What it's like to support the women who sell sex to survive on the North East's streets



Some of the vulnerable women selling sex to survive on the streets of the North East became trapped in a life of sexual exploitation aged as young as 13.
And after a life of abuse, it can be hard to accept support.
After new research shone a light of the hidden lives of sex workers in County Durham, we spoke to staff at Gateshead-based charity Changing Lives, who provide support for sex workers in the North East.
Laura McIntyre and Laura Seebohm told us about the slow, often heart-breaking process of reaching out to people who’ve become trapped in the sex trade, some of whom are selling... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 37
Source: Sunday Sun
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