MY SISTER shirts are a great way to share your convictions and to tell the world who you are. They’re also great conversation starters. Sexual exploitation and feminism can both be touchy topics, and a bit uncomfortable to bring up in a casual conversation (like when the stranger behind you at the coffee shop informs you that “traffic” is spelled incorrectly on your “Stop Traffick” tee). Here are a few of our best tips for having meaningful and positive exchanges:
Every survivor’s story is different. The month of January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, we’re using this time to educate the community about what a survivor endures, their path to breaking free, and how you can help. We will be sharing the stories of three survivors over the next three weeks. Each survivor has come forward with a unique experience and a different story, broken down into three parts: before, during, and after trafficking. One thing remains constant in each story, a trafficker used power and control to keep someone in the life. The women we are featuring were made to feel like products and not people, it needs to end. Read Jenny's story.