Silence no more.
Adira James has written a first-person account of her parents' trafficking her as very young child in the insanely lucrative child prostitution and pornography rings active in the Detroit suburbs in the seventies and eighties. Hers was not a childhood; it was torture and slavery and brainwashing at the hands of evil incarnate. That Adira survived with her sense of self in tact is a monumental achievement; publishing this memoir is her victory lap.
As painful as is this to read, please do not take a pass. Silence is complicit. No matter how abhorrent, evil must be exposed in order to defeat it.