Prostitution, according to a $ex worker named Rochelle Grace (pseudonym), is a heavenly calling from God.
Portia Gabor, the host, and newscaster of a TV3 documentary interviewed a sex worker who related her tale of how she became a sex worker and some of the job’s adverse effects.
Rochell Grace informed Portia Gabor during the interview that being a prostitute is not easy.
She claimed that the task is a divine mandate.
“This job is a calling. If God doesn’t call you to do this work, you cannot do it. I don’t even know how it started. I just realized I was doing prostitution”.
Rochelle claims she has been a sex worker for ten years and has gotten nothing out of it.
She claimed that the streets had robbed her of everything, including her pride.
“The street has my pride and everything I own.” Everything has vanished. God will determine if I have anything left, but I don’t,” she explained.
Rochelle, who was exposed to prostitution by her friends, revealed that after ten years on the streets, she has nothing to show for her efforts.
Rochelle, on the other hand, told the interviewer that she intends to start her own business because she can no longer sell her body.
“In 10 years of abuse, I have nothing to show the world. Nothing, I simply have a lease and if I don’t pay it, I’ll be evicted. This is my room, there is no luggage here. Nothing, nothing to show for all the stress. My childhood desire was to be a lawyer or a CID but I never had the chance”, she added.