Nicole Clark, producer of Cover Girl Culture, helps prevent child sex trafficking


“These values that I learned from the media, to seek beauty, popularity, maturity, and material things, led to low self-esteem and the misfortunate conclusion that sex appeal equaled self-value. These ideas colored the landscape of my intermediate and middle school experiences and ultimately led to depression, exploitation, and the lack of understanding personal boundaries and other basic rights.  The result? A perfectly seasoned victim for a sex trafficker.

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