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Our Lives To Fight For

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7 Responses to “Documentary”

  1. Cold North Wind December 5, 2010 at 9:25 PM #

    This is hugely important. If there is a way I can “help” , please let me know.

    • ourlivestofightfor December 5, 2010 at 9:35 PM #

      Thank you for your positive response! That’s all we could have hoped for and are incredibly thankful. One thing you can do to help is to get everyone you know to watch this!

      If there’s any constructive comments about how we could improve this documentary or for our tentative next one, that would be great too! We had to cut out a lot of important words from these wonderful interviewees. Thank you again,

      -from the members of Our Lives to Fight For

  2. Rory December 10, 2010 at 6:56 PM #

    Much needed film, thanks for doing this. Glad I saw it at the library.

  3. Gary Jarvis May 23, 2011 at 10:51 PM #

    This is one of the most powerful documents that I have viewed and listened to on the harsh realities of the sex trade.

    I urge anyone who is concerned about the impact that the sex trade has on women in Canada to watch this documentary.

    Women are being treated as commodities to be bought and sold and this film has a lot of detail to explain how that is happening. Please watch this film.

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