Waterside Productions Announces Alan Smyth and Jessica Midkiff's new book "MEN! Fight for ME"
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CARDIFF BY THE SEA, Calif. - Californer -- About the Book:

This book is for everyone, but with a primary emphasis on the male audience. Alan Smyth is the primary voice speaking man to man, while Jessica Midkiff provides expert testimony and insights throughout. The book contains a thorough breakdown of the various components of human trafficking. Alan also provides a strong challenge to all men everywhere regarding the role men play in the problem as well as the solution.

The book exposes the harsh realities facing vulnerable populations to these criminal enterprises and explores the transformative role of authentic masculinity.

Upon reading this book, men will open their eyes to how they knowingly and unknowingly participate in the dehumanization of women and children and how we can stand up to these horrors and transform the world.

About the Authors:

Authors Alan Smyth and Jessica Midkiff have both dedicated their lives to ending the plight of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Alan serves as the executive director for Saving Innocence, an anti-human trafficking, community-based organization focused on child victims of sex trafficking. You can learn more about Saving Innocence at www.savinginnocence.org.

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"I needed someone to fight for me" are words he heard directly from a survivor of sex trafficking which led him down the path to write this book. Alan's unique view into this tragedy has given him a backstage pass to the horrific exploitation of women and children.

This book is coauthored by Jessica Midkiff, herself a survivor of child trafficking. Jessica also works for Saving Innocence and is a true "lived experience expert." She has survived ten years of commercial, sexual exploitation as well as having spent over ten years of advocacy work helping victims escape and recover. Jessica was instrumental in piloting many of the programs still used today that help trafficking survivors exit the life. In 2015, she was recognized as "Woman of the Year" in Los Angeles County for her extraordinary work in the field.

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