Sex Workers For Choice: Recent Commentshttp://blog.sexworkersforchoice.orgQuick BlogcastTue, 06 Mar 2012 10:47:11 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough MorgensonThank you so much for sharing this info!<br /><br />xoM, 18 Jan 2012 16:47:32 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough think it's wonderful that these people prayed with you. That's very needed. But, I do agree that more is needed in these situations. <a href=""></a> -this is a message board for the surviving family/friends of murder victims. The majority of the members are survivors of this type. We provide support and information. <a href=""></a> is a group that also provides support and information. They have in-person support groups for survivors also. All survivors of murder victims are welcome. It isn't just for parents who have had their children murdered. I hope this info will help you., 12 Jan 2012 20:35:09 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough MorgensonLove you Sharon! I was thinking of you also when talking about those I admire to Lia. xoxo<br /><br />And I agree with you fully! Prayer is needed...prayer can help strengthen the inspiration, which then turns to motivation, and action. IMO, a good pastor emphasizes that also as a part of the "afterglow"(if you of a strong prayer service, but I guess when one person drops the ball, it can be the motivation for another to pick it up... ;-)<br /><br />Love you, and talk soon!<br /><br />xoM, 10 Jan 2012 14:33:21 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough Lia! <br />We should connect! We share a lot in common from what I can see! I've definitely been called "rogue" before, and a reverend...oh and I firmly believe that Jesus loves sex workers! <br /><br />@Megan, I understand your frustration. Prayer does not seem enough but it is the place to start and my prayer was that many would open their eyes to the horrible injustice being perpetrated on Detroit's sex industry and act! I would say that your call to action in this post is an answer to my prayer! There is more that can be done! I believe it starts with prayer and that we are then activated and equipped for service! <br /><br />Much love, <br />Sharon <3, 10 Jan 2012 12:56:08 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough you Lia! Anyone reading this that is interested in a sex worker friendly outlet for spiritual development, Lia's site is <a href=""></a> <br /><br />I admire the work you do Lia, and the work of others that helps allow spiritual growth within the sex industry (we can be spiritual AND be a sex worker too!). I was only introduced to the head of Eve's Angels in passing, so do not feel I know her well enough to start making suggestions directly, or know how she would take them...but if that opportunity presents itself, I will certainly pass along your info to her directly.<br /><br />Thank you again for all that you do! <br /><br />xoM, 09 Jan 2012 17:47:29 GMTComment on Prayer alone is not enough<span> </span>Megan, if you think they would be amenable to suggestions like this, you'd be welcome to give the org my information... I've been doing support and prayer for a long time, and I'm with you... prayer is good, but it's only the beginning., 09 Jan 2012 17:15:50 GMTComment on An open letter to Ashton Kutcher @aplusk MindgueApparently, Ashton Kutcher and his allies have forgotten the law of unintended consequences. Given the evils of sex trafficking, this is understandable. Most humans would and should react to stories of such trafficking with horror and a desire to prevent this evil. <br /><br />We might do well to remember the law of unintended consequences. Perhaps examples from history will remind us. Here is one. Prohibition produced Al Capone. What are some other examples?, 08 Jul 2011 11:01:43 GMTComment on OH S.B. 235: Support Anti-trafficking, but beware of broad scope of application Workers For ChoiceHi painter11-thank you for your comments and opinion.&nbsp; This bill was actually signed into law before the end of 2010, and did include revisions that avoided automatic designation that clients be considered traffickers unless evidence supports their knowledge and/or participation in that offense. <br /> <br /> Here is the bill that passed the OH Senate:<br /> <br />; <br /> <br /> Here is a news link to coverage of Gov. Strickland signing the bill into law:<br /> <br /><br /> <br /> Megan Morgenson, 17 Jan 2011 17:38:28 GMTComment on OH S.B. 235: Support Anti-trafficking, but beware of broad scope of application 11Good luck getting people behind this one. Though you make some VERY fascinating points, youre going to have to do more than bring up a few things that may be different than what weve already heard. What are trying to say here? What do you want us to think? It seems like you cant really get behind a unique thought. Anyway, thats just my opinion., 17 Jan 2011 08:15:59 GMTComment on OH S.B. 235: Support Anti-trafficking, but beware of broad scope of application is great news! Tiny steps forward., 21 Nov 2010 21:05:19 GMT