Cabin Room, Nepal by Lisa Kristine

Cabin Room, Nepal

Sex slavery is rampant at cabin restaurants in Kathmandu.  Poor young people flock to the city, desperate for jobs, and end up in small restaurants with tiny, private rooms.  One cabin worker described it this way, "Nice people eat and go.  But those that are not nice, they try to abuse us."  Priya was enslaved in a restaurant for three years before being rescued by activists who helped her start a small business. 
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