I am proud to say that by facing my trauma, it has cleared for the while.
I have always found that confronting my past works for me – though that is personal, and I would not suggest it for anyone else.
But I have the soul of a stubborn warrior who need to understand and confront pain.
I see my hidden essence like the Samurai in classic Japanese films, only willing to fight when pushed to their limit and only fight against forces of hate and sadism.
To be a true warrior, is to mainly walk away from violence especially violence that from a place of deep fear or inability to find justice.
To be a true warrior, is know what battles to fight – know many battles may be lost or bring about deep despair, but always to keep your eyes on the prize.
To be an abolitionist against the sex trade, that warrior is needed.
For to bring about abolition, great patience is needed whilst at the same time being willing to be ready for sudden action.
Another part of being a warrior is learning to able to be still enough to know deep grief, and see the reasons you have no choice but to fight.
A true warrior comes to the battle after the reality of pain, seeing unspeakable actions, knowing a sorrow that may not be repairable.
Part of the warrior spirit is to sat in stunned silence knowing how evil humans can be to other humans.
A true warrior is able to be racked with grief.
A true warrior can feel no hope, but somehow has the strength to keep going forward.
To be a true warrior is choose the hard path over the easy road.
To be a true is know how isolated you have been and will be – but also have the courage to seek out other warriors.
For no end of the sex trade, can be done by one woman – we must build an army of warriors who know grief and pain, but never let that stop the fight.
Each and every warrior in this war, carries the lives of those still embedded in the sex trade, we carry the many deaths and disappearances of the prostituted class.
We hold each and every person inside the sex trade as heroes, we remembered those we have lost with honour and deep respect.
Each warrior in the movement fight to end the hate, sadism and destruction of the prostituted’s humanity that are the foundations of every aspect of the sex trade.
We will never leave any prostitute to suffer – even one prostitute being raped or torture is one too many.
This is a war where our enemy see the prostituted as sub-humans.
How is possible to have respect for an enemy that viewed the prostituted class as throwaway sexual goods, has made it out that prostituted deserve no human rights – an enemy that create an invisible genocide by replacing the goods.
The sex trade, punters and supporters of the existence of the sex trade have created a world where millions of the prostituted are living in conditions of torture, living under the constant threat of violent death – and frame this as adult (male) entertainment.
Our suffering is just one huge joke to our enemy
So we must fight even if only to silence that laughter.