More often than not, women in the sex industry are judged as less than worthy of support. The reality is they are worthy and they are no different from you and I. They are mothers, daughters, and community members. They should not be judged based on the choices they’ve made. The hard reality is some are being sex trafficked and/or are still suffering from the effects of past sexual abuse. Hear what Jenny, the program director of the Cupcake Girls, had to say about her clients in the sex industry and the difficult journey they face.
Do you have a passion and an urge to make a huge difference in the world? Do you ever wonder what it takes? Me too! We interviewed the CEO of the Cupcake Girls, who is changing women’s lives in the sex industry! Check out her courage and passion to create a nonprofit that’s been running 8 years strong and continuing to make an impact in the world!
Jenny is the city director of the Cupcake Girls in Las Vegas. She is literally changing lives with cupcakes! Learn more about the Cupcake Girls !
Finding HumandKIND is at the largest adult entertainment awards show in the world! We had the pleasure of interviewing the Cupcake Girls to learn about what they do for all the adult performers. Check out these beautiful Cupcake ladies!
Hey Kind Humans! We’re in Yosemite National Park and excited to highlight the Cupcake Girls this month! These beautiful ladies provide nonjudgement support and holistic resources to women in the sex industry and those being sex trafficked. Stay tuned every Monday and Thursday for beautiful stories from these amazing women!
Hey Kind Humans! We’re traveling the country in our RV with our pups and cameras in tow, to inspire kindness and empower change! Two years ago, we followed our dreams and now we’re a nonprofit (eekkkk pinch me) with even bigger dreams! We’ll be posting beautiful interviews from passionate people, just like you! Join us as we make change TOGETHER!
“My mom, who has unbelievable courage and power, constantly pushes me beyond mediocrity. She always asks, ‘If you don’t have an education, who will hire you?’ My mother has been a wonderful part of my life. Without her, I’d be broken.” – Felicia is a temporary resident at the New York Foundling Crisis Nursery.
Each year, the New York Foundling serves over 27,000 children, youth and adults in need through efforts that strengthen families and communities and support each individual in reaching his or her potential. The organization’s Crisis Nursery, the only city-licensed emergency care facility of its kind, provides a safe and loving place for children to stay while parents respond to short-term crises that could otherwise turn into a disaster. Find how you can make a difference with the New York Foundling here.