http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A47077-2003May12.html In face-to-face meetings set up by the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, prostitutes are telling their hard-knocks life stories to those same neighbors who once shooed them away, the Washington Post says. Their goal is to get society to focus less on criminal prosecution and more on solving the underlying problems that lead women to the streets in the first place: sexual abuse, drug dependency, poor job skills and low self-esteem. The . . .
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