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(Loren Holmes / Alaska Dispatch News) Amber Batts, photographed in her room at the Glenwood Center halfway house in Anchorage on Thursday, Nov. Batts pleaded guilty and was convicted of sex trafficking in 2015. Our conversations underscored what I heard from advocates and investigators: Many women involved in the sex trade come to it as victims of abuse and exploitation and, eventually, a few, like Amber, may become perpetrators of abuse or exploitation themselves.

But I was terrified: Raven was my age but so far ahead of me. She'd been dancing there during the summer for a year.

I was like, "Who's going to pay for a dance with She was such a tough bitch. I used most of it to pay some of the parking tickets, but spent a little on a hot new lipstick, too. One night, Mexican immigration busted the club and arrested the American girls who didn't have work visas. I told my family that I was going to be a showgirl in the wilderness.

I started using meth at 14—my parents were divorced, my grades and self-esteem were in the toilet, and my weight seemed like the one thing I could control.

Then my boyfriend and I broke up and I lost my job at a record store and my car was taken away because I had been driving on a suspended license, and I kept getting parking ticket after parking ticket. It was all happening at once: the boyfriend, the job, the car, the money. I went to the only person who could understand my situation: Raven*. We just I didn't see stripping as potentially dangerous. All that laughter and music and beautiful women…and the promise of cash.