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Couple Makes Fighting Child Prostitution A Lifelong Goal

August, 2016.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Children as young as 11 years old are being removed from Asian brothels through undercover work by a Colorado-based organization called The Exodus Road. CBS4’s Rick Sallinger spoke with Parker upon return from a recent trip asking, “When you go into a brothel, what do you do? What do you say?” Read More.

What It Takes to Rescue a Child Slave

January/February, 2014. 

Sarah sat nervously fiddling with the napkin in her hands. Lights flashed and music blared all around us. Next to Sarah, the brothel owner bartered her price. He offered my partner, an undercover national investigator, sex with Sarah at a premium because she was still considered “fresh.” We were in a Southeast Asian brothel commonly known as a “fishbowl”—a bar where women are lined up on stools or couches behind a large wall of glass windows. Read more