You Might Not Agree With Her Profession But She Is Brave to Share Her Story

Many people across the Caribbean may be tired of women or even men walking selling their bodies for cash. Some say the problem has gotten worse over the years. But most of us don’t even know the stories of these people.

Untold Stories, a thought provoking TV programme, once again look at an issue that no one talks about.

Presenter Dale Elliott sit down and talk to one of the most popular prostitute in St Lucia.

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Whether, we call them prostitutes or tourism workers, they all have different stories.

You might ask why are they involved in this profession. On the surface, they say it was drugs, alcohol — a list of addictions that is way too long.

But there’s also fear, not having a place to sleep, abuse, a feeling of power and in some cases, rebellion and a need for love. And yes it could simply be the love of money or lack of opportunity.

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Tisha Ricketts
Born and raised in Freeport Bahamas, I am a lover of Caribbean life and all things equal. I believe that someday, the Caribbean will come together as one nation
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