She sits in the corner, while her baby cries for her. She distracts herself by doubling her effort to attract customers. She is a sex worker brought into this world by a deceitful uncle. She is a sex worker betrayed by her father. She is a sex worker hoodwinked by a trusted friend. She is abused by her pimp, her clients, the police and by us. To me justice will look like something where the uncle, the father, the friend, is put behind bars, not ‘She,’ She is not the the bad woman, the dirty woman. She is a woman, just like you, just like me.