Basic Information | Prostitution | Trafficking | Pornography | Racism, Colonialism | Sex Buyers (“the demand”) | Pimps/Traffickers | Online Prostitution & Trafficking | False Distinction Between Prostitution & Trafficking | Health Impacts: Mental & Physical | Law and Policy | Pop Culture & Media Sexism | Children & Prostitution | Sex Self-Identity | Survivors’ View Blog | Traffic Jamming Blog

Captivity is mental

“There’s a lot of people that go through tremendous pain, and just because
you’re not chained up and you’re not locked in the basement doesn’t mean
you ain’t trapped. I know exactly what it feels like to be trapped in your own
mind, in your emotional mind and told “‘You can’t do anything about it, nobody will care about what you say.’ I had that happen to me – and it is the most worse-est feeling, to feel like nobody cares, nobody understands.” – Michelle Knight

Captivity for women is in large part psychological. Captivity in prostitution involves mental chains more than anything else.
Michelle Knight supports another woman’s account of how she was held captive, even though neighbors are “doubtful.”

Also read this article.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *