Last year, LifeNews shared a story about a woman named Veronica (referred to as ‘Ana’) who escaped forced abortion by jumping out of the window at an abortion clinic. Veronica was a former sex worker trafficked from Albania.
Now we’ve learned about the woman and organization responsible for helping her afterward. The London Evening Standard reports that a psychotherapist, Pippa Hockton, began working with street prostitutes when a man came to her for counseling at the Royal Free in Hampstead. The man admitted that he liked to go out and knife street prostitutes, and while we never killed anyone, he enjoyed scaring them.
This motivated Hockon to volunteer at Maze Marigold, a center in Dalston that offers hot food and clean clothes for street-based workers. During her time there she worked with 35 prostitutes and came to realization that they were the most vulnerable women in all of London. Hockon said, “Every single one of them had been victims of child sex abuse, drug addiction and in many cases undiagnosed mental illness.”
But when the Maze Marigold Clinic shut down unexpectedly, Hockon decided to quit her full time job and created an organization called Street Talk. Over the last eight years, Street Talk has helped over 300 women. Of those women, one-third quit sex-working all together.
Veronica said, “When I came to Street Talk a year ago, I was suicidal and I didn’t want to talk about my life with anybody. MyStreet Talkcounselor, Francesca, was so friendly and patient and helped me open up, and my support worker, Charlotte, helped me get leave to remain in the UK which just came through so now I can legally stay!”
Although this case of sex trafficking occurred in London, the United States is a hub for predators who look to exploit women and girls. Oftentimes, these predators are hidden by the abortion industry. For example, a Colorado mom filed suit against Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood for failing to report her thirteen-year-old daughter’s sexual abuse.
While it isn’t news that Planned Parenthood ‘s number one priority is to sell more abortion, and that they have been involved in aiding abusers in the past, we must ask the question: How far will they go to sell abortion? The girl became pregnant after seven years of abuse by her stepfather, and instead of protecting her from a dangerous man; Planned Parenthood facilitated a secret abortion.
This lawsuit, nor reports of countless incidents at Planned Parenthood of illegal activity, has stopped them from their relentless agenda. This is why we must work to expose Planned Parenthood, and properly care for women who are abused and trafficked, just like Street Talk does in the United Kingdom.