Dottie Laster, one of the nation’s leading experts on human trafficking, has been invited to appear on San Antonio Living morning show on Friday morning November 9, 10-11am Central time. Laster hopes that the viewing public will come away with a better understanding of the urgency of public education and that any minor engaging in commercial sex is a victim, not a criminal. She also wants viewers to be aware that there are laws to protect victims and that many families are being harmed by this crime.
Laster will talk about the epidemic of human trafficking, not only in her home town, but reaching across the globe. She will give viewers information about targeted areas, what to look for in your own neighborhoods, and what families can do to protect their children from the traffickers.
Dottie Laster and Laster Global Consulting provide project development, consultancy, and training resources in domestic and international trafficking. The strong multi-disciplinary team has an established track record of helping victims of trafficking and developing anti-trafficking programs with law enforcement, universities, faith-based, and non-profit organizations.
She has recently been featured in MORE Magazine’s October 2012 edition with a multi-page article by Mimi Swartz, Sex Trafficking’s Unlikely Angel outlining her involvement in the rescue and restoration of victims of trafficking.
To assist victims in their quest to become self-sufficient after their rescue, Laster created TRAFFICKED Designs, using designs and talents of former victims to make and sell a line of jewelry. Save One Soul (SOS) is the theme of all of the designs.
To bring Dottie Laster to your community or organization for training or presentation, please contact ImaginePublicity, Phone: 843.808.0859 Email: email@example.com
- Proposition 35 All Sex is now called Human Trafficking (bebopper76.wordpress.com)
- The Pandemic Otherwise Known as Human Trafficking…. (donnagore.com)
- Dottie Laster: Human Trafficking Victims Find New Opportunity with TRAFFICKED Designs (imaginepublicity.com)
- Sex Trafficking’s Unlikely Angel, Dottie Laster Featured in MORE Magazine’s October, 2012 Issue (antihumantraffickingnews.blogspot.com)
- Dottie Laster: Human Trafficking Victims Find New Opportunity with TRAFFICKED Designs (thesecretepidemic.wordpress.com)
- Sex-trafficking task force holding public hearing (sfgate.com)
- Caldwell to host anti-human trafficking forum (sfgate.com)
Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking, Sex Slavery is used by many groups as a attempt to outlaw all consensual adult prostitution around the world by saying that all women are victims even if they do it willing. This hurts any real victims because it labels all sex workers as victims. This is done by the media, aid groups, NGO’s, feminists, politicians, Government officials and religious organizations that receive funds from the government. There are very strong groups who promote that all adult women who have sex are victims even if they are willing, enjoy it and go out of there way to get it. These groups try to get the public to believe that no adult women in their right mind would ever go into the sex business unless she was forced to do so, weather she knew it or not. They say that 100% of all sex workers are trafficking victims.
They do this in order to label all men as sex offenders and wipe out all consensual prostitution. Which is what their real goal is. There is almost no one who challenges or questions them about their false beliefs. Therefore, the only voices you hear are of these extreme groups. These groups want to label all men as terrible sex offenders for seeing a willing adult sex worker. No one stands up to say this is foolish, the passive public says nothing.
These groups even say that all men who marry foreign women are terrible sex predators who take advantage of these “helpless foreign women wives”.
These groups believe that two adults having consensual sex in private should be outlawed. Since they believe that it is impossible for a man to have sex with a woman without abusing the woman in the process.
Very Good, Dottie! More exposure…more education and understanding… I may have some good news to share with you too!