deal with the supermarket next door to give me their food they were going to throw out at midnight every night. There was a chicken place that at 10 pm when they were closing they'd also give me whatever they hadn't sold. I actually had more food than I could eat when I made this arrangement! I found myself giving the leftovers to the halfway house a few blocks over.

I took in a boarder who didn't want her abusive ex-husband to be able to trace where she was living. With the apartment in my name he couldn't find her. So my situation even became a blessing for others. My rent was coming due in a few days.

I had been working as a waitress anywhere that would hire me while also going to college working on my psychology degree. I had just turned 18 years of age and moved out into my own apartment. I was absolutely determined not to go back to my mother's house either.

After all the work I'd put into leaving my mother's house last thing I was going to do was admit defeat by returning home now with my tail between my legs broke and hungry. I had just been fired from just about every restaurant, bar and club in Los Angeles county and out of options.

I would sit on the couch while she went into the bedroom in exchange for being paid extra as a driver. From the couch, I was then paid extra to take off my top and just be nude while she performed the sex. After she got me comfortable being in the house, then being nude, then it was more money to have sexual contact.

Once I bought myself a beautiful new car, then I started thinking how nice a new wardrobe would be too. After the car and the clothing, I realized I had to have all new furniture too.

Then of course I had to raise up the money to pay for the four year college I'd be going to once I finished up at the community college. I added up how much money it would take me to finish paying for college, along with my living expenses once I got my degree, and then of course I reached that goal.

She worked out of her home so this of course meant I needed to buy a house nice enough for me to practice out of. Soon I had the money raised for my living expenses, tuition, even the house I wanted to live and practice out of once I got my degree.

I couldn't put the money into the bank because then the IRS would want to know where I was getting all this money from. I couldn't buy a house for cash because then I'd get the IRS wanting to know the source of all this money. I realized I would need to find a way to launder my cash or I'd never be able to spend it. This of course meant I needed to go rent myself an office, get a business license, and set up a phony business to launder the money through by paying myself a paycheck.

So of course now I had to raise more money to pay for this office, furnishing it, paying for the business license, the accountant, and all that stuff. Many women in the industry have pimps. They give all their money to him and focus on paying him to shut him up.

I didn't have a pimp. Then of course I had to buy something new again because I was now sitting on crates and an air mattress. The same with cars, furs, jewelry, etc. I realized I was like that addict chasing something I wasn't ever finding. That was a hard day. It was a hard day to realize I was now in this business because I wanted to be in this business. No wolf was at the door. No pimp was threatening to kick my ass. No cop was chasing me. No monkey on my back telling me I had to go use drugs.

No I was now a prostitute and I had absolutely no desire to stop any longer. I mean why on earth was I thinking about quitting? Hell I could go on and do this until my legs fell off and then I could madam once I was years old and in a wheel chair.

When I got too old to do any of this any longer I could go get myself a job as a madam at a legal brothel. I mean why would I ever quit? To me sex work was the greatest thing since sliced bread. This was a group based upon the idea if we had control over our bodies as women to get abortions, take birth control, etc. I mean wasn't control over my body to do with as I wished include selling it? I could sell my hair to a wig maker, my blood to a blood bank and even my eggs to a fertility clinic so why couldn't I sell sexual intercourse then if this was my vagina to do with as I wished?

I also wanted to improve the safety of sex workers because I thought it was absolutely insane how we couldn't call the police when we were being beaten and raped while a secretary or housewife could. I mean crack houses couldn't call the cops when they were robbed but why we were treated the same as crack dealers? This was what I told myself as I drove around in my Mercedes SL convertible, wearing my fox fur coat, my fingers stacked with gold jewelry, cruising into up into my driveway of my condo south of Ventura Boulevard a few houses down from Hollywood movie stars.

What was I thinking when thinking about ever quitting? One night I had a horrifying dream of me sitting on the top bunk in a womens' jail. I was wearing this forest green dress which looked no different than if someone had put a hole in a hefty bag and told me it was a dress. I could feel the cold cement and hear the clanging noises of a jail cell doors slamming behind me. I've had dreams like this my whole life and I knew what it meant. When I have these prophetic dreams which come true — they are always like Polaroid snapshots in color I'm looking at.

As I woke in a cold sweat from this dream I knew it was a warning of what was to come — I was about to be arrested. I phoned my mother and told her we needed to talk. We met in a Denny's because I knew she was going to freak out when I told her what I was about to tell her. I told her I'd had one of my prophetic dreams I was about to be arrested. This was why I believed I needed to just turn around now and walk away.

I certainly had enough cash stashed away at this point to well afford finishing school and start a whole new life so why not. This was as good as any other day to quit — and quit while I was ahead. I had no criminal record of convictions, I had my health, I had plenty of money so now was the time to quit while I was in the best possible position to quit.

My mother of course started bringing up things like I had six months left on my lease at the warehouse and if I broke that then I'd owe them all that rent. I had her car payments still left to pay and other things I'd bought her on time which hadn't been paid off yet.

There were ads I'd placed in magazines which weren't even due to come out yet for weeks that would be completely wasted if I walked away now. If I planned ahead I could probably even sell the business to someone.

What about the lease on her office? We'd also set up the first phone sex line I was aware of anywhere in the country for that matter. The phone lines of course ran on 30 day cycles so even if we pulled the plug things would contine on for at least another month.

The calls however were dependent upon the ads in the adult magazines remember this was before the internet and all my mom could do was talk about how much money I'd have to lose and shell out if I just walked away right then and there.

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